First We Feast premieres another season of Hot Ones this week as the Jonas Brothers grace the table to take on the spicy wings challenge. Together, Nick, Joe, and Kevin try to refrain from becoming a meme while dishing on their love of sports, evading the paparazzi, and getting the band back together.

Serving as the first Hot Ones trio episode, we witness the Jonas Brothers dishing on each other's bad habits and how therapy played an integral role in breathing new life into the band. The guys also express their frustrations with Odell Beckham Jr. leaving the Giants and reveal how John Mayer stole one of their songs.

To see which Jonas Brother handles the Hot Ones challenge best, press play above. Fans of the band can look forward to their new album, Happiness Begins, releasing June 7, followed by a reunion tour.

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