Formula D: Grace Helbig, Greg Benson, and Hannah Hart join Wil on TableTop Season 2 Ep. 1

Formula D: Grace Helbig, Greg Benson, and Hannah Hart join Wil on TableTop Season 2 Ep. 1

Formula D: Grace Helbig, Greg Benson, and Hannah Hart join Wil on TableTop

When I started gaming as a teenager– mumble, cough– years ago, most of the games I played let me imagine I was something awesome, like a dragon slayer or a superhero or a space ship. I’m not talking about being a guy inside a space ship. I’ve been a guy inside a space ship. It’s a little over-rated. I mean an actual space ship, which is awesome.

Today on “TableTop,” Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Greg Benson are here to play a game where we get to imagine we are something even more awesome than being a space ship. Today, we’re going to be freaking race car drivers in “Formula D.” Vroom. [MUSIC PLAYING] “Formula D” is a risk management dice racing game designed by Eric Randall and Laurent Lavaur.

We are race car drivers on a famous international course.

There are dozens of courses available. But today, we’re racing on the Monaco Grand Prix. We are playing with the advanced rules today, so all of our cars will be tricked out a little bit. Some will have better brakes, better suspension, maybe better transmission, cool antenna ball. And every driver is a different character that also has his or her own unique special ability.

Here’s the turn sequence. We will start with pole position. Choose a gear, and then roll the die associated with that gear. You have to move the number shown on the die. [CAR NOISE] Making noises is mandatory.

Now, what makes this game so much more than just rolling dice and seeing who gets the biggest number are these corners. You have to stop at least once in every corner on the track. If you don’t, you’re going too fast, and you will take damage to your tires, maybe your gear box, maybe your brakes.

Or worse, you might just wreck and be out of the race. When you are in a corner, you have to follow these arrows.

Today, we are doing one lap. First one across the finish line wins. Who will crash and burn, and who will get the checkered flag? Let’s find out in “Formula D.” GRACE HELBIG: My name is Grace Helbig, or Daily Grace, as I’m known on the internet.

I have a five day a week vlog web series called “Daily Grace.” GREG BENSON: I’m Greg Benson. My channel is called Mediocre Films. It’s all comedy videos. HANNAH HART: My name is Hannah Hart.

I do a web series on YouTube called “My Drunk Kitchen” wherein I get drunk and cook things in a kitchen. WIL WHEATON: Before we actually start the race, who are you today? GREG BENSON: My character is Julian “Frogger” Marcellin. And he is a pretty cool dude. May I hold this up?

WIL WHEATON: Yeah, sure. GREG BENSON: He’s a pretty cool dude. He’s a white guy with dreadlocks, so you know he’s cool. And he wears headphones, so he can’t hear you. WIL WHEATON: OK, now who’s driving the ambulance?

HANNAH HART: My character is (FRENCH ACCENT) Diane Montfort. GRACE HELBIG: Monfart? WIL WHEATON: Monfart? HANNAH HART: Oui, oui, Montfort. GREG BENSON: I thought I smelled something.

HANNAH HART: What the others don’t know about Diane Von Fartandfart is that she was born a brunette.

WIL WHEATON: I am playing (SPANISH ACCENT) Montoya Cadena. I do not always drive racing cars with my friends. But when I do, I usually come in last place. GRACE HELBIG: Ooh.

HANNAH HART: It’s great, and he’s got a nice butt for a chest. WIL WHEATON: I really do, right? GRACE HELBIG: Yeah, he’s got chest butt. WIL WHEATON: My chest butt is amazing. Grace, who are you?

GRACE HELBIG: Ooh, OK– I’m Derek Manson.

He’s a member of Mensa. And he’s just an all-around sensitive guy. WIL WHEATON: What’s the story of his tattoo? GRACE HELBIG: The tattoo is actually– it’s just dirt that has collected over time.

WIL WHEATON: In a pattern? GRACE HELBIG: Yeah. GREG BENSON: He never bathes? GRACE HELBIG: It’s a Rorschach test for all the people that he meets. GREG BENSON: I’ve got to say, this character is full of surprises.

GRACE HELBIG: He’s a trickster. He also is really big into magic. And he loves flan. WIL WHEATON: Wow. GRACE HELBIG: You could write chapters about this guy.

