字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント We're back with Matt Bomer. Since the Super Bowl is this weekend and everyone loves going to parties to eat, we thought we would play a Super Bowl version of taste buds. Whoa. Here's how it works. You and I, Matt, are going to be blindfolded. When tWitch says go, one of us will bend over to taste the food on the plate in front of us. We'll describe what we're tasting to each other. But you can't use the name of the actual food, or your hands. Once we've guessed what the other is eating, you'll hear this noise. [DING] We're going to try and make it as loud as possible. And it will be the next person's turn. Put your blindfolds on. And we'll leave these safe here. Here we go. All right, y'all. Let's do this. Here we go. Ready? Yeah. [MUSIC PLAYING] Go. OK, so-- So Sean, you'll bend. Yeah, bend forward. Bend forward. Bend forward, yep. Oh, God. Yeah. There it is. There you go. OK, I got it. OK. It's-- a type is like, figgy. Fig Newton? No, no. As you-- Pudding! Yes. And then the first part-- Chocolate pudding. No, the other flavor. Vanilla pudding. Yeah. No. No. Really? No. Uh-uh. Oh. Take a little-- take a little-- get a little deeper in there, Sean. Really? Get a little deeper. Yeah. Oh, God. There you go. Get a little deeper in there. Boom. You've only scratched the surface, Sean. Wait. I know what that is. Yeah. And we're stuck on number one. I'll hold it up a little close so you can just take a whiff, like-- I don't know what it is. It's kind of-- you kind of on top of something, like-- Is it seven layer dip? It tastes like-- it tastes dairy, like kind of dairy. It kind of compliments the dessert. Oh, whipped cream. Whipped cream. [DING] Boom! Go. OK, OK. Oh, my God. Oh, OK. OK, so you're going to put some chips into it. And it's-- It's dip. Yes. It's French onion dip. What kind? French onion. No. But it's made from-- It's salsa. It's-- It's made from-- It's from-- It's a type of dip. I don't know how to say it without saying the word. It's a type of dip. It's a cheese dip. It's typically used in Mexican cuisine. Oh, yes. It's guacamole. No, it's a dip. But it's made from frijoles! Oh, it's hummus. Oh, oh, oh! Oh, God! Yes! [DING] Hummus! Yes, all right. All right, Sean. Lean forward. Lean forward. Lean forward. Lean forward. Lean forward. Boom. Oh, my God. This is-- There you go, right there. There you go. Boom. So go forward more. I didn't-- Down a little more. And there you go, bow. That's it. OK, all right. It's what you eat at movies, at the movies. Popcorn. [DING] Yeah! Nice. Mm. OK, all right. Orange-- orange. OK. Little balls. It's Cheetos. Yes, but like in little ball form. Yeah, it's called-- it's cheese puffs. Nice. Yeah, yeah. [DING] Come on. OK. Cheesy puffs. Cheesy puffs. You-- OK. All right. You're in for it. Go to your-- I'm warning you, my taste buds are dead like the rest of the inside of me. Left. Left a little. Left a little bit. Down, down, down, down. I don't like the sound of that. Oh, God! It's alcohol. Mm, Vodka! Oh, that's-- Beer? [DING] Oh, hey! You're right. Wow, that was nice, I'm sure. Ready? Yeah. Oh, my God. This is like what cowboys eat them around a campfire. S'mores. No. Well you know, they're baked. Beans! Yes. [DING] Is that it? [DING] That is it, y'all. Good job. Great job. That was nasty. Very nice.