This week Hot Ones welcomes one of the funnier members of Hollywood to the table, as Paul Rudd opts for cauliflower bites instead of the traditional chicken wings for the hot sauce challenge. During the new episode, Rudd dishes on British comfort food, his appreciation for David Letterman, Kansas City barbecue, and much more.

A film and TV industry veteran of 25 years, Rudd shares insider info on some of his past projects, including an alternate Anchorman script and having to stay at an actual camp during filming for Wet Hot American Summer. Additionally, the actor, writer, and producer teaches host Sean Evans one of his more perfected in skills in making a butt appear in celebrity photographs. Lastly, Rudd closes out the show by improvising a tearful scene with Evans.

Press play above to see how Paul Rudd fares with the Hot Ones challenge.

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