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  • Hey, what's going on in happy holidays?

  • Hot ones fans.

  • It's Shaun Evans checking in with a festive blazer.

  • And you know what that means.

  • Shit.

  • Sometimes it's a little redundant, like you don't need to tell me.

  • Hey, Sean, you know would be a really good guest on hot ones.

  • And I'm always like, Oh, who in my head?

  • I always know.

  • Here comes Gordon Ramsay Room Bilge Bir Gun.

  • Joe Rogan.

  • Gordon Ramsay.

  • You ever thought about it?

  • Like, yeah, dude, it's It's been brought up a time or 22 years my fucking life.

  • Been going through this?

  • Was that too heavy?

  • And let me let me dial that one back a little bit.

  • Make it a little.

  • A little under the table.

  • Santa's milk right there.

  • Like that one, huh?

  • Hey, what's going on?

  • And happy holidays, Hot ones fans.

  • It's Shaun Evans checking in with a festive blazer, and you know what that means.

  • It's time once again for our year end holiday spectacular.

  • Next week will be closing out the year with something very special for you, a chicken wing gauntlet, the likes of which have never been seen before.

  • It's a hot ones so extreme, so reckless and borderline irresponsible that we could only find one brave soul to do something so stupid.

  • And it just loved the taste.

  • Maybe, maybe a little too much.

  • Yeah, but today is all about you guys, the fans, the ones who make this all possible.

  • It's been so long since we've had a real heart to heart.

  • So here I am, in a Santa hat to answer your hard hitting hot ones.

  • Questions per tradition.

  • Can I get the stocking full of questions?

  • Thank you for taking this 1st 1 comes from Colin.

  • Which interview were you the most nervous for?

  • Two stories immediately Stand out to me.

  • I remember during the Bryan Cranston James Franco episode, which was our season two finale.

  • There was some bizarre situation where Bryan Cranston had to be in some remote town in the Southwest, and then the last flight leaving out of New York to get him there was running right up against the interview.

  • So his handlers were at the last second being like Oh, Bryan Cranston can't make the interview.

  • Can you do it with just James Franco?

  • But as hot ones fans know there's tons of behind the scenes work that goes into making these shows in these interviews.

  • So I had this Bryan Cranston James Franco interview, and then all of a sudden it might be just James Franco.

  • Except I have questions for Bryan Cranston and James Franco and that I'm learning about this 15 minutes before the cameras start rolling.

  • And then at the last second there was a private jet booked and everything snapped into place.

  • It was all fine.

  • But in the moments leading up to that, I just wanted ah, sinkhole to swallow up the set and me along with it.

  • Another story that comes up in my head when I think about it is The Colbert Show.

  • When I did that, you know, it was kind of all coming to a head because my dad was such a fan of David Letterman.

  • So I felt like, Oh, wow, this is such a big deal to do the biggest show in late night and to have hot ones and wings and all this stuff coming together.

  • My stomach's doing back flips in my head.

  • I'm like, All right, listen, they're like six shows on late night.

  • They all run through three guests.

  • This thing's been going on for 50 years.

  • What's one segment?

  • It's not that big a fucking deal, Shawn, but it's one thing to say that in your head it's quite another when you're just standing there behind the curtain and Colbert sends it to commercial and you hear the band plain and the Ed Sullivan Theater is packed and you step on the stage.

  • You don't even feel your feet hitting the ground.

  • And the whole time it's just sort of out of body experience.

  • And just try to get through the whole thing without the engine running out without your battery dying and without just collapsing onstage.

  • So those are two stories that stand up.

  • Ah, the next question.

  • How do you research your guests?

  • It is exactly what it looks like.

  • You just you read your watch.

  • You listen to everything that you possibly can.

  • Me and Chris Schoenberger, the show's creator, we chess game.

  • This whole interview out usually takes us hours and hours and hours to crank that through after doing hours and hours and hours and hours of research.

  • But that's what it takes.

  • Damn it, that's what it takes to keep the hot ones boat afloat.

  • How's your butthole?

  • Proud to say doing great.

  • What doesn't kill you makes you stronger and adventure to, say, one of the strongest, most resilient titanium steel butt holes around.

  • Next question.

  • Good on that one.

  • Consumer.

  • All right, into the mug of all the sauces, which is your favorite, which is your least favorite.

  • We're going all time.

  • I think that the worst sauce that we've ever had on the show is paying 100 when it comes to the best.

