Eugene Ranks Every Girl Scout Cookie

(zipper zips) – Good morning, scouts. Welcome to the Rank King,
the show where I rank things. I’m your Rank King, Eugene, and as your troop leader, my motto is, Today we are ranking some of
America’s favorite treats. (beep) (laughter) Girl Scout Cookies. (bell dings) Let’s come out of the tent, here we go. The Girl Scouts were formed in 1912, and they introduced their cookies in 19… – 17. (laughs) So, there are officially 12
Girl Scout Cookies today. There’s only 11 here. What are we missing? Gluten-free Caramel Chocolate Chip, no, that sounds disgusting. We don’t need that one. Here are the 11 Girl Scout
Cookies we are going to rank. Can I sit like this or is this too sexy? You know I love the Girl
Scouts, I feel like they do a lot for this country and I
wish I was in the Girl Scouts. (knocking) – [Man] Well, hello. Come on in. Got some Girl Scouts here. – Hello. Hi, hi. Are these the guests, the special guests? Can we have one second? One second, one second, okay. (upbeat music) Hello. Hello. Girl Scouts. So, you are my two
special rank scouts today. – I’m Olivia and that’s Georgia. – Hi.
– Hi. And how old are you? – I’m eight. – And I’m eight. – You’re both eight? Guess how old I am.
– A grown-up. (girls laughs) – I don’t know if my mom would agree, but I’m trying really hard to be grown-up. What is your favorite thing
about being a Girl Scout? – We get to go camping. – [Eugene] Like this? – But not in this kind of environment. – You mean not inside? – M-hmm.
– Yeah. I feel it, I like your energy. Are you the nice one? – Yeah, probably. (laughter) – So, today, we’re gonna
help everyone out there, and tell them which cookie is
great, and which cookie sucks. – I think I already know
one that I don’t like. – You have a lot of opinions, don’t you? – Yeah. – I like that. Okay, so, we have three criteria
for judging these cookies. Criteria one is the look. Criteria two is taste. And the final criteria is
going to be a special badge. It’s gonna be the most or least– – The Disgusting Badge. – Exactly. I’m gonna let both of you
create the first ranking. At the very end, I’m gonna make
any changes I disagree with. We ready to start? – Yes.
– Yeah. – Now, you’re gonna have to
learn my catchphrase first. Only I shouldn’t say this
catchphrase for children. You know what, maybe I should do a more Girl Scout friendly motto today. (upbeat music) – Trefoils. This is, I think, the first cookie. – [Georgia] Yep. – [Eugene] What do you
know about trefoils? – [Georgia] They’re tasty. – They are like a shortbread kinda cookie, and they’re my favorite cookie. – (gasps) don’t give it away yet. These are, I think what
most people think of when they think of the
classic Girl Scout Cookie. – In the cookie is the Girl Scout symbol. – Oh, it is?
– Mm-hmm. – I always thought it was
just a weird wavy design. This must get extra points for the look because you said this is
the Girl Scout symbol. – Yeah, it’s like two faces. – That’s a classic shortbread. I’m also gonna give it a
badge for Most Underrated. I think a lot of people,
they think this is plain, ’cause it looks plain, but, you know, if you nail a good shortbread,
you have a good shortbread. It’s your choice, you
guys get to rank first. Wow, already? You like that right here? – Yeah.
– Okay. I hope you guys never saw
previous episodes of this. – I have. – The fruit one? Okay, not the beer one. Good. Next. Thanks-a-lot. – Thanks a lot of the cookies. (laughter)
– Yes, exactly. – [Georgia] Shortbread cookies
dipped with rich fudge. – So, this sounds like it might be a lot like the trefoil with fudge on it. – This says thank you on the cookie. – It says merci, wait a minute. Mine says merci, in French. – Don’t know what it says. – Oh, xiexie, xiexie, that’s in mandarin. – I think they all mean thank you. – They do. – Just in different languages. – Gracias. Wow. A lot of points for the look then. Taste like the trefoils. – I do think this one’s better. – Ooh.
– Yeah. – So, you think the chocolate doesn’t really add anything special. – Well, it’s just really strong, so, it kinda gives away the cookie part. – I see, so, this is
a no, thank you a lot. Does it get a special badge? – No Thank You. (laughter) – Are you ready for milk
or do you wanna keep going? – I want some milk. That chocolate was really strong. A lot of the Try Guys
are lactose-intolerant. Do you know what that
means, lactose-intolerant? Means when they drink dairy,
they get really farty. (laughter) – Wait, they can’t have cake? – They can, but then they fart a lot. (Georgia laughs) – How do they celebrate their birthday? – With lots of farting. (girls laugh) So, it’s happy birthday, here’s your cake, and it’s like thppbb. (laughter) I like this, can we replace the Try Guys? Tagalongs. Also known as peanut butter patties, but we’re gonna call ’em tagalongs, ’cause that’s a way more fun name. – They’re peanut butter
and chocolate flavored. – How does it look to you? – I don’t like it. – Why?
– It’s plain. – Kinda boring, eh? – And it always has to
melt on your fingers. – I can already smell
the peanut butter though. – [Olivia] It’s okay. – That’s a strong peanut butter taste. Well, my badge for it is, Basically A Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. Right?
