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Theory: Rhett is a Medical Marijuana User

Ever since starting to watch GMM, I thought to myself and saw comments saying, “Is Rhett high?”

After all this time having it in the back of my mind as mainly a joke, I’ve come to be absolutely convinced. Lets look at the “evidence”.

Rhett suffers from back pain that he has seen many doctors and trainers about, and lives in California. A state that has has medical cannabis for years. He could easily be prescribed it if he so desired. He’s subjectively the funnier of the two when it comes to off the wall improv moments, his constant ravenous eating is infamous, he always APPEARS high, and I’d say sometimes very much acts like it.

Plus there’s all kinds of little jokes he makes. Slipping things in such as “my uncle is a plant pusher” and “I’m always feeling Estonia”.

Rhett and Link have never addressed cannabis that I know of besides commenting on a skunk smell, “This smell is being legalized all around the country”. There’s no telling how they feel about it, but if my theory were true, I’m sure Rhett would keep it on lock and key since he has become a figure for young people and children. It just wouldn’t be a wise business decision to be open about it, nor would it be relevant to admit.

Now this isn’t an accusation, or judgement, nor do I plan on even getting much attention on this post. It could very well not be true, but this theory I’ve been developing was burning a hole in my brain. just wanted to get it on record and maybe if you’ve thought this too, you’ll enjoy it.

Ever since starting to watch GMM, I thought to myself and saw comments saying, Is Rhett high? After all this time having it in the back of my mind as mainly…

YouTube stars Rhett and Link open up about Good Mythical Morning and TikTok

YouTube comedians Rhett and Link are the latest guests on the I’m So Obsessed podcast.

Rhett McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln “Link” Neal III, better known as the comedy duo Rhett and Link, made viral videos even before that was a thing. Currently they host the massively popular YouTube show Good Mythical Morning, which has 6.1 billion views and 16.4 million subscribers. In the latest episode of the I’m So Obsessed podcast on CNET, the duo opens up about their 35-year friendship and prolonged success on YouTube.

“There are many times when we look at each other and we’re making each other laugh in the same way we did when we were recording ourselves onto cassette tapes, and doing mock interviews in grade school and middle school,” said Link. “We’re still doing that as guys in our 40s. It’s crazy, and I am so grateful that it resonates with people.”

Good Mythical Morning is a daily, bite-size variety show featuring the two of them doing a number of entertaining things. Often that involves eating weird foods on recurring segments like “Will It Taco?” in which the two eat tacos made with unusual ingredients like peanut butter and jelly or pine needles.

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Listen to my entire conversation with Rhett and Link and subscribe to I’m So Obsessed on your favorite podcast app. In each episode we catch up with an artist, actor or creator to learn about work, career and current obsessions.

In the I’m So Obsessed podcast, the comedy duo talk about their 35-year friendship, eating…