Oats Studios – Volume 1 – Cooking With Bill: Sushi

Oats Studios – Volume 1 – Cooking With Bill: Sushi


[♪♪♪] [studio audience applauds] And welcome back. We are debuting the
new Magiblend 200, and this time, Bill is going
to show you something
truly amazing. Thanks, Karyn. Now, I know a lot of you
are sushi eaters, and for those of you
who don’t know what sushi is, it’s the latest
food craze from Japan. [audience oohs] Now, what would you say if I told you that
the Magiblend could prepare delicious
sushi for you? No! It certainly
can. Now, let’s say you want
some delicious salmon nigiri, or better yet,
you want a salmon roll. Well, you just
put your ingredients into the Magiblend 200… you can’t make sushi
without rice. That’s right. Seaweed… They eat the seaweed there. Isn’t that something? All right, I think
that will do it. And then you close the lid, and you press this button… [beeping] Someday, they’ll be
serving sushi on aeroplanes. No! Can you imagine? [beep]
-Wow! Just like that! Just like that. Delicious sushi. [audience oohs] [applause] [audience gasps] [clearing throat] These are Japanese cutlery
called “chopsticks,” and, uh, I’ll just use them
on this delicious sushi. [clearing throat] Do we have
some scissors, Karyn, that… can cut… cut hair? I see it. [clearing throat] All right! So, uh… it’s sushi, just like in Japan. [gagging] [belching] [retching] Oats!

100 thoughts on “Oats Studios – Volume 1 – Cooking With Bill: Sushi”

  1. The Magiblend isn't even special or scary it just puts hair in shut that's not even a good product and Bill is just a moron lmfao

  2. Oh God… This is a nightmare… But I love it… ^^ I will support Oats via Steam, as soon as I get my paycheck. Promised!

  3. He's obviously supposed to follow certain rules and cadences. Normalcy at all costs, for example, drawing no attention to the absurd or eldritch. Interesting. It's like he's under watch or guard and he knows it, he has to keep cool, and is most likely in some kind of limbo of repeating… scenarios.

  4. I really don't understand why he didn't just yank that chunk of hair out. Or try a piece that didn't have such a long end stuck to it.

  5. One thing is crystal clear, they are making some good movie like video but next you see something like this that really makes you question if they are really able to deliver anything.

  6. Fun fact: the actor of Bill is in reality a "Creature Artist" who did the "Facehugger" Design for Alien. Google it, it is super funny.

  7. This is so unsettling. Like it wasn’t straight up horror, but the woman’s expressions, the visuals of him trying to choke back the hair sushi (ugh!), and the tense, warped music combined with the flickering of the tape…

    I feel somehow cursed after viewing this. 10/10.

  8. So the magiblend is not a 3d food printer, it's a .. does it read the atomic content and have an inventory of common food dna codes AND common food recipes? It's like a atom reader and molecule builder for food

  9. OMG – Everyone of these is just classic!! I mean I eat shit tonnes of hair – who doesn't like to eat hair ??!?! Hahahah

  10. I've never heard of Oats Studios until today. I've been going through their content for the last hour and it's all amazing so far. These shorts remind me of the commercials from Paul Verhoeven's Robocop and Starship Troopers, ADAM has undertones of the Ghost In The Shell originals and District 9. I seriously can't wait to see and learn more about Oats Studios. My mind is racing as to where ADAM is going as well. ABSOLUTELY TOP TIER CONTENT!!!!

  11. Bruce Campbell would've murdered this role with a deadite dick. You listening Oats Studios he's got plenty of free time now. 🤣 🤣 🤣

  12. They are stuck doing this for some creature's amusement. Look at how Karen's body language is saying "Why are they doing this to us? I can't look." Also suspicious is the distortion when things go weird.

  13. I swear to god that video audio distortion when Bill and his co host notice the hair on the Sushi nearly made me think the Sushi itself was fully conscious… and in ceaseless agony

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