|“||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 she 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 future short is going to squish the next one in the sequence, HuanHuan.
- There was a controversy revolving around Ruby's sugar stash, because people thought it was cocaine, due to it being in an eerie location in 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.