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  • -It's time to play a game of deception

  • called "True Confessions."

  • ♪♪

  • Now, my first opponent tonight

  • is an American legend and country music icon.

  • Please welcome Dolly Parton.

  • -Hi. -Look at you.

  • Oh, you are the best.

  • Oh, Dolly, thank you so much for being here.

  • Dolly and I will be facing off against a very talented actor

  • who stars in the new movie

  • "To All The Boys: Always and Forever."

  • Give it up for Noah Centineo.

  • -Oh! Ooh, wow.

  • You're already playing the game, I see.

  • You got your game face. -We're in it.

  • -All right, here's how this works.

  • Each of us have two envelopes containing confessions.

  • One is true, the other is a lie.

  • Once you read your confession,

  • the other players will interrogate you,

  • and they have to come to a unanimous decision.

  • Is it a truth, or is it a lie?

  • Dolly, you will go first.

  • Noah, which envelope should she open,

  • number one or number two?

  • -Hmm.

  • Let's go number one.

  • -Yeah, I'm feeling that, too. -This one?

  • -Yep, I'm feeling that, too.

  • -Okay.

  • -Here we go. -All right.

  • Here I go.

  • Oh, Lordy, I'm, like, at the Academy Awards.

  • Can't get it out of the deal here.

  • Okay, sorry. -[ Laughs ]

  • -I dated a guy, and he kicked me out of a car

  • and made me walk home at night through a forest

  • with bears and bobcats.

  • -[ Laughing ] What?

  • All right. Wait a second.

  • All right. -[ Laughs ]

  • -What year?

  • Do you remember -- What year was this?

  • -Oh, I was a teenager.

  • I was about --

  • Oh, I was 17, 18 years old. -Okay, 17.

  • -Did you encounter bears and bobcats,

  • or were they just present? -Absolutely.

  • -Good question. -I heard them, felt them.

  • -Do you remember what car it was?

  • -Well, I know it was a really good car,

  • 'cause I had a date with a boy,

  • and I only dated him because he had a car.

  • -[ Laughs ] -And so it was a nice car.

  • I think it was a Chevy, maybe a '57.

  • Something like that.

  • -Why did he kick you out of the car?

  • What was the thing that happened?

  • -Well, it was a "put out or get out," uh, situation.

  • -Ah. You stepped. -So he kicked me out,

  • told me to walk home. -And you stepped.

  • I like that. -Yeah. Yeah.

  • -Put out or get out.

  • -Where was this forest?

  • -Well, this was up in

  • The Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee,

  • and we were about five miles from my home,

  • and that's way back in the mountains,

  • I mean, where there are bears and bobcats.

  • And there are those toothless

  • "Deliverance" kind of mountain men,

  • in addition to the bears and all that.

  • -Yeah, the bears don't even have teeth.

  • -That was not a pleasant place to be.

  • -Noah, I don't know.

  • Dolly is also --

  • Not only is she a talented singer and songwriter,

  • but she's also a very good actor.

  • So I don't know if this is --

  • she could be playing us like a fiddle.

  • -I'm feeling like I'm being played,

  • to be honest with you.

  • -But I also feel like Dolly is very strong,

  • and she would do something like that.

  • Like, yeah. -Oh, absolutely.

  • I think it's -- honest, I think she's telling the truth.

  • -Gosh. I'm going to say, yes, it's true.

  • -It is true!

  • -[ Laughing ] Oh, my gosh.

  • -It is true!

  • -No way. -I swear it's true.

  • But I did learn something that night, though.

  • I thought, if that ever happens to me again,

  • I'm definitely giving it up.

  • [ Laughter ] I would rather be --

  • I would rather be chewed on by a boy

  • than a bear.

  • And so I thought that -- -Oh, my gosh.

  • You are the best.

  • -Oh, my gosh.

  • -Okay. It is my turn.

  • Which envelope should I open, number one or number two?

  • Dolly? -Dolly, go ahead.

  • -I think number two.

  • -Okay.

  • Do do do do-doo. Okay.

  • I was at a party at someone's house,

  • and I heard Jeff Bezos say, "Alexa, who's your daddy?"

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Do you remember what Alexa said in return?

  • -Uh, I don't know if she answered.

  • I just thought it was just bizarre

  • that I could not -- I can't believe Jeff Bezos,

  • why would he --

  • that he would just lean in --

  • He didn't even know I was there, I don't think.

