Happy “Satur-Kay,” everybody! Now listen, it’s
gifting season, and you know what that means: cookies! Kalen, we have no cookies. OK. Well, no cookies then. But I do have wrapping paper. Because today I’ll
be given five minutes to wrap three hidden
items that will be presented to me one by one. Now, I have no idea
what I’ll be wrapping, so Jesus take the wheel. Now let’s put some time on
the clock and get to it. [MUSIC PLAYING] Bring me the first gift. It’s already wrapped. You want me wrap it again? Oh, I got to lift it up. Let’s go. Oh my gosh. Oh, shoot! I’m going to do red. This is the original hat too. In the middle, great. I love that this has grid on it. Let me make sure that– You’ve got to come in halfway. There we go. Then you just do
that, and that’s how you go all the way down. You don’t even have
to cut all the way. Boom! See I’m a pro gift wrapper. Now we’re going to
take this middle apart. Let me get my Scotch tape. Boom. [MUSIC PLAYING] Little more. Oh shoot. Oh, I got to tape the middle. How much time has gone past? A minute thirty. Shoot, it’s not sticking,
it’s not sticking. OK. Done. I should have probably done
it the other way, shouldn’t I? Because then it would
have been more pretty because it was nice and flat. OK, anyway. Next one. (SINGING) Oh, Christmas
tree, oh, Christmas tree. I don’t know the
rest of the words. Something, something,
something, some. Something, something,
something, some. Oh, Christmas tree,
oh, Christmas tree. Da, da, da, da,
da, da, dun, dun. What the hell? What is this? Oh my gosh. Do I need to take
this out of here? [LAUGHING] Why do
we still have this? It was such a fail? Let’s see if this stuck. [LAUGHTER] That’s false. Here we go. Now let’s see here. Shoot. I’m going to set that down. Let’s go and do
the blue this time. I’m going to make the
length of the table. No, I need longer
than that, don’t I? Anyway. [MUSIC PLAYING] Two minutes left. Two minutes left total? Oh, Jesus. Oh, it came off! It don’t stick to the sand,
whatever this wood is. It’s not stickable. Done. Just present it like this. That’s good enough. I smell something. That smells good. I may want to eat that. What’s that? Or maybe that’s
just your perfume. I’m not eating this. That’s the Coca-Cola
salad thingy. That smells good. I may want to eat that. What’s that? I know exactly how I’m
going to wrap this. How much time I got? A minute thirty. I can do that. Let me show you how. [MUSIC PLAYING] Look, see. I knew that this was the
best way to wrap this, kind of like how you
wrap a basketball. I’m take this, and
I’m tight it around. That’s going to end
our gift wrapping. Then I’m going to make
it before the clock. This is the first time I’ve
ever been successful at Kalen against the clock. Boom. Come over here. Oh, shoot. Boom. Done. [LAUGHING] That’s the only
one that was successful. I would give this gift to Ellen
because it’s perfectly wrapped, and she deserves perfection. This one I wouldn’t even
give to my worst enemy. This one, I would give this
to my producer Janet because, yeah. [LAUGHTER] She deserves it. Now if you think that your gift
wrapping abilities are better than mine, then I want
you to record a video and send it to me. Because I want to see it. Maybe I’ll throw it in
a montage or something. Bye!