Is It A Good Idea To Microwave A PS2?

Uploaded by JPizzle1122 on 14.09.2008

Jory: (making video game shooting sounds) I'm just playing games on my PS2! I'm Jory Caron, this is "Is it a Good Idea to Microwave This?"
Jory: (in British accents) We just lost shields, Captain, we just lost shields! It's goin' down! It's goin' into my microwave!
Jory: (to Jon) Were you filming that?
Jon: Yeah!
Jory: You were?
Jory: Is it a good idea to microwave this?
Let's find out! Here in the Jory Caron Laboratory, safety is our number-one concern. That's why we hide behind this giant tin foil shield.
It's to protect our nuts, and the mask is to protect our lungs, and the goggle is to protect our eyes. They're goggles, actually, I think...
Jon: What is this, show-and-tell?! Get to the experiment already! 10 00:00:50,294 --> 00:00:52,294Yeah, I know, I will. So, in we go!
We have these fans, to circulate the air, and, as always, our GE turntable microwave.
Jon: It's not a carousel microwave, 'cause that's copyrighted by another company that makes microwaves, Sharp!
We won't name names, though!
Jon: I just said it!
Jory: So, in goes the PS2, the mini-PS2.
Jon: It's a mini-PS2, with a PlayStation 2 controller. That's right- they're all going in there together! Because you know why? You can't play Grand Theft Auto 4, and really, to me, it's dead already!
Yeah, that's a good point. It's dead technology.
Jon: It really is!
Jory: Okay, so how long should I put it in there for?
Jory: Okay
Jon: PS2- translate!
Two minutes?
Jon: No, it's not long enough! PS2 minutes!
Jory: Four minutes. That's equivalent to a potato, by the way. That's how highly we think of the PS2- a potato!
Jon: Potato!
Jory: I'm goin'!
Jory: Oh! The controller's already lighting up.
Jon: That was quick! The controller is smoking. Jory, this is a no-smoking zone.
Jory:Y eah, this is true.30 00:01:52,579 --> 00:01:54,58 Jory: This is true.
Jon: Alright, it's just spinning around, it's got a little bit of spark, a little bit of smoke. This is always the recipe we see immediately before a gigantic flame-up.
I'm not gonna go out there yet, but I'm still gonna put on my mask.
Jon: Oh! Fire! We're so unamused by fire now, have you noticed that? We see things catch on fire so often, it's, like, "Oh, look, the PlayStation 2 is on fire..."
Jory: And you know why we're not amused by it? We're desensitized. You wanna know why?
Jon: Because our lungs are being burned?
Jory: No, because of video games! Isn't it a weird, like, catch-22?
Jon: I don't think it's gonna have a cheat code to get outta this one. Heh, heh, heh!
Jory: It's a Konami code. It's up-up-down-down-left-right-left-right-"B"-"A"-select-start.
Jon: Not a whole lot's happening. This is not as cool as the GameCube...
Jon: Oh, I spoke too soon! There's your fire.
Jory: Okay, so I'm gonna go ahead and turn this off.
Jon: Alright, we have fire, we can now turn it off. And, Jory, you go outside and narrate through it, I'll stay here.
Jory: Okay, I'm gonna go and put out this fire. First, I'm gonna put on a glove.
Jory: Oh! I don't need my gloves!
Jory: Okay, so...
Jon: Okay, so he has a wet paper towel there. Alright!
Jory: There we go!
Jon: Good work, Jory! He did it!
Jory: Ole! (in Boston accent) I'm a tosser, what can I say?
Jory: I hope you can hear that. I poured some water on there, and now, it's just poppin' and sizzlin'.
Jory: Oh! The controller has actually fused itself to the station.
Jon: Wow!
Jory: Yeah, that's pretty cool, isn't it?
Jon: That's unreal, dude!
Jory: It doesn't smell too hot!
Jon: That's crazy, dude! Look at that!
Jory: So, is it a good idea to still microwave a PS2?
Jon: If you have a PS3, it might be a cool way to get rid of it, but that looks pretty nasty!
Jory: Yeah, I wouldn't do it, if I were you.
Jon: Jory, how's the ergonomic grip on that controller now? Does it still work?
Jory: Dude, it's, like...
Jon: Wow! It literally is fused! Look at that! He's not holding it up at all, folks!
Jory: It's like a convenient carrying case now. So, that's it for "Is it a Good Idea to Microwave This?" I'm your host, Jory Caron.
*end credits play*
Jon: How's the air quality?
Jon: He can't hear me in there, it's very sad.
Jon: I have the headphones on with the camera, so, of course, I can hear everything he says. It's like an interesting one-way conversation.
Jory: Hope you can hear that...