In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Billy on the Street -- a game show in which comic Billy Eichner runs throughout the New York streets accompanied by celebrities to ask random passerby hilarious questions -- Billy brought along Chris Evans to advertise his upcoming movie Knives Out. And they just so happened to run into another Avenger.
Eichner and Evans start the the episode promoting the latest film from the Captain America star, but when the two run into Ant-Man's Paul Rudd, Eichner immediately changes the episode's direction, referencing an episode the show had in 2014 where he had asked pedestrians if they would have sex with Paul Rudd.
Grabbing the two actors, Eichner pulls them towards a woman on the street and asks her if she would rather have sex with Chris Evans or Paul Rudd. The woman explains she would choose Rudd, citing the fact he starred in Clueless, as well as his apparent agelessness. She starts a conversation with Rudd while Eichner interrupts to aggressively ask Evans to leave.
Commenters on the YouTube clip have already talked about how much they like the inclusion of Rudd in the episode, but are debating whether or not the seemingly random encounter was staged or not. That said, it seems as though not many disagree with the stranger's decision to choose Rudd.
Written, produced and directed by Rian Johnson, Knives Out stars Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Lakeith Stanfield, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Ana de Armas, and Jamie Lee Curtis, Jaeden Martell, Katherine Langford, Frank Oz, Toni Collette, Christopher Plummer, and Riki Lindhome. It is scheduled to be released on Nov. 27.