  • It's kind of a toss up for me, like the Scotch bonnet and Ginger Queen Majesty that we have out there Dirty Dicks is great.

  • Big deal you could techo guy just depends on what I'm eating.

  • All right?

  • What's one story regarding hot ones that you've always wanted to tell but haven't been given?

  • The suitable opportunity to one that pops out to me is with Rachel Ray.

  • Now the good thing about hot ones in the way that we've been ableto punch outside of her weight class in a lot of ways is that we can just pop this budget set up on whoever, wherever, whenever sofa guest is like arm in L.

  • A boom we get on a flight will pop this thing up in L.

  • A.

  • We'll pop this thing up in your garage or in Rachel Ray's case will pop this thing up at your studio.

  • So I remember when I rolled up.

  • There's a wraparound line of tourists, all these moms that are really happy to go being the live studio audience at Rachel Ray.

  • So we pop up our Hot Ones studio at Rachel Ray's spot, and she's going to come in between her morning filming in her afternoon filming, and she's like, I got this.

  • How hot can it be?

  • It's no big deal.

  • And as you'll recall in that famous spoon episode, she's just mainlining spoonfuls of hot sauce and by the end, was just just knocking on Death's door, just like a total mess.

  • Boob sweat.

  • A river runs through it.

  • Everyone knows the story.

  • So I walk out there with my suitcase full of hot sauces, and as I'm walking down, I see this producer saying to this entire group of people, the afternoon session for the Rachel Ray's show has been cancelled.

  • We apologize for any inconvenience, and then there's just a riot out on the street.

  • It's just torches and pitchforks of all these moms wanted to go to Rachel Ray.

  • We just ruin their vacation, just popping up hot ones on them.

  • The best of times.

  • The worst of times.

  • Next from Mike Miller, How do you choose the guests that appear in hot ones?

  • And does the comments section of your videos served to provide ideas for potential upcoming guests?

  • You know, a lot of YouTube channels.

  • A lot of YouTubers will be like our family Baba blonde out at, uh, by the way, 15% off T shirts did it, did it?

  • Did it, you know.

  • But I think that with hot ones, there really is value and having that real life focus group at all times so you can see the way that the common section does in form and shape the show.

  • But there are a lot of moving parts, and it really is a situation where people are like grinding behind the scenes all the time to ensure that at 11 a.m. On Thursday, there is a fully produced Hot Ones episode, and that's a pretty crazy grind.

  • I think if there's one disconnect between the show and the people who watch this show, or at least the people complain in the comments section, is that it's not easy to just get somebody to come on your chicken wing YouTube show.

  • It's very, very difficult.

  • It's a mixture of like knowing who your audience wants to see, which obviously we pay attention to.

  • And then there's something with just timing, circumstances getting those things tow line up.

  • And then bam getting someone in the seat to agree to eat scorching hot chicken wings on YouTube.

  • Not an easy sell.

  • What's been the biggest difference from the first Hot ones episode to now?

  • I think that everything's changed.

  • If you watch the first episode, you know it's only seven wings.

  • The questions of these goofy questions We always thought that maybe we would be some sort of YouTube sideshow little funny show.

  • But I would say thanks to you guys for watching in pushing us is the bar.

  • Just keep getting higher and higher and higher.

  • And to run that flag up the pole, it just takes Maur and Maur and Maur, So the aspirations now have completely transformed liketo us.

  • Now we're trying to create this lane where we're just, like the most interesting best interview show.

  • And that's thanks to you.

  • That is 1000% the fans.

  • Because we know that if we don't jump that bar, if we don't just keep leveling up, that you're just not gonna accept it and you're gonna reject it, and then you're gonna go back to watching fight cops on World Star and we don't want you like that one time I goddamn I love when I can get it down.

  • Most awkward date experience.

  • One time I had to dump a chick was actually a little out of my league and hurt at the time because it was cleared everybody.

  • But she stole her neighbor's cat, And I just had to draw a line on moral grounds and tell her like it wasn't right.

  • And like, I can't just can't talk to you anymore.

  • Like I'm not gonna snitch on you.

  • You can't just take your neighbor's cat, And then on top of that, you know, you're in a high rise like, aren't you at all nervous that you're gonna like goto work and you open your door on your neighbor's gonna be like.

  • Is that my cat?

  • If you had my cat for months, we have lost signs up in the lobby every day.

  • How could you steal my cat?

  • I just couldn't be an accessory to that.

