|“||Wow. Somebody needs to lay off the sugar.||”|
— Tennis Ball
The first object to appear is Ruby, expressing her love for Yoyleberries. Tennis Ball asks her to be less hyper, but X says that there is a visitor: the BeiBei, one of the 2008 Summer Olympics mascots. X tries to squish it, but it says that it was squished before. A short clip of "The BeiBei Squisher!" plays.
BeiBei then tells X to squish JingJing, for he is next in the line. After a short intro, a complicated machine is shown, which would release a ball that activates a chain-reaction, including a MacBook Pro with Take the Plunge: Part 1 playing. Eventually, after a long sequence of events, a book squishes JingJing.
Cary thanked the viewers for ten years of the JacknJellify channel, and showcases the invention. Shortly after that, a voice clip of 2008 Cary, and one of 2018 Cary plays.
- This video was named simply just "BFB" when it was uploaded.
- This is the first short to feature X.
- This is the second short (in a row) to feature Tennis Ball.
- This is the first short to take place at night.
- This is the third short to be animated by Cary.
- All of the characters in the animated segment are voiced by Cary.
- Take the Plunge: Part 1 is seen during the Rube Goldberg machine used to squish JingJing.
- The short was released 3 days before the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics started.
- Apparently, the JingJing squisher has five times more steps than the BeiBei squisher.
- The JingJing squisher was said to take only 23 seconds, but the squisher starts at 1:19 and ends at 2:00, totalling 41 seconds.
- It's not confirmed if the 20 year anniversary short is going to squish the next one in the sequence, HuanHuan.
- X made an appearance in the video, even though he was "missing" in the BFB series when the video was posted.
- There was a controversy revolving around Ruby's sugar stash, because people thought it was cocaine, due to it being in a rather eerie location inside the house. Cary had to apologize for the misconception in his "BFB 6 Behind the Scenes" video, though it was revealed in the description of that same video that it was a joke, because most fans would understand that it was actually sugar, though possibly, the sugar stash was still a reference to cocaine.