TODAY | February 12, 2014
>>> let's take a turn to our return to the luge final countdown .
>> al and i have been made to suffer over the years squeezing ourselves into many, many costumes. al liked it, actually.
>> i did.
>> i'm still recovering from the spandex during wrestling in london.
>> this time we decided no costumes. that's right. of course, you might want to keep the kids away, put the dog away in the closet because matt and i learned to relax like olympians russian bathhouse style.
>> al, we've partied like olympians , we've had swagger like olympians .
>> i think it's time to relax, chill out like an olympian.
>> can we come in? here we go. now i'm a little nervous.
>> could've done without the hats.
>> yeah. but take a look at this view.
>> we've stalled as long as we can stall.
>> here we go.
>> in here?
>> do you have like three hands? feels like there's more than two things going on right now?
>> what did i do to you?
>> that tingles. ow.
>> hey, al?
>> i'm not sure how much more of the recreational spanking i can take, what do you say we go for a soak?
>> here we go.
>> it can't be any worse than this.
>> oh, nobody told me about that! oh, where did that come from? oh.
>> this is like the second to last scene in the cannibal movie . so now we know how to relax like olympians .
>> yeah. by making matt and al soup.
>> all we needed was wylee. coyotes.
>> it was fun at the time. afterward, it left a little bit of mark on my back.
>> recreational spanking.
>> felt like hazing.
>> yeah. it did.
>> what were the hats all about?
>> cool, right? look.
>> it would look really good on a house plant , perhaps.
>> we can't let you have all the fun. tomorrow, we're going to find out how to be olympic speed skating cheerleaders.
>> how dare you.
>> where are your outfits?
>> just wait.