Marques Brownlee and Casey Neistat Play Truth or Dab | Hot Ones

Marques Brownlee and Casey Neistat—two of the most respected superstars on YouTube—have a simple choice in this Hot Ones spinoff: Tell the truth, or suffer …


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  1. Nikola Tesla is not Serbian -American inventor.
    He's nationality is a Serb but born in Croatia, region called Lika,place called Smiljan, so that said he is Croatian-American engineer and inventor.

  2. I thought these niggas were about to smoke some dab boring ass niggas eating wings fuck outta here, I can rdo this shit at the Buffalo Wild Wings and bring the homies high ass fuck

  3. Honestly, just as a viewer, I really like the idea of gamifying these in a sort of competitive way between the guests. Maybe it was just the guests of the previous episodes, but I really think there's something about the format that makes it inherently less engaging compared to Hot Ones. Idk, but it just seemed weirdly kind of performative at times, like the guests felt like they had to really sell the fact that they would rather not answer the question being asked. For example, what happens if you just have a couple of really open and honest guests who are totally ok with sharing their honest answers to these kinds of intentionally inflammatory (pun intended) questions? You end up with a moment like 7:00 where Marques seems to be trying to think of a good answer to the question, while Casey, always the dependable storyteller, knows "MKBHD Eats Hot Wing" is on the shot list, and drops a couple of subtle cues to try to minimize the awkwardness.

    More than anything, I think it just feels weird that the payoff for the mini story beats within one of these episodes is one of the guests kind of bitching out when being asked a question. Something about that just feels contrived and false while watching it. Instead of framing each question as "Will he answer the question or eat the hot wing?" subjectively it just feels like it should be more like, "Which one will answer the question while the other eats the hot wing?" I don't know how you structure rules so that it still seems fair, and I also don't really know how you make best use of the team's obvious skill in terms of doing research about the guests, but I feel like the "head to head" in this episode is a step in the right direction.

    Side note, if you're doing a head to head competition, you really need either binary questions (ie. 'True or False') asked to one guest at a time, or a "whoever buzzes in first…" format. What would have happened if they both would have had the same correct answer, or the same incorrect answer, or different incorrect answers?

  4. There's something about Casey's face that makes me want to punch it. I don't know what it is but he's the only person I've seen that I feel this way about. Plus he's wearing sunglasses indoors, during an interview.

  5. I can't believe Marques would rather eat one of those wings than reveal his middle name. I thought people stopped caring about who knows their middle name in like 8th grade

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