And he has. He has an autobiography in the works right now that he’s been writing since he was six years old. WIL WHEATON: Greg, you are in poll position and you will go first.

I’m assuming you’re going to start in first gear, like you do. GREG BENSON: I think I’ll start in first gear like cars like to do.

[MUSIC PLAYING] WIL WHEATON: Yeah, right, roll it. GREG BENSON: I’m going to go ahead and roll it here. HANNAH HART: That’s so like you. GREG BENSON: Oh, I got one. WIL WHEATON: It’s a one, the right way to move.

GREG BENSON: Let me just point out– this would be a terrible time for me to use the nitrous card. WIL WHEATON: It probably would. GREG BENSON: So I’m just going to move forward one.

And I think that’s all I’m doing right now. WIL WHEATON: Hannah, you are the white car.

HANNAH HART: (FRENCH ACCENT) Yet I will be the only one who makes this voice and does– yeah, that’s a good one. You know what? WIL WHEATON: You’re going to move forward one? HANNAH HART: I think I’m going to go forward one. GRACE HELBIG: You are a Pandora’s Box.

GREG BENSON: May I do it for you? HANNAH HART: Yes, please. I know this game pretty well. I played half of it once last night. GRACE HELBIG: OK, did we all hear that Derek Manson has two glass eyes?

So driving is his forte.

HANNAH HART: Blind man coming. GRACE HELBIG: An equal opportunity race– two. I’m going to move one and one. WIL WHEATON: No, danger die.

GRACE HELBIG: Danger die. [MUSIC PLAYING] WIL WHEATON: I’ll roll mine two times, because you’re Derek, and your magic skill with your glass eyes is making people roll twice. I’m really afraid of Grace because of her bruiser special ability. If we stay close to each other, sooner or later I’m bound to roll a one. All right, I’m upshifting.

GRACE HELBIG: Wait, what’s it sound like? WIL WHEATON: [CAR NOISE] And now I’m rolling.

What? A four. GRACE HELBIG: Four.

HANNAH HART: Stop it, just stop it. WIL WHEATON: That never happens. GRACE HELBIG: Oh please, there are magnets under this table. GREG BENSON: Oh, look at you go. All right, so you’re right here.

WIL WHEATON: [CAR NOISE] And now I’m going to danger die with you, Frogger. GREG BENSON: Yes you are. WIL WHEATON: I rolled an 11. GRACE HELBIG: Wow, make a wish. GREG BENSON: 20, OK– I think I can live with that.

GRACE HELBIG: Do we also need to note that Derek is a Capricorn? OK? OK, moving into second gear– ah, ah, ah. Go Derek, we can do it. Your mom believes in you, your two moms.

He is from a lesbian family. Three. HANNAH HART: No wonder he’s so emotionally balanced.

GRACE HELBIG: He really is. You would think he’s a Libra, but he’s not.

I’m going to go right down the middle– two, three. GREG BENSON: Wow, you’ve almost made it to the starting line. GRACE HELBIG: Yep– no, Derek takes his time. He’s meticulous, OK? HANNAH HART: Four.

GRACE HELBIG: Four, wow. HANNAH HART: You know what, put me straight forward four. GREG BENSON: Straight forward, that’s where you want to go. That puts you right there.


[MUSIC PLAYING] GREG BENSON: Come on now, come on with it. How about an eight? How about an eight, ladies and gentlemen? GRACE HELBIG: Oh my god, eight is company. GREG BENSON: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight– well, that puts me right at the front there.

So I’m just going to pop right up there. I think that’s a perfect place to be. HANNAH HART: I believe your car made no sounds, so we don’t even know if it moved. GREG BENSON: It’s a hybrid, and it’s in electric mode. WIL WHEATON: All right, I’m upshifting to third gear.

[CAR NOISES]. GRACE HELBIG: Ralph Nader would be so proud. Wow, that sounds like a car. WIL WHEATON: And– seven. GREG BENSON: That’s a safe place to be.

WIL WHEATON: [CAR NOISES] GREG BENSON: There’s no danger right there.

HANNAH HART: Hey Derek, your moms called. They believe in you. GRACE HELBIG: Great, let the moms know that his sleep apnea is under control, OK? WIL WHEATON: Shoot, I could have done a better thing.

I could have blocked Hannah. GRACE HELBIG: No regrets– drive fast and loose. That’s what Derek’s moms are always saying. Derek created his own form of sign language, and this is how it goes. That’s a six– one, two, three, four, five, six.

