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* BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce: The whole point of the show.
* BringMyBrownPants: As mentioned above, Bobby Lee had a little...accident. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments The look on Sean's face as he realizes that is absolute gold.]]

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* BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce: The whole point of the show.
show: celebrities eat increasingly hot wings as they're interviewed, starting with something very mild and ending with a Hot Ones-branded sauce that's on par with the Carolina Reaper.
* BringMyBrownPants: BringMyBrownPants:
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As mentioned above, Bobby Lee had a little...accident. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments The look on Sean's face as he realizes that is absolute gold.]]



* CloudCuckoolander: Eric Andre was a whole new level of crazy, smashing bottles and pitchers over his head and dropping [[BreathlessNonSequitur Breathless Non Sequiturs]] left and right.

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Eric Andre was a whole new level of crazy, smashing bottles and pitchers over his head and dropping [[BreathlessNonSequitur Breathless {{Breathless Non Sequiturs]] Sequitur}}s left and right.



* HiccupHijinks: As the wings progressively got hotter, Creator/BobSaget gets stricken with a case of the hiccups. He notes that this always happens to him whenever he eats spicy foods. Both WebVideo/RhettAndLink end up getting the hiccups simultaneously.

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As the wings progressively got hotter, Creator/BobSaget gets stricken with a case of the hiccups. He notes that this always happens to him whenever he eats spicy foods. foods.
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Both WebVideo/RhettAndLink end up getting the hiccups simultaneously.



* OhCrap: Besides reacting this way to the different sauces, this is also the usual reaction as Sean shakes up the last bottle before telling them about the last dab.
--> '''Andy Cohen:''' (as Sean shakes the bottle) What are you doing? Why are you doing that?

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* OhCrap: OhCrap:
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Besides reacting this way to the different sauces, this is also the usual reaction as Sean shakes up the last bottle before telling them about the last dab.
--> '''Andy --->'''Andy Cohen:''' (as *''as Sean shakes the bottle) bottle''* What are you doing? Why are you doing that?



* TheStoic: There have been several guests who've made it through without (or at least barely) breaking a sweat. Alton Brown even went so far as to casually critique the sauces. (He is also the only guest to have opted for half-and-half instead of milk to tame the heat.)

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* TheStoic: There have been several guests who've made it through without (or at least barely) breaking a sweat. Alton Brown even went so far as to casually critique and rank the sauces. (He sauces...including tossing one bottle in the trash immediately after biting into its wing. He is also the only guest to have opted for half-and-half instead of milk to tame the heat.) heat.


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** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same and guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble. Sean Evans expressed in a separate interview (privately, of course) that he has no problem with guests eating the wings however they like, but he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same and guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble. Sean Evans expressed in a separate interview (privately, of course) that he has no problem with guests eating the wings however they like, but he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then ''then'' say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.


** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same and guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble. Sean Evans expressed in a separate interview (privately, of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same and guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble. Sean Evans expressed in a separate interview (privately, of course) that he has no problem with guests eating the wings however they like, but he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.


** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble; so guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in a separate interview (privately, of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same: some same and guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble; so guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone.nibble. Sean Evans expressed in a separate interview (privately, of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.


** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble; so guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an interview (privately of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble; so guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an a separate interview (privately (privately, of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.


** It should be born in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble; so guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an interview (privately of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** It should be born It's worth keeping in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble; so guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an interview (privately of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.


** It should be born in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble, so their individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an interview (privately of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** It should be born in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble, nibble; so their guests' individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an interview (privately of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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**It should be born in mind that not all guests are the same: some take only a single bite of each wing, others eat the whole thing, while some barely nibble, so their individual fortitude can't be judged by their reaction alone. Sean Evans expressed in an interview (privately of course) that he finds it "lame" when guests come on who barely touch the wings and then say things like, "Easy," "Not even hot," etc.

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** Creator/TrevorNoah gets the hiccups at the very end of his episode, and he remarks that he's a little freaked out since, according to him, he ''never'' hiccups.

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* HiccupHijinks: As the wings progressively got hotter, Creator/BobSaget gets stricken with a case of the hiccups. He notes that this always happens to him whenever he eats spicy foods. Both WebVideo/RhettAndLink end up getting the hiccups simultaneously.

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** Increasingly common among even the regular big-name guests, as folks like Creator/PaulRudd, Creator/MaisieWilliams, and Creator/KristenStewart mention being fans at the start of their episodes.


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* FriendlyFandoms: ''Hot Ones'', ''WebVideo/BingingWithBabish'', and ''Bon Appetit'' all share more or less the same audience due to their respective irreverent yet informative looks at food, and they've each crossed over with each other multiple times. Logically, this also overlaps with fans of the Food Network and cooking shows in general, particularly when ''Hot Ones'' has had guests like [[Series/GoodEats Alton Brown]] and Creator/GordonRamsay.

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* HiddenDepths: More often than not Sean asks very well-researched and very in-depth questions about his guests, which can often take them by surprise, considering the show's format. Often they expect to be asked softball questions, believing the real appeal of the show is to see them in pain. When in fact the appeal of the show is them being forced to actually give well-thought-out answers ''while'' in pain.

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** Steve Austin had an "Oh, Crap!" moment and had to call a break when he realized the hot sauce was driving his heart rate through the roof.


* TheStoic: There have been several guests who've made it through without (or at least barely) breaking a sweat. Alton Brown even went so far as to casually critique the sauces.

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* TheStoic: There have been several guests who've made it through without (or at least barely) breaking a sweat. Alton Brown even went so far as to casually critique the sauces. (He is also the only guest to have opted for half-and-half instead of milk to tame the heat.)

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