Try Guys make Ned Fulmer the 'literal elephant in the room' in first video since controversy: 'I am losing my mind'

The Try Guys have finally addressed the Ned Fulmer-sized elephant in the room.

In late September, Fulmer left the group after they discovered he cheated on his wife with a coworker. The remaining members, Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang, told fans they’d continue as a trio. But there was one problem.

Before they knew about Fulmer’s misconduct, they recorded several videos with him. On Oct. 3, the guys explained, in a vlog, that they were trying to figure out how to address the issue without sacrificing the content.

The Try Guys have now officially released their first video with Fulmer edited out in post-production. In the episode “The Try Guys Make Pop-Tarts Without a Recipe,” Fulmer’s image and voice are largely removed. But the process wasn’t perfect.

Where the Try Guys couldn’t work their editing magic, they replaced Fulmer with an animated pink elephant.

“The literal elephant in the room lost LMAOOOO,” @sedatemeimtired tweeted, posting a screenshot of the elephant.

“I am LOSING my mind at the latest Try Guys video in the best way possible,” @Lynnden_Tree said on Twitter.

“Oh @tryguys editors you have my whole heart. Hilarious,” @Luna_de_Maria said in a caption.

“Ned’s shirt in the try guys new video saying ‘I love bad ideas’ has me ROLLING #withoutarecipe,” @themellon16 wrote in a tweet.

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