(CBS News) I'm a huge fan of comedic duo Rhett & Link, who have been featured here on The Feed a few times, and whose latest work is a wonderful mix of fairytales, music, humor and even a spot-the-difference game. How cool is that? Oh, wait, you don't know yet. So hurry up and click "play" to find out! And I'd recommend watching in high-definition if at all possible.
See, I told you it was another amazing work from the always-amazing duo! And for those you trying to play the game to spot all the differences, Rhett & Link write about the rules:
WHAT COUNTS AS A DIFFERENCE?
A purposeful change in the SET, PROPS, or WARDROBE.
WHAT DOES NOT COUNT?
1. Any changes in CHOREOGRAPHY are NOT differences.
Specifically, body positioning ("after he's knocked out, his legs/head/mouth etc. are different") or timing of body movements (she grabs the cane slightly later in one performance) do not count as differences.
There are only TWO exceptions to this guideline, and here are some hints: (1) in one scene, one character is singing on one side but not singing at all on the other, and (2) a box opens during a performance on one side but not the other.
2. Also, A SLIGHT REPOSITIONING of the same item is NOT a difference.
So did you spot all of the differences? I'll admit that I spotted quite a few, including the obvious one at the beginning, but am not sure I got all of them... so feel free to leave me some comment love below with what you caught so I can compare and contrast. And to check out more fun and amazing work from Rhett & Link, you can visit their YouTube page by clicking here.
For example, the exact way a bedspread or curtain is positioned, or the exact orientation of the same toy truck, or the way the same jacket is lying on the floor-- these are not differences. If the same teddy bear slightly changes positions, that is not a difference. But, if the same teddy bear is wearing a shirt only on one side, that is a difference. A difference counts when you can discern a purposeful alteration. If a picture or object is slightly moved, that is not a difference. If a picture or object is discernibly rotated, that IS a difference.