[ Cheers and applause ] ♪ Here we go! ♪ Nicole Sullivan, your game
is called Shark Cards. Bloop. You’re a champion
celebrity poker player, proving that you’re
a real card shark. But are you a card shark
with Shark Cards? For your game, we will show you
cards with sharks on them and you will have to tell us
whether the next card is a bigger or smaller shark. You will be judged on
the following three factors — fins, fangs, and the ability to sleep
while swimming. Nicole Sullivan,
are you ready to play? [ Laughter ] Yes. All right. Let’s get 45 seconds
on the clock, please. Let’s begin. “Smooth Hammerhead
Shark — 13 feet.” Bigger or smaller? Smaller! Smaller. It’s a smaller shark. “Granular Dogfish Shark —
11 inches.” Bigger? Bigger! Bigger! Bigger. It is bigger! A “Great White Shark.” Smaller! Oh, no!
No, it’s a basking shark. It’s 40 feet.
Bigger or smaller? Smaller! It is smaller.
It’s 12.9 feet. It’s a shortfin mako shark.
Bigger or smaller? Smaller! Smaller! Smaller. Yeah!
It is! It’s a Panama
ghost catshark. It’s 9 inches. Bigger! Bigger.
I’m sorry. That’s time. [ Cheers and applause ] Nicole, let’s go
back to the desk while Casey
gives you a score.