Seth Meyers recruited his brother, Josh and 30 Rock veteran Jack McBrayer to go head to head with The Jonas Brothers in a day drinking battle on Jan. 21! After drunk shuffleboard, the two teams wrote a NSFW song in just 5 minutes and performed it live!
The Jonas Brothers joined Seth Meyers for a booze-filled day of fun and games on Tuesday night, and it’s the funniest thing you’ll see all day. Since the JoBros are a trio, Seth wrangled his brother Josh Meyers and comedian Jack McBrayer, who he called his “emergency brother,” to even out the playing field. The brother-themed day-drinking kicked off at The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club in Brooklyn, where team Jonas and team Meyers downed various shots. The first round of included three separate shots to honor the first-born brother (Kevin), middle child (Joe), and the “baby” (Nick).
After drinking more shots and chugging countless beers, it was time for the final game. Each team had to reach into a bucket and pull out a paper, which consisted of a pop song title. Then, they had five minutes to write a song based on the title. The objective? — To perform the track on a makeshift stage, while drunk of course.
Team Meyers went first with “Drunk At Noon,” only after Seth spilled a drink and wore a tambourine as a hat. Team Jonas then took the stage to perform “In Bed By Nine” — a surprising track that contained numerous sexual references.
Funny enough, ahead of the performances, Seth cracked a joke about song-writing when Nick, Joe and Kevin took longer than expected to match hairstyles to the correct Meyers brothers during a game of “Hair Goalz.”
“Does it take you guys this long to write songs?,” Seth quipped. “Even longer, and they’re all hits,” Nick hit back.
Earlier in the day-drinking festivities, team Meyers busted on the JoBros for not being able to name the Marx Brothers. Later on, they played “What a Man Gotta Do” shuffleboard in honor of their new song. The game was pretty standard — just a normal bout of shuffleboard, but with a lot of shots and beer-chugging involved.