Drawn Together with Madelaine Petsch and Mena MassoudOn January 17, 2020 by Raul Dinwiddie
-We’re almost out of time,
but I thought it’d be fun to play a little game together
before you go. Are y’all in?
-I’m in. -Let’s do it.
-Alright. It is time for “Drawn Together.” ♪♪ -Oh. [ Cheers and applause ] -Now, we usually play this game
with four people, and since Madelaine and I are
going to be on one team, obvs, let’s grab someone from the
audience to be Mena’s partner. Who wants to play with Mena? [ Cheers and applause ] Why don’t you come up
and join us? Come up, come up, come up.
Big round of applause. Round of applause.
[ Cheers and applause ] What is your name? Jasmine? Got it. Jasmine? What is it?
-Anuja. -Anuja. I love it.
And where are you from? Agrabah? Got it.
No, I’m kidding. -Michigan.
-Michigan. I love it. Give her a round of applause.
[ Cheers and applause ] Alright. So here’s how
we’re going to play. This game works
a lot like Pictionary, but on each team,
one partner will read the clues, and the other partner will have
to be their eyes and arms to draw the clues. Are you ready for this?
Our team will go first. I’ll read the clue.
I’ll put on the blindfold and then, Madelaine,
you’ll have 30 seconds to guess. -30 seconds?
-You two will be over here. -Alright.
-Okay, let me read the clue. Hold on. [ Chuckles ] Okay. Okay.
-Okay. -Here you go.
You ready to cuddle me, baby? -Born ready.
-Okay. Here we go.
DJ Daniel, start the time. Okay, draw a square,
like, a medium-sized square. In the square,
draw, like, a rectangle. -Okay.
-Okay, a rectangle. Inside the rectangle,
draw a circle. Okay. Now on either side of the
square, draw some just fluffs. Just fluff. A fluff. Just a fluff, fluff, fluff.
Inside. Fluff, fluff,
fluff, fluff, fluff. -On top of the square,
draw a triangle. -A triangle?
-A triangle. A triangle. -Oh, is it a house?
-Okay. And then draw a rectangle coming out of the triangle. -Oh, a little brick.
-Okay, yeah. And then fluffs
out of the rectangle. Fluffs. -What? Oh.
-Fluff, fluff. -Oh, yes, okay.
-Fluff, fluff, fluff. Okay, okay. Time, time. -That’s it.
-How’d I do? -Those were good. -Okay, okay. Come over here. So, okay, that’s not
what I anticipated, but — -Come on.
-What is that? -A house?
-A house! The house. [ Ding ]
That’s what’s up. Are you ready?
Look at this clue. You don’t look. You got to look
at the clue first. -Oh, okay, right.
-Yep, okay. There it is. Boom. -Okay. Alright. -There you go.
-Okay, okay. -Alright. Cuddle him up. Alright, DJ Daniel.
-Okay. -Let’s go. 30 seconds. -Okay, you’re going to draw
a rectangle, but it has a slight curve
on the bottom of the rectangle. -Okay.
-Okay? And then — So, there’s two of those. -Oh, okay.
-Okay, but it’s fine. Let’s just draw one.
Let’s draw one. And then put two — two circles
at the bottom of the rectangle where the curvy part is. -Uh-huh.
-Okay. And then you’re going to draw… -Five seconds.
-…another circle within the two circles. -Oh, okay. Uh-huh. -Okay.
-And that’s it. -You get —
-Time. [ Cheers and applause ] -Minimalist. Minimalist.
-Minimalism. -What — What is that?
-I’m going to guess it’s a car. -Aah! It’s close.
[ Buzzer ] A roller skate. -A roller skate!
-Okay. -I think that means that we win. [ Cheers and applause ] -We did good.
-That was so much fun. “A” for effort. “A” for effort.