Groom & Groomsmen Play Truth or Drink | Cut
– [Groom] Am I rushing this? – [Man] I thought at the very beginning that maybe it was a little early. – You’re out of the fucking grooms party. (laughter) Get out. (Orchestral music) – [Interviewer] Hey y’all. – [Woman] Hey.
– [Groom] Hi. – Hey. – How you doing? – Feeling good.
– Good. I think. – Who are you guys? – [Austin] I’m Austin and
these are my grooms people. – [Caston] I’m Caston.
I am already married. – [Nicole] I’m Nicole.
I’m also already married and I’m also a mom. – [Austin] To being friends
for four to five years? – [Interviewer] Who wants to start us off? – Caston does. – In the event of your untimely death, which one of us would you rather have date your fiancée? (laughter) – [Austin] I guess Caston. Just because I just feel
like her sexual needs might be met better. – Fair. – I just don’t know how your
wife would feel about it. You know? – We’ll cross that bridge. (laughter) – I’m going to just move
on ’cause I don’t… Now I’m thinking about
you guys having sex. – I wouldn’t disappoint her honestly so don’t worry about it. – Thanks man. I appreciate that. Out of all the partners I’ve had, where does my fiancée rank in terms of attractiveness, humor, and intelligence? – Oh. Number one. Superwoman with a cape, please come save Austin. – Well. I mean I don’t know if I’d put it that far. – Be honest.
– Okay. – How freaky and nasty do you
want the bachelor party to be? Do you have any requests? – I’ve never been a
big fan of strip clubs. They make me feel weird and
I’m losing money real fast. – Fair. – Just two things I try
not to do with my time. If I genuinely really wanted
to go to a strip club- – I would not go. – Oh, nevermind.
– Nope. – Absolutely not.
– Didn’t see that one coming. So let’s just do a house party. – All right, let the strippers
into the house party. – (whispers) Thank you. I’m just kidding. Don’t do that. – How did you choose your groomsmen? And why aren’t I the best man? (awkward laugh) – You’re not the best
man because the best man has been my best friend since third grade. You’re just not going to
get there man. I’m sorry. There’s no workout routine for that. – Where is he on the rank scale? Austin ranks his friends! – I do. I have a hierarchy. Best man is here. Nicole is here. And then Caston, you’re here.
– This is like a set up. You’re a great person, but… – You’re in the goddamn grooms party. – I’m not hurt. I’m not hurt. – Am I rushing this? – I don’t think so. I don’t think that when you decide who the right person is,
there’s a time limit on it. – I thought at the very beginning that maybe it was a little early. – You’re out of the fucking grooms party. Get out. Give me my bow tie back and get out. – It’s the first line of my speech! – What’s the worst thing your fiancée has said about us? Please be honest. – You know what? Fuck it. Yeah, I’ll just…
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. – You know what I mean? – No, you don’t have
to. He’s not answering. – I know I don’t have to. (orchestral music) – Who’s your least favorite
of my fiancée’s friends? That’s an easy question. – Are you going to get mad at me this time if I actually say the truth?
Or should I just take a shot? – My least favorite person is you. But-
– I didn’t see that coming. That is offensive. – No. Hear me out. (yells) You sit there and let me explain to you. We haven’t really gotten the
chance to know each other. Like everyone else I can think of like Noah, Dan. I’ve
actually sat down with them and got to know for over
a longer period of time. – So that equals: “I don’t like you”? – Least favorite right? – No.
– Okay. – That wasn’t the question.
– No. – Who’s your least favorite? – Read the card again please. – Who’s out of the entire friend group and you pick me?
– Who’s your least favorite. – Out of all your friends. – But I know you the least. – Oh, Jiminy Christmas tree. He needs to be out of the bridal party. (banter) – Hear me out. Hear me out. – I am a tier above you. I’m a whole rank. – All right. Hold on. Hold up. When we first started working together, you would confront a lot
of people in front of me. – I’m also so confrontational.
That’s just who I am. So if you don’t like me then you’re not going to like me now. – I just saw you out of context. I’d like to hang out with you in context. That’s it. – Please drink. – Don’t punch me. – Please drink.
– Say something. – No thanks. – Good one to end one. Did super good there. (laughter) – Good content. – Sick. – All right, c’mon. That’s not that bad. I’m being honest with you, right? – [Interviewer] Shots? – (laughs) All right. To the beginnings of a budding friendship? – Wait. How about to me getting married? – I like that better. – Yeah. Yeah. Let’s go
with that one. Okay. – Buy the Truth of Drink game now. You definitely don’t
want to miss out on this. It’s a (beep) blast.