[ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -Hi, everyone! Welcome to “Ew!” I’m Sara,
and if you’re wondering, that’s S-A-R-A with no H,
’cause H’s are ew! [ Laughter ] Joining us today
is one of my BFFs. She moved away,
like, three years ago, but now she’s transferring
back to our school district. Look at this cute picture of us. [ Laughter ] It’s my best friend!
I haven’t seen her forever! Please welcome Addison Wyatt! [ Cheers and applause ] -O-M-G!
-O-M-G! [ Chuckles ] Addison! [ Cheers and applause ] I’ve got to say —
I have to say, you look really different. [ Laughter ] -Yeah, I had a little bit
of a growth spurt. [ Laughter ] [ Deep voice ] My mom says I’m
going through some changes. [ Laughter ] -I feel like you’re on
the advanced course. [ Laughter ] -Ew, I know. Cheerleading squad moved me
to the bottom of the pyramid. -You’re on the bottom row?! -I am the bottom row. [ Laughter ]
-Ew. -I know. The football team’s
like all trying to recruit me and stuff, and they were like — They were, at first, like,
“Why don’t you throw things?” And I was like,
“Ew, throwing things.” But like, now I totally love it.
I mean, watch this. [ Laughter ] -Ew! [ Laughter ] -Oops. I guess I’m stronger
than I thought. -Addison, now that you’re
back at school, have you been talking
to any boys lately? -[ Scoffs ] Yes! Check out this text convo with
my crush from homeroom, Braiden. Okay. Like, you be Braiden,
and I’ll be me. -Smiley face. [ Laughter ] -Ew, he totally likes you!
-Really? -Yeah, you’re crushing
this crush. -OMG, I totally am! -I know what — dance team
auditions are coming up. Do you want to practice
our routine? -Ew! Hit it! [ Laughter ] -♪ That’s right ♪ ♪ We out here drippin’
in finesse ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪ It don’t make no sense ♪ ♪ Out here drippin’ in finesse ♪ ♪ You know it, you know it ♪ ♪ We out here drippin’ in
finesse ♪ ♪ It don’t make no sense ♪ ♪ Out here drippin’ in finesse ♪ ♪ You know it, you know it ♪ -All right! [ Cheers and applause ] -Hey, girls! [ Laughter ] -Ew! That’s my stepdad, Gary! -Oh, please!
Stepdad Gary sounds so boring. Call me Stepdaddy G!
Words to your mother! [ Laughter ] Actually, don’t talk back
to your mother. It’s not a good idea. -Ew!
-Anyhoo, I heard you two listening
to the new Brian Mars. You know,
I loved his first single — ♪ A little bit of Monica
in my life ♪ ♪ A little bit of Erica
all the time ♪ -Ew, stop it. Stop it, Gary!
-Don’t worry, girls. The only mambo in my life
is your mother. -Ew!
-Ew! -That’s gross!
-All right, I just came downstairs
to say that your mother and I are upstairs
and we’re making our own sushi and we’re on a roll! You better scootch your toosh
if you want some of that sush! [ Laughter ] ♪ You take the rice
and the seaweed ♪ ♪ And you roll it up tight ♪ ♪ you add some fish from the sea
and you take a big bite ♪ ♪ Top it with some fish eggs
if you’re really bold ♪ ♪ But either way you eat it
raw and cold ♪ ♪ Ahi tuna, mackerel,
and fluke ♪ ♪ Better eat it quick
or you just might puke ♪ -Gary get out! Get out!
-All right! -Get out!
-All right. I’ll catch you two
on the flippity-flop! [ Cheers and applause ] -Okay, now it’s time
for the “Ew!” speed round. Here we go. Kites.
-Ew! [ Laughter ] -Bassoons.
-Ew. -John Cena! -Ew!
[ Cheers and applause ] -I think he’s cute.
-Too many muscles. [ Laughter ] -Steve Martin? -Cute. [ Laughter ] -Really? -He’s, like,
a really talented actor. [ Laughter ] You ever see, uh, “Planes,
Trains and Automobiles”? [ Laughter ] -“Planes, Trains
and Automobiles”? [ Laughter ] I’ve never heard of that one. Anyways, the last one, finally.
Olive Garden. -Ew!
-Really? But their slogan is, “When
you’re here, you’re family.” And Addison, when you’re here,
you’re family. -Ew! You’re like my sister, too. -Ew!
-Ew! [ Cheers and applause ] -I love you. That’s all the time
we have for “Ew!” I want to thank Addison
for joining me today. Tune in next week! Ew!
-Ew! [ Cheers and applause ]