- "Ba-nyew ba-nyew ba-dew-new ba-new-new nah new new!"
- —Ian in the intro, imitating the 007 theme
An exclusive documentary about a man who is rumored to be the best James Bond actor in the world.
Frankie Rogers (Ian Hecox) introduces himself as a Hollywood actor. When asked by a man behind the camera (Anthony Padilla) of what he has been in, Frankie admits that he has not acted in any movies or television shows, reluctantly admitting that he is a street performer after initially muffling his voice. When asked, Frankie explains what a street performer is and, pulling out a pair of sunglasses and striking a pose, states that he portrays James Bond.
Frankie is asked to describe his daily routine, and he happily obliges:
"Right when I wake up, I go straight to the mirror and practice my moves for about... thirty minutes. Next, I play some video games. It helps me get into the mind of the man who has a license to kill. Then, after that, I work out to make sure I'm in peak physical condition, just like James Bond. When I'm done with that, I make my way over to Hollywood Boulevard. This is where the magic happens. I put my acting skills into overdrive. It's hard to be the top street performer with all the competition, though. There's Chewbacca, Freddy Krueger, Superman, and those people from Shrek. But I always top the competition with my signature Bond move. After that, I go chill with my best friend."
The interviewer asks Frankie what he plans to do next in his career as a street performer. Frankie explains that he has been practicing his "signature move" before taking out his sunglasses again and displaying a more exaggerated version of pulling out a finger-gun before shouting "Bang, bang! You're dead!"
On-screen text appears, revealing Frankie's fate:
Frankie Rogers tried out his new signature move
and startled a group of police officers.
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- This is the earliest video released on LiveVideo before YouTube.
- Unlike other early Smosh videos that were uploaded after "The California Stereotype Experiment", this video had no "Shut Up!" in the intro. The absence of it was referenced in a later video, "Three Wishes".