WIL WHEATON: There you go. GRACE HELBIG: Danger die. This is my favorite part of the game, because I really feel like there are consequences to this. HANNAH HART: Eight and deux. GREG BENSON: There’s not really a lot of danger involved in the danger die.

WIL WHEATON: Oh, you shouldn’t have said that. HANNAH HART: It’s a chocking hazard. WIL WHEATON: Do not mock– HANNAH HART: Ahh, danger. WIL WHEATON: Greg, you’re still in first place, so what are you going to do? GREG BENSON: I’m sorry, my name is Frogger.

WIL WHEATON: Excuse me, Frogger. GREG BENSON: Would you like to know how my character got the name “Frogger”? WIL WHEATON: How did you get the name “Frogger”? GREG BENSON: When he was in grade school, he had a pet frog.

And it passed away after only three days.

And he was upset for a long time. GRACE HELBIG: Oh my god. HANNAH HART: Did he love to play hopscotch? GREG BENSON: He did love to play hopscotch. I’m glad I took the time to tell that story.

Because that was fascinating. WIL WHEATON: It was. It was a good one. GREG BENSON: Full of comedy. [MUSIC PLAYING] GREG BENSON: We’re going to go ahead and live risky and shift right up– [CAR NOISES].

WIL WHEATON: Into fifth gear? GREG BENSON: Going to fifth gear. [INTERPOSING VOICES] HANNAH HART: We’re approaching lots of turns.

You’re crazy. You’re a madman.

GREG BENSON: I’m going nuts here, so– WIL WHEATON: Frogger, you’ve got to slow down. All right, roll. GREG BENSON: Here we go, here we go. 18 ain’t bad. HANNAH HART: Yeah, it is.

It’s real bad. You’re probably going to go through both of these. GREG BENSON: 16, 17, 18– that’s exactly where I want to go. Look how good I am. HANNAH HART: The luckiest duck, and your car moves silent like the night.

WIL WHEATON: Good luck getting from fifth gear to somehow stopping in this turn.

Somehow, you’ve got to stop down to eight. GREG BENSON: You just wait. WIL WHEATON: I am, I’m going to wait. OK, I’m up.

I’m also shifting up to fifth gear. HANNAH HART: Zut alors. WIL WHEATON: I know, I’m crazy. I’m crazy– here I go. GREG BENSON: (SINGING) Crazy for shifting.

WIL WHEATON: 14. [CAR NOISE]. GREG BENSON: Look at you playing it safe.

WIL WHEATON: Montoya is designed to be sort of a conservative driver. He’s got a lot of brakes, and sort of average tires.

But the really great thing that he has is this bonus nitrous boost. I get die plus three. So I’m going to play him conservatively. HANNAH HART: Here we go. Me-me-meow, me-me-meow– 13.

GRACE HELBIG: Oh my god. WIL WHEATON: 13 will put you right there. HANNAH HART: I’ll take it. I’ll do it. I’m going to go right here.

GREG BENSON: That’s a good place to be. WIL WHEATON: [CAR NOISE]. GREG BENSON: Yeah, you’re doing fine. GRACE HELBIG: (SINGING) Derek, we can do it together. 17.

GREG BENSON: Oh, 17 is pretty damn good. GRACE HELBIG: OK, 17. WIL WHEATON: [SINGING “DANGER ZONE” PARODY] And stop– music copyright. GREG BENSON: Can I just say I feel a one coming on here in this danger zone? WIL WHEATON: No, do you really?

GREG BENSON: I feel a one coming on.

WIL WHEATON: Greg thinks he’s calling it. GREG BENSON: Sometimes I’m slightly psychic. I’m 5% psychic. WIL WHEATON: Really?

HANNAH HART: 12. GRACE HELBIG: Friends! GREG BENSON: But now you have to roll again. GRACE HELBIG: You’ve got to roll twice. HANNAH HART: Why?

GRACE HELBIG: Because Derek has severe ADD. He doesn’t pay attention the first time. “Dice Twice”– he’s got it tattooed on his lower back. He’s got a couple tramp stamps. And also, he’s got a stamp collection that’s just all tramps.

