- March 17, 2015
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Metta World Peace: himself
Employee #1: Anthony Gioe
Employee #2: George Basil
Directors: Jack Bishop & Justin Nijm
Writers: Travis Helwig and Alex Richanbach
Producer: Dan Bernstein
DP: Scotty Field
Hair/MU: Taylor Tompkins
Wardrobe: Jordy Scheinberg
Production Design: Susie Mancini
Gaffer: Adam Bial
Key Grip: Charles Gibson
1st AC: Mike Ross
G/E swing: David Kitchner
Chris Bennett: Sound
Extra: Rashid Byrd
Extra: Vinita Khilnani
Extra: Diamond Artest
Extra: Sade Artest
Extra: Sheila Young
March 17, 2015
> Metta World Peace: It's March, and people are always asking
me, "Metta, what does your bracket look like?"
And I'm like, please don't talk to me while I'm watching my programs,
but today I'm going to walk you through Metta World Peace's guide
Or as I call it bracketology, which is a phrase that I invented just now.
When you're talking brackets there's no better place than a hardware store.
So we're here at Bill's Hardware in Van Nuys, California, to find the best
brackets. I'm having fun already.
First you gotta know what am I bracketing, a door, a cabinet,
a tiny cage to keep my beanie babies safe.
> Excuse me, are you Metta World Peace?
> You betcha.
> Oh my, you went to St. John's. We need help with our bracket.
> You came to the right place. What are your brackets for?
> Our office pool.
> Your office has a pool. What do you work at Google or something?
> Uh, no we work, here.
> Brackets are rarely used for pools. Just use tile or cement.
> Dude we're talking about basketball.
> This is a bigger bracket that's used for bigger things.
This is a smaller bracket used for smaller things.
This is cursed bracket. Never use a cursed bracket.
> Hi, can I help you with these brackets?
> No, I know everything there is to know about brackets.
> Oh, can you help me with mine then?
What do you got Kentucky or Duke?
> Neither. I just went to the doctor last month. The doctor said I don't
have anything, and I find it rude you would ask a complete stranger that question.
Doctor stuff is private. That's bracketology.
> Yeah, I think you misunderstood me, but either way, these
brackets don't go in this part of the store, so...
that bracket was cursed. Never touch a cursed bracket.
Well there you have it. That's all you need to know about brackets this month.
Now if you excuse me, I'm going to go watch the only sport event that matters in
March. The return of the MLS. Go Galaxy.