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  • -Welcome back. We are hanging out with the talented Gal Gadot.

  • Now, last time you were on our show,

  • you tried a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup for the first time.

  • -Right, and it was a very nice experience.

  • -I'm happy that that happened.

  • You also brought me an Israeli snack.

  • -Because I love you so much.

  • -Thank you, and the love is mutual.

  • Today I thought we could take turns trying some more foods

  • that we haven't had before.

  • Does that sound good?

  • -I don't know. Let's see. [ Laughs ]

  • -I know. I don't even want to look at what I'm having.

  • But alright. -[ Laughs ]

  • -I got yours. So you have stuff that you've never had before.

  • And this is the first time you're trying this.

  • So, this is a holiday classic that I personally love

  • that you've never had before.

  • It's called egg nog. Okay.

  • -Is it safe to drink?

  • -Of course it's safe.

  • -Is it with alcohol?

  • -Normally, you put rum in it, but don't have to.

  • You can have it nonalcoholic.

  • It's like -- you know, nog was a thing -- a holiday thing.

  • It's almost like a -- it's very festive,

  • a little cinnamon in there. -Okay.

  • -Yeah, I think it's -- -But the egg is cooked?

  • Like, it's okay? It's been pasteurized, right?

  • -No, I don't think the egg is cooked.

  • There's no -- You won't get clumps of egg in there.

  • -[ Laughs ] -It's just called egg nog.

  • I honestly don't even know if what you're drinking has egg.

  • -Oh, there's no eggs in this?

  • -It's all chemicals, chemical eggs.

  • -[ Laughs ] Oh, great.

  • -Take a sip. Let's see what happens.

  • Egg nog for the first time.

  • [ Laughs ]

  • You looked at me like I did something bad to you.

  • -No, it's -- it's -- it's just --

  • I don't want to hurt the people's feelings.

  • -Oh, it's not the people.

  • There is no people behind egg nog.

  • -The company. -Trust me, the world --

  • There is no company.

  • -Maybe with rum it's better, but it's just very, uh...

  • -Thick? -Thick, yeah.

  • -Alright, so you say it was almost like pudding,

  • maybe or something or what is it like?

  • -It's like pudding, but it's more liquid than pudding,

  • but it's still like...

  • -Okay, alright, so not your favorite.

  • Not your favorite. Alright, great.

  • Now, you have a food for me.

  • -Yes, the first one is --

  • You see, this is how much I like you.

  • Because I bring you sufganiyot for Hanukkah.

  • -Uh-huh. -And this is basically dough,

  • fried dough filled with jelly.

  • -What is it called again?

  • -Sufganiyot. -Soukinnia?

  • -[ Laughs ] Bless you. Sufganiyot.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -It comes in threes -- sou fing ya.

  • -[ Laughs ] "Sou fing ya!"

  • -I got one more. I got one more.

  • Come on. It's coming. It's coming.

  • Sou fing ya. Alright, here we go.

  • Alright, so I'm just gonna go -- it's like a jelly doughnut?

  • -Yeah.

  • It's the best when it's fresh out of the oil.

  • But it's delicious, right?

  • I mean, pure goodness.

  • -Un-un-unbelievable. That is delicious.

  • That's one of the best jelly doughnuts I've ever had.

  • I'll have another bite. I loved it.

  • -Yeah, go for it.

  • You see the jelly? Ah!

  • -Come on. -Now I'm jealous.

  • -I have more surprises for you.

  • -I know, but I'm not looking forward to them.

  • -No, no, these are all good. -[ Laughs ]

  • -Next up, you've got a classic American snack.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -This is Ho-Hos.

  • -Okay, this is the chocolate, right?

  • -Yes. -I like chocolate.

  • -Yeah, of course. So, these are Ho-Hos.

  • And you've never had a Ho-Ho before,

  • so this is very exciting. -Who came with the name?

  • -Santa?

  • -Like, who thought about Ho-Ho as a great name for a snack?

  • -Santa Claus.

  • -Okay. -Yeah.

  • -Okay, ready? -Here you go, Ho-Ho.

