[OWL HOOTS] At least we’ve got some candy. [SCREAMS] We want to know how many
candies are in this jar? So we counted 70 gumballs
around the circumference here. There’s, like, the
big ones right here that are taking up a lot of space. Ah! [LAUGHS] I think we’re lost. No, we’re good. Between 900 and 1,500. I just felt that in my soul. Something was like, 1,500. 1,500. It’s just impossible. Then there’s, like,
itty little bitty guys down there that are so tiny. 100 right here. I think it’s 30,000. Because it’s solid. 1,000. I’m him. Do you see the candy? Why do you have an
accent all of the sudden? Let’s put our heads together. Think 100. What are we thinking? Why don’t you meet me
somewhere in the middle? – Let’s meet in the middle.
– 1,600. 1,647. Too many. [LAUGHS] 1,400. Too many. [LAUGHS] 1,024. 742, final answer. One thousand
eight hundred and– So wrong! I want to win. –twenty-four. I’m going to put 1,500. 2,113. Write it, 1 4 3 0. Be done with it. We’re wrong? Calum, stop crying. Do it! Should we– Just tell him. Someone’s got to bet a dollar. Wow. We’ve all been dying to know
how many candies are in this. And this skeleton literally
died to get the number. All right. Here we go. All right. The total candies
in the jar is 1,694. [RECORD SCRATCHING] 2,694. I’m reading! Hold on a second. How did you possibly
get that wrong? Please explain. I need to understand this. How did you get that wrong? The total number of candies
in this jar is 2,694 candies. Happy Halloween!