See how the magic was made.
This is how the drop ends...not with a bang, but with a watermelon.
All long running series eventually do a clip show. Here's one that doesn't suck.
Daily Drop tries desperately to wish you a Happy New Year!
When an XBox is out of warranty with an E74 error, it can only serve one purpose.
Two things will survive a nuclear explosion: cockroaches and this singing fish.
Pop a bottle. In fact, pop several!
The quickest way to pour one out for your homies.
Viewer must supply own hot dog.
What time is it? Dropping time!
The hot holiday toy of 10 years ago meets the crowbar.
There's always room for it, but will Daily Drop allow it?
On top of the concrete, apply an ample layer of cottage cheese.
We're not entirely sure what it is, but it's going to fall 10 feet.
And for dessert: Lightly frosted concrete.
Daily Drop casts several spells at once.
Daily Drop shows you why it's safer to buy plastic balls, but not as much fun.
There's more to these than just dropping.
Daily Drop goes on quite the... caper.
For the laziest of pumpkin carvers, it gets what it deserves.
A rite of passage for bored teenagers everywhere, the pumpkin drop.
TVs these days will scratch if hit with a strong breeze.
No animals were harmed in the making of this video.
A better way to crack open a pinata than blindfolding a child and giving them a blunt weapon.
When pepper proves resilient, it's time for backup.
It's back, and this time it's... suggestive.
Wait a minute, this laptop doesn't work at all. It must pay!
Warning: Distended eyeball imminent. Also, scales everywhere.
You put the lime in the coconut and drop it to the ground.
Daily Drop tries to decorate the drop zone a little bit.
When your drop zone needs fresh breath that lasts for hours...
Darn! I was just looking for bus fare and whoops!
The weirdness returns, in a new more-wibbly form.
Anagram for Flex Tubing? Next big flu. Catch it at PAX!
The best part of waking up, is the crowbar.
This is why you always wear a helmet.
Daily Drop solves a Rubik's Cube, the easy way. Or is it the hard way?
Rolling up a new character never used to be challenging.
What walks down stairs, sometimes in pairs, and makes a droppety sound?