– Yeah. – Where are you gonna put it in the rank? You’re putting it down there! Do you agree with that?
– Yeah. – They don’t like these. Ooh, I’m feeling a little tension with the audience already
through the screen. I’m going to hold my tongue because it’s not my turn to rank yet. Toffee-Tastic. – [Olivia] It’s gluten-free,
rich buttery cookies with the sweet crunchy toffee bits. – What do you think it looks like? Do you like the look of it? – Mm-mm. There’s like hole with
stuff coming out of it. (Eugene laughs) – You know, I will say from
a brand to real life ratio, it kind of fails. There’s like prettier
stuff on it in the picture. Where if you’re like on
Tinder and then someone’s photo looks a certain
way and then you see them in real life on a date,
and they’re just like, oh, you really photoshopped your photo, you know what I’m talking about? You probably don’t know
what I’m talking about. – Mm-mm. – No, good, as it should be. (cookie crunches) – [Olivia] It’s really hard. – It is really hard. I’m gonna give it the badge,
Most Like An Old Person Cookie, but the idea, the stereotype of what your grandpa or grandma has in like a tin. I feel like this is a
cookie you would find in it. (Georgia laughs) All the way at the bottom right now. So, I’m gonna take this away. Am I gonna have to clean that up later? Okay, cool. Do-si-dos or peanut butter sandwiches. So, one of the bakeries, ABC
Bakers has these long names that are kinda boring, so, I guess Little Brownie Bakers has the fun names. – Oh, this one’s moist. – (laughs) You don’t
like peanut butter, huh? – Nope. Who wants to eat the top? – Well, we gotta eat it
as a sandwich, right? Unless people like to split them. This kind of looks like an Oreo. – And it’s like a diamond shape. – And it’s a diamond shape. Do you know about blood diamond, mystery? – No. – In Africa, we’ll talk about it later. Mmm, I can tell the difference
with the oatmeal cookie. It’s not as buttery as
the shortbread cookies. So, you just want the chicken nugget. You don’t want the foie
gras, which is also a terrible industry you
should not support, foie gras. You know about foie gras? It’s where they like force-feed a goose. It’s really awful. Yeah, I’ll tell you more about it later. I’ll give it the Peanut Oreo Badge ’cause it’s basically a peanut Oreo. (gasps) Do you agree? – Yeah. – Do you agree just ’cause Olivia says it? – No.
– You feel it? – S’mores! – Yay.
– S’mores. – These are the sandwich cookie s’mores. These are really cute. You can see Girl Scout S’mores
written across the top. S’mores are great, right? Chocolate, graham cracker, marshmallow. – Matters about like what kinda day it is, and like if I feel like
s’mores, but if I’m like forced to eat s’mores I don’t
think I would quite like ’em. I would hate to be force-fed
s’mores, what a terrible life. I’ve never had these. Pretty good. – They’re a little too sweet. – A little too sweet? They have a very sweet flavor inside. – I know what she means. – Oh, I kinda like it though. My special badge is The Sweetest Cookie. – Sorry. (Georgia laughs) – She wants me to clean
this up afterwards, huh? (Eugene laughs) – We’ll be here when he cleans it up, so, we won’t leave no trace. We might help a little bit. – A little bit. – S’mores. – Again.
– Again. – It’s not literally as cool as that because like, they have different symbols, the outside is Girl Scout S’mores on that, and then this, chocolate. – Just a brown square. This has less of the white. It has less marshmallow. Do you like the taste? – Mm-hm. – You like it better
than the other s’mores? – I think they’re the same. – The same. – ‘Cause they have the same ingredients. – What badge would you give this? – The Poop Window. – The Poop Window Badge. ‘Cause it looks like a poop window. – [Georgia] And these s’mores
actually look like a s’more. – You’re right. (Georgia laughs) – That’s a good philosophy because if they’re gonna steal your stuff, then they don’t deserve your friendship. – Yeah.
– Yeah. – They’re mean. – They are mean. Lemonades. Do you like lemonades? – I like lemonade, but
I’ve never had these. Wow, these are ginormous. – Wait.
– Look at that. Lemonade.
– Oh, my gosh. – [Eugene] Wow. – Oh, my gosh, it has white
chocolate on the back. Oh, my gosh, that smells so good. – Oh, you like it? – Yeah, it’s creative. – [Olivia] Oh, that
tastes like lemon bread. – Yeah. Like lemon flavor? – Yes, I like sour. – I don’t quite like it. – (gasps) We have a
disagreement amongst the scouts. I’m gonna give this the
Tastes Like It Looks Badge, ’cause it looks just like a lemon slice, and it tastes like a lemon slice. It sounds like you like
it, and you don’t like it. You know what, we’re gonna go with Georgia’s ranking right now. (Georgia laughs) We’re gonna put her, put it
where she likes it right here. Does that sound good? (laughter) You have to listen to her, remember, ’cause her mom’s the scout leader. Savannah Smiles. – Can I open it? But the thing is my dog does not smile. – Oh, is your dog named Savannah? – Yep. – Do you name the dog after the cookie? – I don’t think so. – This is the first one that
comes in a bag, like loosely. – One’s broken in half. Very sad savannah. – This is the only Girl Scout Cookie with powdered sugar on it.
