[laughter] Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! [ambient crowd noise] Mary Jane: Awe! Merry Christmas! Spider-Sean: Yeah! Merry Christmas! Off Camera: Can I get your picture with Spider-Man? Kid: Yes! [ ♪ ♪ ] [ ♪ ♪ ] [ ♪ music fades ♪ ] Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! Spider-Man! Yay! [laughter] Black Cat: …Spider-Man? Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! Black Cat: Do you want to take this Spider-Man home with you? Parents: Wow! Black Cat: He’s all yours! I just… [ ♪ ♪ ] [ ♪ ♪ ] Girl: OH!Thank you! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! [ ♪ ♪ ] Girl: Oh! Oh! [Black Cat yelps]
[laughter off camera] [shriek]
Mary Jane: Run! Run! Faster! [laughter off camera] [ ♪ ♪ ] Spider-Man: For you! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! [laughter] [laughter] Mary Jane: High-Five? Mary Jane: Yes! Mary Jane: Can I have a high-five? [laughter] Mary Jane: Can I have a high-five? [ambient crowd noise] Off Camera: Awwee! [laughter] Black Cat: That’s for you to take home! [ ♪ ♪ ] [ ♪ ♪ ] Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! Spider-Man: High-five!
Mary Jane: High-five! Mary Jane: High-five! Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas!
Kid: Thank you! [laughter] Merry Christmas! Mary Jane: Hi! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! Parent: Oh my gosh! [laughter] Mary Jane: Yeahh! Parents: Get in there! Parents: Oh, that’s amazing! Mary Jane: For you!
Black Cat: For you! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! Parent: Really? Parent: Thank you very much! Spider-Man: Yeah! No problem! Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! Mary Jane: There’s one more! We have one for you! Black Cat; You can be Spider-Man himself! [ ♪ ♪ ] Mary Jane: Awe, there you go! Mary Jane: Budding Spider-Man fan! [ ♪ ♪ ] Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! [laughter] Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! Mary Jane: Merry Christmas! [laughter] Spider-Man: Got a toy for ya, there. Spider-Man: Enjoy the toys? Black Cat: You want it? Parent: That’s for you! Black Cat: All for you. Now you can be Spider-Man! Spider-Sean: Merry Christmas! Everyone All Together: Thanks for watching our videos! Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! [cheering] [ ♪ ♪ ] Hold on! We saved the best toy for you! We want to send a surprise limited-edition Spider-Man collectible to one winner! To win it leave a comment below and tell us what’s your favorite spider-man moment on the channel… …now that we’ve hit a million subscribers! We’ll also be sending out some t-shirts, hats and stickers! So hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss it when we post another hilarious superhero parody video!
Green Goblin: You’re coming with me! *Mary Jane making struggling noises* *Green Goblin laughs* Green Goblin: Call your boyfriend! Green Goblin: NOW! Green Goblin: And describe your attacker! *dramatic music* *phone rings* *phone rings again* Spider-Man: Hello? Mary Jane: Peter? Mary Jane: Some freak in purple and green has got me. Spider-Man: Ha– What? *Green Goblin yells* Green Goblin: Stay here! Spider-Man (yelling): Mary Jane! *silence* *music begins* *music continues* Green Goblin: Crime is so much easier when you have a glider! Joker: Yeah! No kidding!
Green Goblin: Right?! *Joker laughing* Green Goblin: Now feel free to take this for a spin. *Joker laughing* Green Goblin: C’mon!
Joker: Alright I’m gonna *laughs* *Joker laughing* Green Goblin: Good luck you clown! *music* Green Goblin: Oh he is so screwed. *Joker laughing* Spider-Man: Wooah! Come here you clown!
*Joker continues laughing* Spider-Man: You are really creepy.
Joker: Yup! Spider-Man: Where’s Mary Jane?! Joker: What are you talking about?
