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Ken Jeong Performs a Physical While Eating Spicy Wings | Hot Ones

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Ken Jeong is known for his massively popular films like The Hangover and Crazy Rich Asians, his many hit TV shows including Community and The Masked Singer, and his hilarious standup—his first comedy special, “You Complete Me, Ho,” is out now on Netflix. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the multitalented actor and former physician faces off against Sean Evans and the wings of death. As he battles the heat, Jeong dispels common medical myths, discusses his encounters with NBA legends like Shaq and Kevin Durant, talks about his first Prince concert, and even gives Sean a free check-up. You don’t want to miss this one!

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34 thoughts on “Ken Jeong Performs a Physical While Eating Spicy Wings | Hot Ones

  1. I really like Ken Jeong as a guy, but his medical skills are… lackluster.
    You don't use only 10 percent of your brain (https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-people-only-use-10-percent-of-their-brains/).
    Your bladder can't burst under normal conditions, you'd just start to pee uncontrollably (https://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-05/fyi-can-bladder-actually-burst/),
    and spicy food definetly doesn't cause ulcers (https://www.livescience.com/22450-does-spicy-food-really-cause-ulcers.html)

  2. Wait I just want to be clear that spicy foods don’t give you ulcers but they can make existing ulcers feel worse. Stomach ulcers are caused by a bacteria called H pylori!! Don’t be afraid to keep eating spicy foods!

  3. Jeong is totally wrong about ulcers being caused by "spicey" food. The stomach lining of someone prone to ulcers is bothered most, physiologically (not how the person senses his or her condition), by animal proteins, especially milk. Hot peppers are excellent for the health of both the stomach and the entire alimentary system, even if it's hot coming out.

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