  • He just kind of leaned in and just said it to Alexa.

  • And I was like, "Did I just see that?"

  • -So, wait. Did he whisper it?

  • It was like a -- It was like a gentle, like, whisper to Alexa?

  • -No he didn't whisper "Who's your daddy?"

  • But he just kinda -- No, he said out loud.

  • I think he -- I think he knew...

  • Yeah, he knew that he was being funny, probably.

  • -Do you use Alexa a lot?

  • Are you one of those people that really do all that,

  • ask all these crazy things and ask for jokes

  • and all these weird people?

  • -I do. I use it all the time. I talk to --

  • But this is just weird, random at a party,

  • and I just saw it happen, and it's almost --

  • It's, like, rare that you would ever see

  • the guy who invented Alexa say to Alexa,

  • "Who's your daddy?"

  • -And what was he wearing?

  • What was -- What was Bezos wearing?

  • -Wearing almost this exact same outfit.

  • I am dressed like Jeff Bezos from that --

  • [ Laughter ]

  • I'm wearing the Jeff Bezos line of suits. Yeah.

  • -Well, it is time for us to say that's a lie?

  • -A lie, too.

  • -[ Laughs ] I think that's a lie.

  • -It is the truth.

  • -Is it really? -What?

  • -Oh, okay.

  • -And I was like, "What?!"

  • That is something I will never ever forget, ever.

  • It is a true story. -I guess not.

  • Well, that's a good one. I thought that was a lie.

  • -Okay. -That's incredible.

  • -We've got two truths now.

  • -Yeah, here we go. -Let's see what --

  • -Oh, interesting. You're right.

  • Noah, now it is your turn.

  • Dolly, which envelope should he open,

  • number one or number two?

  • -I think number one. -Yup, number one.

  • -All right. -Yeah.

  • In honor of all Dolly's songs.

  • Number one. -Okay.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -I want to make this a little dramatic.

  • -[ Chuckling ] Oh, my goodness.

  • Wow.

  • -Dun, dun, dun, dun, dun.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Oh, that's really -- -I once locked my father

  • in a meat locker for two hours before telling someone.

  • -Why did you wait so long if you accidentally did it?

  • -I was 9 years old, and I-I panicked.

  • And, like, I tried to get him out,

  • and then we were on a tour, and so --

  • -A tour of a meat locker?

  • -Well, no, it was a meat facility.

  • He owned, like, a restaurant back then.

  • And so we were looking

  • at different, like, meats and stuff.

  • And he took me on it,

  • but it was with a group of, like, all of his members.

  • And so --

  • -Were you the only 9-year-old there,

  • or was it a bunch of kids going around a meat locker?

  • -No, no, I was the only one. I was the only one.

  • -Did you get along with your father?

  • Did you like him? -Yeah. [ Laughs ]

  • -Oh, okay.

  • I just wanted to make sure

  • that you weren't trying to really get rid of him.

  • -Was some part of you kind of excited

  • that you did lock your dad --

  • How did you know that he was locked in there?

  • -That's what I -- [ Laughs ]

  • -He went in there, and I closed the door.

  • And then I realized that it locks from the outside,

  • but I didn't know how to unlock it.

  • And I was embarrassed to, like, go and tell someone

  • that I had locked him in there.

  • -How long was your dad in the meat locker?

  • -[ Laughing ] For two hours.

  • -What?! No, no.

  • -Was he, like, frozen?

  • Did it, like, make him sick or what?

  • -No, they're not that cold. Like --

  • -That's a good story.

  • Whether it's a truth or a lie, that's an amazing story.

  • -Oh, no. -It's scary. Wow.

  • -I'm baffled, Dolly. What do you think?

  • I'm torn, because -- -I think --

  • I kind of think that might be true.

  • -I think it's a lie.

  • I think he's playing us.

  • I think he did the sheet over his head.

  • He made the story up.

  • And he's an actor.

  • I'm going to say it's a lie.

  • -It's a lie. Yeah, it's a lie.

  • -Yes! Oh, my God.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Well, that was a good one, though.

  • -That was not bad, dude.

  • We got a true confession. -That was very good.

  • -My thanks to Dolly Parton and Noah Centineo.

-It's time to play a game of deception

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/06
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