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Watch Charlie Day Almost Die Eating Absurdly Spicy Hot Wings

Ahead of his new movie Fist Fight, Charlie Day stopped by ‘First We Feast’s Hot Ones’ to try out a series of increasingly spicy hot sauces on chicken wings. First he tasted Sriracha, which Day easily ate and described as “delicious.” After discussing Wade Bogg’s appearance on Day’s longtime hit show ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,’ Day tried El Yucateco, which hit him about a minute later (“I’m starting to feel like shit”).

Next he tasted a drop of a sauce called Ghost Pepper and Blueberry, which Day said was “okay.” Something evil looking called Zombie Apocalypse with a Scoville level of 100,000 was next. “Oh, yeah,” Day said in obvious pain immediately after taking a bite.

The 135,600 Scoville unit Da’Bomb followed. “It comes on slow,” Day said. “There it is. It starts like it’s no big deal…what’s in this that makes this happen?…That one made my tooth hot.”

Mad Dog 537 was up next. “I’m okay, which I think is bullshit,” he said. “The fans are going to be disappointed. They want me to be crying and shitting my pants…Oh, I spoke too soon. Here come the Scovilles…you sneaky fucker.” Not long later, the slow-hitting sauce caused him to tear up as he tried to talk about food from his native Rhode Island.

Undeterred, Day agreed to try a small amount of Blair’s Mega Death sauce (550,000 Scovilles). After eating an amount so large that it was discouraged by host Sean Evans, Day immediately looked up with a look of pure shock on his face. “I’m not going to be okay,” he says. “Fuck you, I made a mistake…That is fucking hot.”

Watch the full clip below.



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