– Ah, very powdery. – I mean they look like little
flat dough balls, right? You don’t like powdered donuts? Olivia. Maybe everyone else likes donuts. Do you like donuts? – Yes. – See? (laughter) It’s okay, you’re being a rebel. (cookie crunches) – That’s hard. – These are definitely some
of the thicker Girl Scout Cookies just ’cause they’re
kind of like a little wedge. They taste kind of
similar to the lemonades. The So Sour It Makes You Smile Badge. Can I see your Savannah Smile? (Georgia laughs)
Can I see yours? Cute. This is mine, pthbt. (laughter) – I think it would go right there. – We have two cookies left. They’re two big famous ones, samoas. – [Georgia] Samoas. – These are also known as
caramel delites, samoas. – Oh, that’s are a lot of calories. (Georgia laughs) – Shh, don’t look at the calorie count. – You’re showing me ’em. – You can see them on all the boxes. Olivia, you have to sell these to people, you don’t want them to know. – They’re not watching, are they? – Yeah, millions of people
are gonna watch this. – They used to be my favorite, and then I got bored of ’em. – Really? These are so iconic. – They kinda look like mini-donuts. – Little mini-donuts? – Yeah, it’s cute. – It looks hairy. – It does look a little hairy. I mean it is the only Girl
Scout Cookie with coconut. Little furry things can be cute. – [Georgia] It kinda looks like a tiger. – Yeah.
– Oh, like a baby tiger. These are definitely the chewiest of all the Girl Scout Cookies. So, I think the taste is really good. You get the dark chocolate,
the coconut’s very toasted. I’ll give this the Better With Age Badge ’cause I didn’t like this as a kid. Here, both put your hands on it. Like a ouija board. And put it where you think it should go. (Eugene laughs) This is funny. Who is stronger? But right now, they’re
putting the samoas right here, which is totally not
in any way super crazy, but I’m not gonna say it right now. Oh, she’s really tempting
me to say my actual slogan. – I kinda like your old one. – Really? Aw, I just told a kid to shut up. Thin mints! Thin mints, these are hugely popular. I think these are the
number one sellers, right? The look of the thin
mints, classic, iconic. I always freeze my thin
mints whenever I buy them. – It’s very minty. – You know after trying everything, they just have such a refreshing flavor. It’s almost like brushing
your teeth with a cookie, but not in a gross way, in a tasty way. So, thin mints, I’m gonna give this The Icon Badge, ’cause they’re iconic. They’re like the Celine
Dion of Girl Scout Cookies. You know Celine Dion? You superfans? – I don’t even know what I means. – Me either. – You don’t know what a Celine Dion is? – You’ve never seen Titanic? – Me neither. – You know who Kate Winslet is? Do you know who Leonardo DiCaprio is? Oh, my God. – I’d put it for the second best. – What about you?
– I agree. – Oh, you both agreed and we’re gonna put this in second place right now. And if anyone disagrees,
what will you say? – I could actually do some changes. I would put the peanut butter one. The chocolate was too rich, so I would actually move it back here. That one was like really powdery. I think we should move
it a tiny, just one. – Olivia, you’re saying
so many different things. You just were being a
negative Nancy for fun. No, obviously. – I’m an Olivia. – You remind me of a young me. – Elbow. – Exactly. (laughter)
Elbow. This is the rank scouts
ranking of the cookies. Up top they put the trefoils. At the bottom we have both s’mores. Now, I have to do my job as Rank King. – Elbow.
(Georgia laughs) – Exactly. The first change I’m going to make, I’m going to drop the
toffee cookie to the bottom. Nothing against the
gluten-free, I just don’t think they taste as good as
all the other cookies. – Yeah. – There’s gonna be a shift
with some of these lemons. The s’mores are tastier
than you say they are. – I actually kinda agree. – What? Olivia. Now for the top three. Drop the trefoils down to third. – No.
– No. – And finally, I’m gonna
put the samoas up top, and put thin mints in second. Any age loves a good samoa. So, this is my final ranking. Look at that, we finished our ranking. What’s the one thing you
wanna say as a Girl Scout? – The golden rule. Treat others like you wanna be treated. – Join, ’cause it’s
really fun, you get to do a lot of fun stuff, like camping, hiking– – Can I come? – Yeah. I want you to come. – Really?
– Yeah. – You could help for as one of the leaders because I think it would be better if we have at least one more parent. – I’m not a parent. – Well, like a grown-up. – Do you think I look
like I could have kids? Do you think I could take care of a baby? – Yeah. – Do you think I could
take care of a baby? Oh, my God. What? What’s happening? Why are they being so nice to me? That’s not how these types of videos go. – Leave no trace behind. – Oh, wait, there’s leave no trace behind? Oh, no, look what we did, we just littered this whole campsite in our outdoor shoot. We gotta clean this up. – Okay. You get the boxes and
we’ll get the cookies. (upbeat music) – Adventure is out there. Ca-caw, ca-caw. See you next time on Rank King. I’m Russell from Up. (laughing) Did everyone get that?

