She is LATE to the WEDDING!

She is LATE to the WEDDING!


(computer typing) (upbeat music) – It is go time. We are in San Diego right now for one of our best friend’s
weddings, Kenzi and Hanz. Lincoln and I were right over here about 15 minutes ago playing cornhole. Hans, who’s the groom, he comes walking by with all of his people and there’s Lincoln and me. We’re playing cornhole in our pajamas. So anyway, we’re totally running behind. But we’re doing okay, because
we just found the bride. (Dan hums) – Hello.
– Here’s all the girls. Look at these girls with their dresses. And there’s Kenzi right there. All right, we gotta go find this car. We’re driving there, so. Oh, hey. – [Leslie] You’re gonna make me cry. You look so beautiful. I wanna tell you. – Oh I love you so much. Don’t cry, don’t cry. – [Dan] Okay, no tears yet, mascara. Okay, Claire, we’ll see you over there. Are you throwing flowers? – No, I’m a bridesmaid. – [Dan] Okay, good job, good luck. Cuvier Park, whoa that’s cool. That is far. Meet driver there. Uber Black. This is Julie. I don’t know if you guys remember her, but she plays the violin. She’s Leslie’s sister, they’re like twins. – [Leslie] Love her. – That’s the nicest
compliment ever (laughs). She’s like Gwen Stefani. – Oh stop it. – This is where all the girls are going, in this black thing. We’re supposed to be at
the place before them. But here’s the problem, here’s our ride right here, and we’re all still here. – [Leslie] Stop, super
fast, Lincoln hop in back. – Are we gonna be the
rudest wedding people? – We are, we need to hurry. We need to hurry. She said don’t be earlier than two. – [Dan] Shouldn’t you be playing music before everybody gets there? – Correct. – Kenzi if you’re watching this, I’m sorry it’s all Leslie’s fault. – No, don’t say that. We are supposed to be there at two, which we will totally be. The wedding doesn’t start till three, so we have an hour. – It’s all her fault. – It’s not, please don’t say that because nothing’s happened yet. – Sorry Kenzi. – No. – Your special day. – She was not stressed
at all when she saw me. – Enjoy this beautiful B-roll, while we stress out the whole way there. (“Symphony Heartbeat
Instrumental” by Tape Machines) You first. Right now Leslie’s gonna say a few words just for Kenzi. – I haven’t prepared anything. I just gave the suggestion
to do it sometime, but Kenzi. I’ll start crying. I can’t even finish the sentence. – You’re so special. – I love Kenzi so much. Okay, so Kenzi joined our family when London was a year and a half. So she’s almost nine
now, so like eight years. It’s a really long time
that we’ve known her, and she was with our
family for multiple years. I had tons of work and a pretty demanding job, and she was like my best friend. She’d come into the house everyday, and she was sunshine. She was such sunshine. She would help with the kids and make me happy at the same time. – Oh no, I didn’t push record, start over. – The best person, truly
one of the kindest, most loving, most responsible people ever. She was 17 or 18, wasn’t she? I can’t. (Julie laughs) I’m sorry. I didn’t have time to prepare. – Kenzi, you’re sunshine. We all love you. You’re like a sister to everyone. – [Dan] Lincoln, tell us your
favorite moments of Kenzi. – [Leslie] Did they see you? – I don’t know. Yeah, they’re kind of waving at me. – [Dan] They’re like, it’s
Lincoln from What’s Inside. He’s waving at me. That’s it. – [Leslie] That’s it right
there, drop us right. – We found it. All right, thank you. – [Leslie] Thank you, thank you. – [Driver] Thank you very much. – Go Julie, go Lincoln. We’re so late, we’re so late, but we’re gonna do it. We found it. We found the wedding. There they are up top. Somehow we found our way to the front row. I really don’t know that
we belong to be here. I feel like family should be here. Kenzi, we didn’t mean
to steal the front row. – [Lincoln] We didn’t. – Hanz, I’m sorry if we
stole your family’s seats. – [Lincoln] There wasn’t
anywhere else to sit. – We got here too late,