HANNAH HART: All right, fine– 17. WIL WHEATON: All right, Derek. GREG BENSON: It’s got to be on this one, then. GRACE HELBIG: We can do it together. GREG BENSON: Here it comes.

GRACE HELBIG: 15. WIL WHEATON: There is technically a one. GREG BENSON: There’s the one right before the five. WIL WHEATON: It’s just, because of math, is not actually a one.

All right, Greg Benson– Frogger.

GREG BENSON: Did I ever tell you the real reason he got the nickname “Frogger”? GRACE HELBIG: I would love to know. GREG BENSON: When he was in grade school, in science class, they dissected a frog. And he was kind of indifferent about it. WIL WHEATON: Yeah– makes sense.

So it would follow him around for the rest of school. Yeah, sure– I get it. GREG BENSON: He didn’t really feel one way or the other. Here we go, here we go– seven or eight. HANNAH HART: That story was ribbit-ing.

GREG BENSON: Oh, keep them coming. Here we go– seven. Uh– can I just say, “uh”? Can I give you an “uh”? WIL WHEATON: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven.

GREG BENSON: That’s exactly where I need to go. WIL WHEATON: [CAR NOISES] GRACE HELBIG: Oh my god. GREG BENSON: Listen, Frogger is a masterful driver. I mean, the guy honestly just knows what he’s doing. WIL WHEATON: [DRUM SOUNDS] 11.

GREG BENSON: I told you that was a good move. HANNAH HART: I’m going to go ahead and stay in fifth. And I’m going to get my dice. GREG BENSON: I love it. GRACE HELBIG: You are Jenga Unchained.

HANNAH HART: Jenga Unch– GRACE HELBIG: You guys know me, you guys get me. HANNAH HART: 14. GREG BENSON: Uh oh. HANNAH HART: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12– ahh– 13, 14. GRACE HELBIG: Oh, you’re going to have to take– [MUSIC PLAYING] GRACE HELBIG: Can I just say that this town loves flash mobs.

WIL WHEATON: The reason that the principality of Monte Carlo is so incredibly rich is that their currency is based on flash mobs. GRACE HELBIG: Oh, we’re in Monte Carlo right now? WIL WHEATON: Yeah, we’re in Monaco. This is the Monaco Grand Prix. I’ve actually been to Monte Carlo.

I have actually been to Monaco. It is exactly like this. GREG BENSON: Do you know what I find ironic? That Monaco is not written out in the font Monaco. GRACE HELBIG: [GASP] WIL WHEATON: You’re absolutely right.

GREG BENSON: Yeah, it’s that way just to mess with you. It’s in some sort of script. HANNAH HART: I like this guy trying to get out of his boat situation right there. He’s like, if I just– three-point turn. GREG BENSON: Yeah, that’s bad planning.

WIL WHEATON: Yeah, I’ve never even noticed that. GRACE HELBIG: I don’t know anything about sailing, but I know that that’s not how a lot of ports happen, Monaco. Where is Monaco? Derek plays it safe.

We’re going to shift down.

Except if I get a seven, I am f’ed in the B. When Derek makes a choice, he doesn’t look back. He literally cannot turn his head. HANNAH HART: Man, what a drag. GRACE HELBIG: OK, and– 12.

Yeah, I think it’s good. I don’t know how to play this game– 10, 11, 12, Danger die. HANNAH HART: Double danger die. WIL WHEATON: So much danger dice. HANNAH HART: [LASER SOUNDS].

Danger, danger, danger, danger dice. GREG BENSON: OK, now I’m going to roll another 18. Oh, it’s an eight, OK, good. I don’t mind that Grace keeps challenging me with the danger die. Because there’s not a whole lot of danger so far in that die.

GRACE HELBIG: 13– danger die proves to be not exciting. [MUSIC PLAYING] WIL WHEATON: OK, so green– Frogger. GREG BENSON: Well, that’s Frogger. WIL WHEATON: Go. HANNAH HART: I really want to learn more about Frogger.

I just want to know why that’s his name. GREG BENSON: Did I ever tell you how Frogger got his nickname? WIL WHEATON: No, how did that happen? GREG BENSON: Oh, it’s a fascinating story.

When he was in grade school, he used to watch reruns of “Happy Days.

” And his favorite character was Fonzie. WIL WHEATON: Right? GREG BENSON: Yeah. OK, so I’m going to go ahead. And Frogger is slightly crazy, so he’s going to shift up to third.