  • -It's sweet. -[ Laughs ]

  • You're a tough critic. I love it.

  • You say what you like. -No, it's good.

  • It's really sweet, it's good, it's soft.

  • -Okay. -It's soft. It's delicious.

  • I enjoy it. -I love this.

  • -I'm going to have another bite. -There you go.

  • Alright. So you like the Ho-Ho.

  • Here we go. Here we go. -Right. The Ho-Ho is good.

  • -Next up here, this is a treat for me

  • because I am very excited about this.

  • I cannot believe that you've never had this -- Taco Bell.

  • -Never. Never had that.

  • I don't even know how it's going to look like.

  • So I have two here. Which one do you want me to try?

  • -Try -- Yeah, try that one in your hand.

  • Yeah, that one. -This one?

  • -Yes.

  • -It smells good.

  • It's like a pita bread. It's like a taco.

  • -Yeah. -[ Laughs ]

  • -Probably -- yeah, hopefully, yeah.

  • It's a taco, but here we go. Taco Bell for the first time.

  • -Mmm!

  • -Look at those eyes! They're sparkling!

  • That was a win!

  • Oh, I'll take that!

  • Yes!

  • -This is the best so far.

  • -I love that too.

  • -Flavorful. -Right?

  • -It's salty.

  • -I'm so happy. -Different textures.

  • -Oh, I almost want to play a replay of your face

  • because it was honestly like, "This actually is good."

  • I would never try to trick you, just so you know.

  • I'd never do that to you. -That was really good.

  • -Oh, I love that you did this. -I'm going to have another bite.

  • -Oh, my God, I love this.

  • Gal, my last one here.

  • -Oh, this is amazing! I can't believe I've never tried them.

  • -I'm a little scared, I've got to be honest.

  • What is this? -I know.

  • It's gefilte fish. I'm sorry.

  • Look, did they bring any horseradish next to it?

  • -No.

  • -That's a problem.

  • I just don't want you to have,

  • you know, bad impression on gefilte fish 'cause --

  • [ Laughs ]

  • -Honestly, seriously, Gal, I swear this looks like

  • floating -- looks like -- honestly, you know, I can't even

  • want to say what it looks like -- floating balls.

  • -Yeah, it looks like it's worse than the egg nog.

  • -And it's like a thick gravy juice.

  • -It's not gravy. It's jelly.

  • It's like from the -- [ Laughs ] -Stop. Sorry I asked.

  • -It's from the gelatin from the bone of the fish.

  • [ Laughs ]

  • -Dude, this is so -- like, honestly --

  • I can't even lift this thing. -And the fish is the fish.

  • But it's like a cooked fish. -Oh, God.

  • I'm sorry. Oh, I can't watch. Okay.

  • -Alright, oh, God. It looks like a meatball.

  • -I'll have the Taco Bell while you eat this.

  • -No, I want you to have the egg nog!

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Alright, it looks like a meatball.

  • So it's like a fish meatball.

  • -Just shove it in already. Don't think about it too much.

  • Chew, chew, chew, chew, chew.

  • Is he okay? Is he okay? He's not okay.

  • [ Laughs ]

  • It's okay.

  • It's actually growing on you.

  • -Is it growing on me? Where?

  • [ Laughter ]

  • That's not bad.

  • I like it. -See? You did that.

  • And with a good horseradish... -With horseradish would crush.

  • -It's so good. -Hey, not bad.

  • If they changed the way it looked and the packaging...

  • -If they take away the jelly thingy.

  • -But I think -- I think I like.

  • I think gefilte fish.

  • -Jimmy Fallon likes gefilte fish.

  • -For the first time. -Success!

  • -I love this. -I've done my work in the world.

  • -Gal, you are the best. I love you.

  • Thanks for playing this game with me.

  • -I love you.

  • -You're always up for any game and you always crush.

  • I love you. I know how much work went into "Wonder Woman 1984."

  • It's in select theaters finally on IMAX December 25th.

  • It'll also be available same day on HBO Max.

  • Thank you so much.

-Welcome back. We are hanging out with the talented Gal Gadot.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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