Spider-Man: Well C’mon Goblin! Joker: Goblin?! Do I look like a goblin to you?! Spider-Man: You got the purple, and the glider Spider-Man: You’re not Goblin! Joker: No. I borrowed this from a friend. *Joker laughing*
Spider-Man: Okay… Spider-Gwen: Spider-Man! Spider-Gwen: That’s the notorious villain, Joker! Spider-Man: Who?
Spider-Gwen: C’mon we gotta get help! Spider-Man: Sounds like you read too many comic books! Green Goblin (laughing): Get ready for the show! Green Goblin: Front row seats! *music continues* Spider-Man: We know you have something to do with Mary Jane’s kidnapping! Spider-Man: Cough it up! *punch noise* Joker: Honestly guys! I have no idea who this Mary Jane is! *fighting noises* Green Goblin: You wanna help your boyfriend so badly? Green Goblin: Well GET IN THERE! *Mary Jane screams. Fight noises continue* *music continues* Spider-Man (quietly): What?! Joker: This is Mary Jane?! Spider-Man: What are you doing here?! *music ends* Green Goblin: I’m glad I downloaded the Goblin Glider App *suspenseful music* Green Goblin: Take this glider for total control! Green Goblin: Oh Joker, you are so screwed. *suspenseful music, no audible dialogue* Green Goblin: God speed Joker! *Green Goblin laughs* *music continues in a ‘silent movie’ style* *splat* Group (all together): Oooooohhhhh! *music continues* *group gagging and making noises of disgust, no intelligible dialogue* Green Goblin: Now that’s how you eliminate your competition! Green Goblin: Suck it DC! *music continues* Sean: Hey Jason, you like Spider-Man? Jason: Of course, Sean. Who doesn’t?! Sean: Well that’s a good thing, since we went to all the trouble of making this video! Jason: At Viera Comics Sean: In Melborne, Florida where we make the collaboration Sean: on Make ‘Em Laugh Films, the link is in the description! Jason: and as always, subscribe to the Sean Ward Show! Sean: Right here *make webbing noises* Jason (joining in on making webbing noises)” In your face! *Both laugh*
Batman: Oh my God! Look at this little dweeb and his toys! *laughs* Spider-Man (as Batman): Your Mom’s name’s Martha? Spider-Man (as Superman, high pitched): Yeah my Mom’s names Martha. Spider-Man (as Batman): That’s quite something, my mom’s names Martha Spider-Man (as Batman): We should be best friends Superman: We shouldn’t keep him too long then Superman: Aunt May is probably gonna call him in for cookies and milk soon. Spider-Man (as Batman): Hey, uhh, Superman, can you give me a lift? Spider-Man (as Superman, high pitched): Oh, well, I dunno, uh… I only see one Batman: Check this out! *Batman (as Spider-Man) screaming* *music continues in background* Batman (as Spider-Man, mockingly): I’m a six year old superhero! Pew Pew! Pew! *Superman laughs*
Batman: Or whatever he does Superman (as Spider-Man, mockingly): Oooo my Uncle died three times in the last ten years! I’m all alone! Batman (laughing): Yeah I know and it was funny every time. *They both laugh* Batman: Shouldn’t he spin webs out of his butt technically? *Batman making flying noises, laughing* Batman: Yeah right
Superman: He’d probably need a cartridge up there so I don’t wanna… Batman (laughing): Uh yeah, good point, good point. Batman (as Spider-Man, mockingly): Wee! I’m swinging in New York! Superman: Hey, let me give it a try