86 thoughts on “Eugene Ranks Every Girl Scout Cookie

  1. I love the fact that even though Eugene is not the hugest fan of kids each time a kid walks in on a video he makes sure he’s speaking appropriately, he’s dressed appropriately and that the kid is actually comfortable and having a good time. He’s really the sweetest

  2. Olivia: I don't quite like donuts
    Eugene: everyone else likes donuts. Do you like donuts?
    Georgia: yes
    Eugene: * sassily * SeE!?

    this is legit me and my friends jUSt SayInG . (> . <)/

    Also, for someone who "doEsNT LikE KiDs" Eugene is such a good dad figure I'm screeching. And just the fact he got sad when he told Olivia to shut up because she was a kid and how he was so happy when the girls were telling him he was nice and how he'd be a good dad melted my heart and was too freAKING WHOLESOMEEEEEEEEE. (* ^ *)/

  3. Wait, aren't Girl Scout cookies baked at home with the help of adults (like on the rest of the world)? Maybe they should change the name to Girl Capitalism Camp.

  4. I am pausing the video at 13:39. Eugene, Thin Mints are the best cookies in the world, and the only girl scout cookies I have ever tried cause they are the best and nothing beats them.
    Also side note I have never heard of coconut in a cookie before…..I might like it, but I will 100% hate the texture. Coconut just scares me as a food.

  5. I didn’t actually believe that Girl Scouts cookies were an actual thing because we don’t have them… or anything similar in Britain

  6. Me: wow tagalongs are the best girl scout cookie
    Girls: place it last
    Eugene: I'm feeling a little tension already with the audience through the screen

  7. eugene's reaction to the sweet lil "you're kind enough" my hEART. everyone around him better be telling him that every single day of his life.

  8. Forget how adorable Eugene with the kids is. Forget Olivia and her sass. I must prepare for my crucifixion, because I've never had a girl scout cookie

  9. I honestly believe that Eugene would make a great father he just doesn’t trust himself a little too much like he’s so good with kids like he’s not cursing in this video he changed his clothes to be more appropriate and he was making little innocent jokes

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