– Bro. Bro. Oh, I think we found my phobia. – Cid, is my name. I’m a music producer. – I’m pretty scared of heights. I’m kind of scared of
the dark too, I guess. Okay, sounds fun. (air horn sounding) – Clowns. I believe the individual to my far right is afraid of clowns. She refused to look at him. Are you scared of clowns? – Yes I am. – Come on up, come on up. So when did you realize
you were afraid of clowns? – It was around the age of seven, I watched the movie It,
my aunt actually forced me to watch the movie with her. Circuses, mm, haunted houses, mm. – How scary is this clown
on a scale of one to ten? ‘Cause he doesn’t even have the shoes. I just wanted to point that out. Like, that’s not even a full clown we’re talking about. He’s married too, so he
can’t be that bad. (laughs) (air horn sounding) – No. – Would you like him to leave? – Yes. – You feel better? – I do, thank you.
– That’s good. How bad is it affecting your life? – Clowns aren’t just
walking around the world, – Yeah, they are. – As often anymore.
– Oh yeah they are, trust me, there’s a bunch
of clowns out there. (Woman retching) Someone just puked in a
bucket and left it for me. Vomit. Yeah I’m cool with vomit. I couldn’t tell who was scared, but I would guess, that this wonderful lady
is the one with the phobia. Can I borrow you for a second please? – (Laughs nervously) Okay. – Please, I’m Cid by the way. – Sarah. – Sarah, would you like
to smell this bucket? – Sure. Mhm. – Doesn’t seem to be your phobia. – Wanna smell that? – Yeah. – Good, bueno, hi. – Hi. – Oh. Ding ding ding. Wanna come with me up here for a second? Why are you scared of puke? – I don’t really know,
but whenever someone throws up around me, I just panic and like I’ll have an anxiety
attack and stuff like that. – How did you feel just now when someone puked in this bucket? – I’m sweaty right now. I tried to think about something else. – How do you feel when you puke yourself? – I’ll feel sick and then
it makes me really anxious. – Do you want to overcome this phobia? – At some point. – Well there’s no better time than now, and we’ve got a bucket of puke right here like, would you touch it? – No, no, no. – You don’t even have to look. – Mm-mm. – Would you put your hand in the bucket but not touch anything? – No, thank you though. – Yeah. – Cotton balls. I’ve heard of people, being grossed out by the sound of cotton rubbing, but I didn’t realize there was a phobia. – Throw it at them. Every one of them, one by one. Like, if I just like. See like, they’re not, no one’s, no one’s, is this even real? Oh. (laughs) How’s it going? – Been better. – Been better. Is this freaking you out? May I ask why? – Partially because of what you said. The way it feels, the way it sounds. If I touch it, like my teeth hurt. – Whoa.
– Yeah. – Do you wear cotton? – No, unless it’s really low percentage and like I can’t feel it. – So it’s not cotton balls specifically? – No. – It’s cotton. Do you want to get over this phobia? – I mean, actually that
would be kind of nice. I could like, have cotton things. – Right? Cotton everything. – Yeah, right?
– Yeah, cotton house. So when I threw the cotton ball at you, were you infuriated? – To be honest, you kind of disappeared. Everybody disappeared. I just saw this white
coming towards me, like no. – Thank you very much, and sorry I threw a cotton ball at you. – Bro. Bro. Oh. (laughs) I’m sorry. I think we found my phobia. It looks like a shpider. – Bro, you’re asking too
much of me right now. Nah, yeah, oh my God. Why can’t I do this? Hi, nope, no I can’t. – I’ma just like see what happens if I wander back here
a little bit, you know? See if anyone starts moving and grooving. And uh, hi. (Cid laughs) – Alright man, I’ll
keep this way over here. So, what’s up with spiders man? – Alright so, I’m from Guam, right? – Okay, oh. Yeah go ahead, please continue. – Alright, so little ten year old me, hungry, trying to get some food
in the back, in the garden. I grabbed it, a whole
bunch of spider fell on me. – How many? – Thousand of those. – Thousands of these? – Thousands of those fell on my body. – Yo.
– Passed out. – You passed out? – Yeah, I passed out. – When you run into spider webs, when you’re walking around,
how freaked out do you get? – Shit, I’ll start passing out. – Dang. You’re not trying to get over this phobia?
– No I’m not. – No.
– Best get the hell away from me though. – Oh bro, I’m keeping it over here. I’m not gonna, oh uh uh. (speaks another language) I’m like I don’t know
what y’all giving me. I got nuts. Everyone, have some nuts. Here you go. Can everyone just like, all
the nuts, in your mouth? Ahh. Is someone afraid of making
peanut butter manually? Do you have some sort
of nut-related phobia? – Whoa, so this is,
– Yeah. – this is for you.
– Yeah. – Why are you afraid of
your teeth falling out? – My mom told me that her orthodontist tightened her braces way too tight and so her front tooth built up with blood and they had to remove it and all that. That was just like a huge fear of mine. – Because of that, is there
any foods you’re like no? – Peanut brittle, I know for sure I would not eat that.
– Yeah. – Thank you.
– Thanks. Oh, what toothpaste do you use? – Um.
– I gotta know. – Colgate. – Colgate? – It’s a ladder. I think someone’s afraid of going up it. Would you like to climb up on this ladder? – Sure. – Can you hear me up there? (laughs) Is that the highest you can go? – I think that’s as high as I’ll go. – Is it somewhat of a phobia
for you to go any higher? – Mhm.
– Oh it is? – Yeah.
– Okay. Do you know the height at
which your phobia kicks in? – The third step I guess, I don’t know. – Third step? When did you find out about this phobia? – I was like 13 or 14 on a family trip, driving in Yosemite park. I fell asleep on the window
and I guess we were driving on the side of the cliff or whatever. I woke up and I just see
all the way straight down and I started bawling. – I can see how that’s traumatic. Fine, thank you.
– Mhm. – Here you go. – Aww. Hi.
– Hi. – You wanna meet my friend?
– (laughs nervously) No. – No? Why are you afraid of bunnies? – Well they’re creepy,
and I had a bad experience when I was seven years old. It was my first experience with rabbits and I was just petting it and
it started to hump my arm. I don’t like that. I don’t like being humped
by anything I just meet. – (laughs) Oh my God. – See?
– No. – He’s chilling. – Yeah, I bet. (laughs nervously) Nope. – Look at how cute he is.
– Yeah. – [Man] Run. (All laughing) – Do you go to therapy for this? – Not for this. – Not for this. Have you ever eaten bunny? – I have eaten bunny, it’s delicious. – Whoa, so dead bunny is cool? – I mean, I’m not gonna go and pick up a dead bunny and eat it, but if someone’s gonna pay for me to have rabbit
at dinner, I’m eating it. – Yeah.
– Yeah. (dramatic music) – That was fun. Definitely found out I’m
more afraid of spiders than I thought. – I’m not laughing, well I don’t feel bad because I’m not laughing at their phobias. I’m laughing at phobias in general. Like, it’s crazy seeing this affect them and some of them getting violent. The psychology of it is
what I’m laughing at. – Cool. (applause)