Batman: No, no, no… *Superman gasps* *sound of toy landing, innocent music plays* Spider-Man: Hey guys! Great idea! Spider-Man: Did you want to play too? Superman (high pitched): Nooo! Batman: Toys are for BABIES! Spider-Man: Hey! Wait a minute, who you calling a baby? Superman: He’s calling YOU a baby Mr.– Spider-Man: At least I know how to my underwear on properly… Wonder Woman: Hey Guys! I saw you playing dolls! Wonder Woman: Can I play?! Superman: Sorry Diana, there’s, there’s none left. *music continues* Wonder Woman: Oh! That’s okay. I brought my own! Batman: Dolls are for girls. These are ACTION FIGURES! *music continues* Wonder Woman: Okay, I guess I’ll play with my DOLL by myself then. Spider-Man: Yeah you do that girlie! Spider-Man: Right guys?! Batman: Hey, Shut Up! Superman: Don’t talk to her like that. *music continues* *music changes to bouncy, happy beat* *music continues* *sounds of plastic and cardboard being opened* Superman: Wh-what are you doing? *sounds of plastic and cardboard being opened* *box drops on ground* Spider-Man: You’re not supposed to open the box! Spider-Man: Is she? Wonder Woman: How am I supposed to play with it, if I don’t open the box? *sound of cardboard ripping* Batman: That’s the Deluxe Adult Collector’s Limited Movie Tie-In Edition!! Wonder Woman: So?! Doesn’t that make it more fun to play with? *backing ripping* *backing falls to the ground* Batman: You’re gonna ruin the value! Wonder Woman: You can’t put a price on a good time! Y’know what I mean? Superman (weakly): Yeah… It’s, it’s yours Superman: you can do whatever you want with it. Superman: But it is going for a lot on Ebay right now… Superman (off screen): Just saying… *plastic crackling* *plastic ripping* *music continues* *Superman, Spider-Man & Batman all start talking over each other* “C’mon” “Full Ebay Review” “How could you do something like that?” *Superman, Spider-Man & Batman continue talking over each other, louder* Wonder Woman (yelling): Alright Guys! I’ll tell you what… Wonder Woman: You figure out the value of this toy, AFTER I’m done playing with it. Wonder Woman: For now, I’m gonna get in my invisible jet Wonder Woman: and get out of here! *Wonder Woman makes plane noises* *music starts up again* *music continues, Wonder Woman making plane noises* *music continues* *music becomes more dramatic* *music ends*
*Romantic music with rhythmic snapping* *Elsa and Spider-Man both sigh with relief* Spider-Man: Do you wanna watch a movie? Elsa: You can’t watch a movie without snacks! Spider-Man: Good point! *music changes* *bright, sneaky music* Spider-Man: Here you go! Elsa: Did you feel a breeze or somethin’? Spider-Man (mumbling): iunno *music continues* Elsa: You brought everything! Spider-Man: I did! *Elsa laughs*
Spider-Man: Here you go! Elsa (laughing): Thank you! *music continues, darker* *music continues, darker* *explosion * *Kylo Ren laughing* *music turns bright and bouncy again* *tone changes* *music continues* *tone changes* Spider-Man: What is this? Kylo Ren: After recent events, I thought we could use a new princess (laughs). Kylo Ren: Too soon? *light sabre noises* *light sabre hum, music becomes more dramatic* *light sabres clashing* *light sabres clashing* *light sabres clashing* *light sabres clashing* *dramatic music, light sabre hum* Kylo Ren: I’m gonna crush your head! *thwip of webbing* *Kylo Ren yells* Sith Elsa: Ah! Hey! I’m stuck! *Sith Elsa struggling to get free, dramatic music* *dramatic music* Kylo Ren: Something’s falling out of the sky, run for your life! *Spider-Man coughing* Spider-Man: Oh no! *dramatic music* *music ends* *thwip of webbing* Both Elsa’s: Ahhh!
*foot steps on ground* *panting* Sith Elsa: That’s it! Elsa: What? Sith Elsa: Spider-Man’s act of heroism has melted my frozen heart! Sith Elsa: Can I hang out with you guys? Elsa (overlapping): Of Course
Spider-Man (overlapping): Sure Sith Elsa: Do you wanna build a snow man? Elsa: YES!! *clapping* *jazzy dance music plays* Kylo Ren: Hey guys, can I hang out too? Sith Elsa, Spider-Man, Elsa: NO! *Kylo Ren stuttering* *jazzy dance music continues* Sean: If you liked this video, what should they do? Sith Elsa: Subscribe! Whether or not you have a Frozen heart! Spider-Man: Comment! Elsa: Make sure you ‘like’ the video! Sean: And share it with your friiiiends!