What? That’s crazy. [CAR NOISES]. What’s going to happen? GRACE HELBIG: Seven.

GREG BENSON: Oh, that’s a little high, isn’t it? WIL WHEATON: That’s bad. You have to eat two tires. GREG BENSON: No, I’m doing it. He’s doing it.

WIL WHEATON: How many tires does he have? GREG BENSON: He’s a bad-ass. He’s got eight.

So you know what? Give them to me.

I’ll move right on up there, and I’m taking that tire damage. WIL WHEATON: I do not want to be in [BLEEP] second gear. So my choices are either go into second gear, or probably blow up coming out of this turn. I cannot risk it. I can’t risk it.

HANNAH HART: Oh yeah, shifted down. WIL WHEATON: I hate it. GREG BENSON: Oh boy. HANNAH HART: Ooh, and you hit your own car. WIL WHEATON: No, that’s fine though.

It puts me right there. GRACE HELBIG: [GASP] So what happens? WIL WHEATON: No, that’s good. That’s my third stop there. It just means that I come out of this turn already in second gear.

GRACE HELBIG: Oh, that’s a bummer. WIL WHEATON: And I really, really, really didn’t want to do that. This sucks. I’m out of this race forever.

GRACE HELBIG: Derek, we can do it together– nine.

Eight, nine. Yep. Danger die. WIL WHEATON: [SINGING] HANNAH HART: [SINGING] So it’s your turn, right? Because you’re in the lead.

GREG BENSON: Frogger’s up again. WIL WHEATON: Yup, what’s Frogger doing? GREG BENSON: Speaking of Frogger, did I ever tell you how Frogger got his nickname? GRACE HELBIG: No, you didn’t tell us that yet. Tell us.

GREG BENSON: It’s a fascinating story. When he was in grade school, he thought, you know what might be a pretty good nickname? Frogger.

HANNAH HART: I like it. GRACE HELBIG: How many grades were in this grade school?

GREG BENSON: It was an unusual grade school. There were over 21 grades. Yeah, that’s a lot of grades. GRACE HELBIG: How old is Frogger? GREG BENSON: There’s really no telling, because he was held back then pushed forward.

GRACE HELBIG: Well, he uses a great eye cream, because he looks like he’s not a day over 12. HANNAH HART: It doesn’t look like he’s degrading at all. GREG BENSON: You know– ohh. HANNAH HART: He’s not leaving grade school. WIL WHEATON: You schooled him.

HANNAH HART: Woo. WIL WHEATON: Aah. GRACE HELBIG: Ahh, pencil box. WIL WHEATON: What? Grace, come on.

Have some class. HANNAH HART: Boom, boom– sorry. Oh, yeah, yeah– WIL WHEATON: Yeah, OK good.

GRACE HELBIG: Why am I here? GREG BENSON: So as you all know, Frogger’s a risk taker.

He’s shifting up to fifth gear, because he doesn’t care. WIL WHEATON: What? You’re crazy. GREG BENSON: He doesn’t care. HANNAH HART: That’s right.

GREG BENSON: He’s going nuts. WIL WHEATON: Frogger, you’re nuts. GREG BENSON: Living on the edge. HANNAH HART: That’s real, real good. GREG BENSON: [CREAKING].

GRACE HELBIG: Oh my god, oh my god. Oh my god. GREG BENSON: That’s a weird sound, but that’s what happens when he switches to fifth. He’s rolling, and he rolls a– that’s a 14, ladies and gentlemen. GRACE HELBIG: Get out of Monaco.

WIL WHEATON: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14– what gear are you in? GREG BENSON: Yeah, but guess what? WIL WHEATON: I know what’s going to happen. GREG BENSON: He says, hey, look what I got. I got some nitrous.

HANNAH HART: But you have to stop once.

GRACE HELBIG: You have to stop once. GREG BENSON: Yeah, I’ll stop in there. WIL WHEATON: One, two, three, four, five. GREG BENSON: That’s where it’s putting me.

That’s where I’m going. Have my nitrous. HANNAH HART: Oh my god. GREG BENSON: I’m putting it right there. WIL WHEATON: Make the nitrous noise.

[CAR NOISES]. Oh right– nitrous. GREG BENSON: There’s no reason to hang onto that nitrous. It’s not like I’m going to need it at the end of the game or anything. GRACE HELBIG: Derek loves Jackson Pollock.