  • So I had to dip, and I think that would qualify as awkward.

  • Sean, why don't you call guests out for taking baby bites or cancel out there plug if they ducked the last Daph, You know, if I was ever in a position where I was hosting some chicken wing YouTube show and I just opened it with, like all right card olive in.

  • Here are the rules.

  • There's a to bite minimum you need to take from each bite of the wing.

  • If you don't eat all of the last dab, then we will be canceling out your plug.

  • And then I'm just doing this sort of like YouTube Chicken Wing Challenge show.

  • That's not really what we are, what we're trying to do.

  • It's an interview show.

  • The intended effect of the hot sauce is to knock people off their game.

  • There is no point system for the people going at Brett Baker.

  • It's just a completely made up power ranking That's just inbred.

  • Baker's head, you know, like you could just do the same thing yourself if you wanted to.

  • You know, like and call them out.

  • Like, What do you want me to do?

  • A car you didn't You didn't finish the zombie apocalypse wing.

  • Your plug is officially canceled like it's not that serious, not that important.

  • And people are like, Well, why is he introducing the gas and from the show and talk about their projects like, What do you want me to do?

  • Just be like, Oh, like here's Eric Andre and what he does is a complete mystery.

  • No one will ever know until he finishes the wings like you have to set the table some Alec.

  • Here's Eric Andres on the air Gondry show he does this, that the other thing.

  • Welcome to the show.

  • Like you have to set the table like what people do with their, like nobody.

  • I don't have the energy for it anymore.

  • You know, four seasons 100 episodes like you want me to just like I have my scorecard out.

  • We wanna referee on wings and stuff.

  • It's like it's not gonna happen.

  • And I apologized to some of you out there who are like upset about that.

  • My bad.

  • You know, you can't be all things to all people.

  • And I've come to accept that.

  • I hope that you do too.

  • All right.

  • Looking at this stocking.

  • Well, there you have it.

  • It's the bottom of this stocking.

  • Thank you.

  • So much of you submitted a question.

  • I know that there were thousands Maur online into the hot ones fans out there.

  • You do not wanna miss next week's special with Chili Klaus.

  • It is nuts.

  • It is berserk.

  • It's an afternoon that I'll never forget.

  • Thank you so much for rocking with us Your season one through season two through season three now through season four.

  • And as is tradition, we have our one shining moment.

  • Look back on the season that waas roll the tape.

  • Hey, what's going on?

  • Everybody For first, we feast on Shaun Evans and you're watching hot ones.

  • It's the show with hot questions and even hotter wings First.

  • That was very smooth.

  • Yeah, that was like the most coolest intro I've ever been given.

  • Where the fuck is the teleprompter?

  • This guy's good.

  • Yeah, I'm scared.

  • I really want to get to the last tab.

  • I'm very concerned my ass is going to explode on, and that concerns me.

  • Screw it.

  • Let's get so winds, I feel like I'm gonna get in trouble with the Holzer's community.

  • I mean, yeah, they do, they get fired up.

  • But, I mean, what do you have to prove to the hot sauce community that I have hotels?

  • Bulls?

  • Oh, man.

  • What?

  • Did I sign up for this man?

  • I'm never gonna forget this interview.

  • This is crazy.

  • Okay.

  • Whoa, whoa, whoa.

  • Don't call him.

  • He is eaten.

  • Don't try, Andrew.

  • Hell, yeah.

  • You should repeat the question.

  • Yeah.

  • Did not love Kevin Hart.

  • It was May I can't really talk right now because I'm doing this thing called hot ones.

  • Hey, who is it?

  • You all you hot ones where I eat like Rachel hot shit while answering salaciousness?

  • Dylan Vise Question.

  • Winona Ryder, would you?

  • A good gangster.

  • Nobody's ever asked me.

  • Wow, that's a great question.

  • You know, uh, been reading about your radio.

  • Better pay this man Him?

  • Yeah, I'm feeling the rage.

  • Next one is dirty, Dex.

  • Very aggressive.

  • Brand name 30.

  • What?

  • Dirty dicks.

  • Oh, it smells beautiful.

  • that pause.

  • This is the last dab way.

  • Call it the last dab.

  • Because it's tradition around here to political extra on the last wing.

  • You don't have to if you don't want to, But I think it's a good time to mention that Kevin Love did.

  • Yes, but that's going Dammit, Amigos, I'm gonna ask you with this.

  • Holy shit!

  • Yeah.