[summer time music plays] [music continues, ambient beach noises] Mary Jane: Hey! [music continues, ambient beach noises] [Spider-Man cheers] [music continues, ambient beach noises] [music cuts] [music continues, ambient beach noises] Spider-Man: I’ll get you for that! [music continues, ambient beach noises] [splashing, Mary Jane screams] [music continues] Mary Jane: Come here. [music continues] Spider-Man: Ahhhh! [music continues] [music continues, Mary Jane speaking inaudible] Mary Jane: Peter you got me all wet! Mary Jane: Let’s go dry off. [music continues] [music changes] [inconspicuous music plays] Spider-Man: What a great day! You know what? Spider-Man: I’m gonna get us some refreshments! Mary Jane: Ohh! Thanks, honey. Mary Jane: Get a diet! Mary Jane: Diet Coke! Spider-Man [laughing]: Now’s my chance! [music continues] [thwip] [Mary Jane gasps] [Spider-Man laughing] [music continues] [thwip] Mary Jane: What the…? [Spider-Man laughing] [music] [thwip] Mary Jane: Oh, for f- Mary Jane: What? [music changes into chase music] [music continues] Mary Jane: I will… Yours… Mary Jane: Just… Mary Jane: Get over here! Mary Jane: Where you goin’? Mary Jane: Peter, it’s too deep out there, you gotta come back! [suspenseful music plays] [shark snarling] [Mary Jane gasps] [intense music plays] Mary Jane: Who do I…? Is he…? Mary Jane: ..Okay… [music continues] Mary Jane: Okay. This is ridiculous! [music continues, splashing] [whack] [splash] [crowd cheering] [electronic dance music begins] [electronic dance music plays] Sean (voice over): Comment below to be this video’s featured fan! If you liked what you saw, subscribe for more just like it every week!
How do you learn a subject or skill in half
the time? Let’s do this together. I want you to right now think of a subject
or skill that you just want to learn fast. You want to learn it rapidly at an accelerate
rate. You want to learn faster so you can achieve
faster. I want you to remember four letters. F-A-S-T. F-A-S-T. Fast. And the F stands for Forget. You’re like, “Jim, you’re this world class
memory expert. You’re this coach to all these celebrities
and CEOs. Why are you starting with forgetting?” You want to forget what you already know about
the subject so you can learn something brand new. Often a lot of people don’t learn faster because
they feel like their cup is full and they feel like they know it already. So always remember to start with a beginner’s
mind. I would also say forget about what’s going
on in the world and anything that’s not urgent or important in your world because if you
try to think about things that are going on and be present you can’t do that. And you’re only using a fraction of your own
potential if you’re distracted. I would also say forget about your limitations
because you don’t know what you don’t know. Often people will see me on stage memorize
a hundred peoples’ names or a hundreds words, numbers backwards and forwards, and I always
tell you I don’t do this to impress you. I do this to express to you what’s really
possible because the truth is you could do it, too. Regardless your age, your background, your
education. You’re just not taught how to do it. If anything you were taught a lie. A lie that somehow your intelligence, your
memory, your learning is somehow fixed like your shoe size but we know that your learning
is absolutely limitless. So set your limitation aside and forget about
them. The A in FAST stands for Active. What do I mean by active? If you feel overloaded with too much to learn
in too little time…like do you have books on your shelf you haven’t read yet? You get more than 10 emails a day? You listen to podcasts? There’s so much information out there but
if you feel like you’re stressed, like you can’t keep up, here’s the thing. It’s not your fault. You know why? It’s because we all grew up with a 20th century
education that prepared us for a 20th century world, which at the turn of the century was
working in factories and farms. But now we live in an age of autonomous electric
cars and spaceships that are going to Mars, but our vehicle of choice when it comes to
learning is like a horse and buggy. And one of the challenges is our schools trained
us to be very passive. Sit quietly by yourself, be lectured to, just
consume information but your brain doesn’t learn based on consumption. It learns through creation and so learning