And he loves cooking. And every September 27, he would host a party called the Jackson Potluck. So let’s go into fifth gear. WIL WHEATON: He never invited Montoya. That’s the whole reason Montoya’s in this race.

The reason that Montoya has the extra nitrous boost that no one else has is that he is the sole heir to the nitrous fortune.

And it is his birthright. HANNAH HART: I’m going to stay in fifth gear– 13. GRACE HELBIG: Oh. GREG BENSON: Whoa.

HANNAH HART: Welcome. GREG BENSON: Oh, and my goodness, you’ve totally danger die-d me. GRACE HELBIG: Someone’s got to get a one, or else this danger dice was the worst part of the– you can’t do that. It was a one. HANNAH HART: I touched it though.

WIL WHEATON: It doesn’t matter. It was a one. It doesn’t matter. GRACE HELBIG: This is fate. HANNAH HART: OK, but if it hadn’t been a one– if it had been a 19– would you guys make me re-roll it?

GRACE HELBIG: Slomo replay. GREG BENSON: No, because it stopped. She got a one? WIL WHEATON: Yeah, it finally happened. GRACE HELBIG: She got a one.

But if she ties, she breaks all ties. GREG BENSON: I got a five. GRACE HELBIG: So what happens? I don’t even know the consequences of this. WIL WHEATON: It doesn’t even matter, dude.

He’s got three freaking chassis. So you take one of those.

GRACE HELBIG: Oh, this is what I’ve been waiting for this whole game? WIL WHEATON: It’s really bad if it happens to me. Go Grace, you’re up.

GRACE HELBIG: OK, Derek spends his afternoon working as a volunteer crossing guard. Let’s do this. HANNAH HART: That’s dangerous for the children. GRACE HELBIG: Shh, no one’s told him that he’s just standing in the middle of a park, OK? Keep it down.

[MUSIC PLAYING] GREG BENSON: Third gear– yeah. He’s going to stay in third gear, because what the hey. Let’s take some chances. Five is good. Five puts him right there.

WIL WHEATON: Oh my god. HANNAH HART: Wow, that was perfect– second only to my equally perfect move in third gear of six. GREG BENSON: You want to go there? HANNAH HART: Yep, I want to go there. GREG BENSON: That’s where you go.

HANNAH HART: That’s what I’m doing. GRACE HELBIG: Derek only has testicles. And go– seven.

Six, seven. WIL WHEATON: Oh, so much danger dice happening.

GRACE HELBIG: Yeah, I don’t give a anything. GREG BENSON: Yeah, but let me just point out– you’re going to be a little screwed. Because you have to stop twice in here. GRACE HELBIG: Frogger, you’ve got white dreads. GREG BENSON: OK, I’m just saying.

HANNAH HART: Boom, I rolled mine– three. I rolled again– two. GREG BENSON: Oh OK, and I have to do twice? GRACE HELBIG: Yes, because ADD. GREG BENSON: That’s a three.

WIL WHEATON: And again. GRACE HELBIG: Whoa, it’s a one– white dreads, white dreads, white dreads. GREG BENSON: That’s this guy here, right? WIL WHEATON: Yep, you’re going to lose one of those– kapow. If she hits you again, you blow up and you die.

GRACE HELBIG: That’s how it’s done, South Jersey style, gang signs– Frogger. GREG BENSON: There we go. That is an eight. That’s not bad at all. I like it a lot.

GRACE HELBIG: He likes it. Remember that Enrique Iglesias song? Rest in peace, Enrique Iglesias.

GREG BENSON: Oh, come on now. HANNAH HART: No, he’s not.

I still have my nitrous. GREG BENSON: Oh man. HANNAH HART: And you have zero. GREG BENSON: Do I regret using my nitrous? Why would I regret that?

WIL WHEATON: It was a super great strategy having a guy who’s built around using nitrous to push himself ahead of everyone else, and then never using the nitrous. HANNAH HART: Fourth gear– dun-dun da-down. Nine. GREG BENSON: Nine, right? WIL WHEATON: I can’t see from here.

Is that a danger die situation? GRACE HELBIG: Yes it is. GREG BENSON: That’s what you call a danger die situation. WIL WHEATON: [SINGING] GREG BENSON: 12. Thank you, Elvis.

