(PG-13) While Hot Ones gradually ramps up the pain with its interviews, Jujimufu’s Ice Bath Chat cuts right to the chase, dunking its subjects into a bathtub filled with ice water. In this clip, bodybuilder Antoine Vaillant attempts to fend off the effects of hypothermia.
Artificial intelligence isn’t just powering robots, it’s already making decisions about our credit, work, insurance, safety, and other important aspects of our lives. Dress Code and HPE interviewed experts about some of the issues raised when algorithms wield such power.
(PG-13: Language) “My expectations today are that it’s gonna hurt, and tomorrow is gonna be a disaster.” Ty Burrell, best known as Phil Dunphy in Modern Family, talks about being a firefighter, dealing with rejection as an actor, making the most out of your luck and more.
(PG-13: Language) For their 100th episode, Hot Ones scored an interview with comedian and actor Hannibal Buress. As he chows on increasingly spicy wings, he chats about his move back to Chicago, fun times on The Eric André Show, and gives us a little rap freestyle.
(PG-13: Language) Notoriously snarky and egotistical musician Noel Gallagher surfs the internet, checking out social media, comments, and other content about himself and his former Oasis bandmates, and responds in kind in this delightful episode of GQ’s series Actually Me.
(PG-13: Language) For all of the grief that Jared Leto got for playing the Joker, and the stories of his over-the-top method acting, he seems like a charming and down to earth guy in British GQ’s video, in which he discusses his role in Blade Runner: 2049, and shows off his shaggy look.
(PG-13: Language) Die Antwoord’s Ninja isn’t exactly known for his political correctness, but if you can overlook that, his tale of his dealings with Drake and Kanye is too good to pass up. Julien Jourdain de Muzion’s accompanying animation is the cherry on the banana pudding.
(PG-13: Language) Run the Jewels’ Killer Mike managed to score a one-on-one interview with legendary funk musician and producer George Clinton, and hung out in one of his barbershops to chew the fat about hip-hop, doo-wop, haircuts, counterfeit cash, and more.