is not a spectator sport. You have to get involved. You have to take great notes. You have to ask lots of questions. There’s so many things you can do to be more
active. The S in FAST stands for State. What do I mean by state? I mean the current mood of your mind and your
body because here’s the key to a better memory. Information combined with emotion becomes
a long-term memory. Information combined with emotion becomes
a long-term memory. What do I mean by that? Is there a song or fragrance or a food that
could take you back to when you were a child? Of course because information combined with
that emotion becomes a long-term memory. The challenge back in school was what was
the driving emotion you had back in school? For most people they were bored, right, and
if you times anything by zero what do you get? You get zero. So most people don’t remember what they learned
back in school because of the state. Remember this: All learning is state dependent. All learning is state dependent. That if you want to learn more, control your
state. Now who’s in control of your state? You are because you are a thermostat. You’re not a thermometer. What do I mean by that? What does a thermometer do? A thermometer reacts to the environment. It reflects what the environment is giving
it and so we are all thermometers at some point and that effects our state, right? We react to the weather. We react to the economy. We react to how people treat us but in reality
where’s the locus of focus? Who has the control? You do because you’re a thermostat. A thermostat is different, right? A thermostat sets a vision. It sets a goal. It sets a standard and what happens to the
environment? The environment raises to meet that thermostat
and for you, you want to identify with the thermostat and the most important thing that
you want to have control over is how you feel. I remember recently I got to juice two of
my superheroes together. I talk about superheroes because I grew up
with learning challenges from a brain injury. I taught myself how to read. It took me three years longer how to read. I taught myself how to read by reading comic
books late at night. Something about the superhero story really
brought it to life for me and recently I got to juice two of my superheroes together. It was Sir Richard Branson and Stan Lee. Stan Lee. Not Stanley. Stan Lee. The co-creators of Spiderman, Avengers, X-Men,
Fantastic Four and I remember asking Stan Lee, I said, “Stan, who’s your favorite superhero?” And he says, “Iron Man.” And he says, “Jim, who’s your favorite superhero?”
and he had this Spiderman tie. I posted it on Instagram and I was like, “Spiderman.” And without a pause he went, “With great power
comes great responsibility.” With great power comes great responsibility. You’ve heard that, right? And I went to him, I said “Stan, you’re right. With great power comes great responsibility
and the opposite is also true. With great responsibility comes great power.” When we take responsibility for something,
we have great power to make it better and I think the most important responsibility
we have is controlling how we feel. How do you get into that state of curiosity? Of excitement? I mean that…who are the fastest learners
on the planet? They’re children, right? Children have this wonder. One of my favorite quotes is from Rumi. He says, “Trade your cleverness for bewilderment.” Trade your cleverness for bewilderment. And finally the T in FAST, if you want to
learn any subject or skill faster, learn it as if you’re going to teach it to somebody
else. Because when you’re learning it to teach it
then you’re going to pay attention differently. Then you’re going to make it your own. Then you’re going to remember it differently
because here’s the thing, when you teach something you get to learn it twice. Hi, my name is Jim Kwik and growing up I was
labeled the boy with the broken brain with all these learning challenges and disabilities. And I went from that to become the world’s
leading memory and brain coach for the world’s top universities, CEOs, and celebrities. Over the past 25 years I’ve developed all
these strategies and techniques to unleash the power of your super brain. I want to share these techniques and methods
with you. I hope you’ll join me. ♪ [music] ♪