GRACE HELBIG: You are dangerously close. WIL WHEATON: All right, OK, Grace. GREG BENSON: What, really? GRACE HELBIG: OK, I’m go to– Derek has never had a surprise party. Yeah, I’m going to shift back into first gear, because this is not a smart idea– one.

HANNAH HART: You did it, Grace. GRACE HELBIG: Yay, one. GREG BENSON: That’s amazing. GRACE HELBIG: Thank you. WIL WHEATON: Fourth gear– roll me a seven.

Roll me a seven. It’s statistically unlikely. Here comes a seven. [CHEERING] WIL WHEATON: Yes. Five, six, seven.

GRACE HELBIG: Oh my god. GREG BENSON: Amazing. HANNAH HART: All right, Greg. Here you go, buddy. GREG BENSON: Last corner, Hannah and I neck at neck– neck in neck?

Neck and neck– is it neck in neck or and neck? GRACE HELBIG: Coming out of that last corner, Greg and Hannah were neck and neck, or so I’ve been told. I was looking at the boats a lot of the game. HANNAH HART: I can taste that finish line. And it tastes like cardboard.

Go for it. GREG BENSON: Frogger. HANNAH HART: Do what you’re going to do. GREG BENSON: Nickname, blah, blah, blah– OK, here he goes. [CAR NOISE] We’re in fifth gear.

All right, here we go, come on big numbers– 17. WIL WHEATON: I think you just won.

GREG BENSON: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. HANNAH HART: Yes, yes, yes. OK, OK.

GRACE HELBIG: This is the– GREG BENSON: Oh, just a little– if I could just– never do this to a guy. HANNAH HART: All right, and them I’m going to roll. GREG BENSON: An 11, right? You’re going to roll an 11? HANNAH HART: And then I’m going to use my nitrous.

GREG BENSON: Don’t you roll bigger than an 11. HANNAH HART: 18. GREG BENSON: Oh no! WIL WHEATON: Go, go Hannah, go, go, go. HANNAH HART: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.

WIL WHEATON: Nitrous. HANNAH HART: [CAR NOISES] Victory lap. WIL WHEATON: Oh look, and you got to have your boat party. [MUSIC PLAYING] GREG BENSON: Oh, do you need a hug? OK, all right, you should go get one.

You should go get one from people who care. WIL WHEATON: Really, are the hugs guys outside? GRACE HELBIG: Those are just people with arms. GREG BENSON: Yeah, we’re busy. I mean, I’m doing this already.

And my other one is– I’ve got an itch here. GRACE HELBIG: Yeah, and I’m just like, sometimes I just need it for balance over here.

WIL WHEATON: All right, I’m going to go give Hannah her award and leave. GRACE HELBIG: Before you give it to Hannah– WIL WHEATON: No I’m leaving now. I’m leaving.

GRACE HELBIG: I’m not looking. I have forgotten everything about– GREG BENSON: He’s going, he’s going, it’s cool. Shh, it’s OK. WIL WHEATON: Well, I don’t know where Hannah is, but I guess we should bring in the wall of victory. HANNAH HART: Hello.

WIL WHEATON: Hannah Hart.

HANNAH HART: Wil Wheaton. WIL WHEATON: What are you doing here? HANNAH HART: Winning. WIL WHEATON: I have a certificate of awesome for you to have to take home with you as proof of your “TableTop” victory, and it looks just like this.

HANNAH HART: Oh whoa, it’s beautiful. It’s everything I’ve ever wanted. WIL WHEATON: And I also have this that I dropped on the ground– what? HANNAH HART: What? Oh, it’s perfect.

It’s got a martini glass and a little refrigerator. WIL WHEATON: I know, because I love your show so much. It’s my favorite. HANNAH HART: And I love your show, because it raises my self-esteem. WIL WHEATON: Well, someday maybe it’ll raise mine.

Hannah, why don’t you go ahead and make a victory speech to the camera. HANNAH HART: You know what? It takes a lot to be a champion. But it takes even more to be such a graceful, graceful loser. WIL WHEATON: I have a lot of experience.

It’s something I’m good at.

HANNAH HART: I would like to dedicate my award to you for being such a great guy. WIL WHEATON: Aww, thank you. HANNAH HART: Just being so wonderful. WIL WHEATON: OK, watch us next time on “TableTop.


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