As he seeks to "shamelessly promote" his new movie "Fist Fight" (Feb 17), actor Charlie Day submits to the Sean Evans-led onslaught of hot wings and even hotter questions. Through the emotional highs and lows of Zombie Apocalypse and Mad Dog 357, the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Star" weighs in on everything from Zac Efron's neighborliness, to the most iconic regional foods of Rhode Island. Kitten mittens!
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I cannot subscribe to you more than once and it's upsetting. I think you should buy all the sauce (except the ones you make obvs) and sell them as one 'do it yourself' challenge. I hate hot things but I'd do it just to say I had.
"Do you ever think about how your life would have been different if you hadn't been with your wife?"
"I'm sure I would have spent the rest of my adult life following her around and arranging bizarre situations where she's forced to spend time with me!"
WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIT. I got this one properly. It the wimp from the Fist Fight xDDDDD darn, that movie was so dope, made me cry from laughter so m any times. Sriracha is no big deal always make me smile xD
yo maybe instead of just watching this as entertainment, actually fucking listen to the messages they are saying, dont fucking fall into th system, dont let your fucking parents tell you, you have to go to college and study a certain major, fuck that, become a celebrity, become a professional athlete or the face of nike, etc. its not impossible, how the fuck do you think everyone else did that? by hard work, just cuz they ar there dent men you can be there, if you have patience, then it will fucking happen