so this is where we’re at. – I’m so nervous right now, I don’t know why I’m so nervous. – That’s Julie playing. (slow violin music) There’s the groom composing
his thoughts right now. Lincoln’s asking, why is
Hanz looking backwards? Because you’re not
supposed to see the bride until they’re walking down the aisle. (“Symphony Heartbeat” by Tape Machines) – To share all I am. – To share with you always all that I am. – And all that I need. – And all that I have. – For better or for worse. (crowd cheers) – This is wonderful. – [Dan] Is it Wonderful? – If I start talking about it, I’ll start crying. – [Dan] It’s okay, you can cry. – [Leslie] It was
beautiful and she’s happy. – You like that Lincoln? Congratulations, you guys did awesome. There’s an ice cream truck right above us. And right when it first started, there were people everywhere
just eating ice cream, Oakland Raider shirts,
just watching the wedding. (slow violin music) – [Leslie] Good job. – Thanks. – [Dan] Claire, good job. Are you nervous? Were you nervous? – Yeah. – [Dan] How was it being your first time being a flower girl? – Second time. – [Dan] Second? (upbeat violin music) – Dad, those birds are
gonna come attack you. – Whoa, that bird is right next to me. – Ice cream truck, wedding. That is such a big temptation. All right, we are leaving the wedding. We are the first to leave. Last to arrive, first to leave, that’s always Leslie’s policy. – She is my favorite person in the world other than my sister Julie. – [Julie] Oh, but she’s
right there with us. – Just above me. – No, I mean, no she’s, okay. She is one of my favorite people. – Truth hurts everybody. (sad music) This is our VLOG of a wedding. We’ve never really VLOG’d a wedding. And now we’re gonna go back to the hotel, show you our hotel. It’s actually a really, cool hotel. Welcome to our. Oh, it’s busy. This is our place, look at it. It’s like totally straight out of Hawaii. Oh, there’s a wedding here too. What, how are we gonna play cornhole? Oh, my voice. – [Lincoln] Yeah, I know. – [Dan] How are we gonna play cornhole with all these chairs? There’s a little Connect Four and a putting green right there, these funky looking trees everywhere. Look how tall that thing is. So did anybody bring a
key to the hotel room, that’s the question? – We thought you did. Oh maybe I did, maybe I did. – That lines pretty long in the lobby, so I hope you brought one.
– Oh my gosh, dang it. I don’t have one. Oh, housekeeping? Housekeeping. Housekeeping. – (laughs) New towels, toilet paper. – [Dan] Housekeeping, why did
you say it with an accent? – I didn’t, I said normal housekeeping. – [Dan] That’s so offensive. – I went up. It was not. I said housekeeping. – Housekeeping. – [Dan] Where you going buddy? – I’m coming to you. – [Dan] Why are you in such a hurry. – I’m just coming to you. – Next step is dinner. It should be fun. I’m hoping that there’s music and dancing, ’cause I’d really like
to see Lincoln out there busting a move on the dance floor. (dance music) You’re eating all their
cheese and crackers. (mumbles) – Oh, you got it. – This is me. The cow means I’m having cow for dinner. Julie is having fish. – I’m having stars. – I’m got cow. – [Dan] You’re getting the cow, ah yeah. – Salmon, always salmon. (crowd cheers) – Okay, so there’s this thing where if you hit the glasses, then the bride and groom have to kiss. Wait for him to take a big bite of food. Eat it buddy, put it in your big mouth. Just eat it and stop adoring her. Oh come on, oh no. Eat the steak. Eat your steak. Here we go.
(glass ringing) Yes, mission accomplished. (crowd cheers) (computer types) (water flowing) – I always love coming home, right? I would be at his house like, I just have this great life right now. – [Kenzi] What? (everyone laughs) (upbeat violin music) – I think they’re still there. I think they’re still watching. Nope, I think they’re still. – No, go back. Go to sleep. Go to bed or something, bye.

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