– [Mark] Hey Coyote? – [Coyote] Yeah. – [Mark] Come here. Tell me what this
fruit smells like. – [Mario] Sweet, what are those? – [Mark] Smell that fruit. – Jennifer, what is this? – [Jennifer] It’s called noni. – Noni? – [Mark] Smell that. (retching) (laughter) – Oh gosh, what is that? – [Mark] You can eat it. – [Jennifer] It’s noni
and it’s very healthy. – [Mark] It’s good for you. – People eat that? No. – [Mark] It’s good for you. – That is not good for you. – I think Coyote needs
to eat a noni fruit. – No, I’m not eating that.
– What do you think, Mario. – [Mario] Yeah. – Mario, do you think so? – As long as it’s not me, sure. – [Mark] Coyote. – No, I’m not eating that. – Alright, I’m gonna
pick one for you, ready? – [Coyote] I’m not eating it. – [Jennifer] I challenge
you to eat one. – [Mark] Come on, swallow
it, swallow it, swallow it. (retching) – [Jennifer] Oh my god. (upbeat jungle music) – [Mark] What’s wrong, Coyote? – I don’t want to
eat this fruit, I don’t want to eat this fruit. Like, you guys have no
idea how bad it smells. And the minute I
smelled it I gagged, and then Jennifer
said, “You can eat it.” I’m like, maybe you could,
but I don’t want to. And then she kinda went
off on this tangent about how it’s healthy
and she’s gonna eat it, and if she’s gonna eat
it, I’ve gotta eat it. Now here we are, a few
minutes away from eating a puke fruit or
whatever it’s called. (suspenseful music) You’re already sitting
here, this is ridiculous. This is the most absurd thing
I’ve ever done on location. Right now we are at Kids
Saving the Rainforest, here in Costa Rica
talking about conservation and education and we’re
out there in the field and Mark says, “Hey,
come smell this fruit.” Now, often times I
think, oh it’s a fruit, it may not be the
prettiest fruit, but it probably smells pretty
good, it’s fruit, right? People eat fruit. I yell out to you, “Oh Jennifer,
can you eat these things?” I take a whiff of
it and it is rancid. And what is it called? – [Jennifer] Noni. – [Coyote] Noni. – [Mark] So Jennifer,
tell us about this fruit. What’s to know about
the noni fruit? – The reason we want to eat this is it’s very healthy for you. – Nobody wants to eat this. – Look in any heath food store
and you will see noni drink, and we’re getting
the natural that we just picked off the tree and
it’s very good for everything, diabetes, heart, you name it. So we’re gonna get you
nice and healthy today. – [Mark] Yeah, it’s
good for you, man. – Is there anything
healthy about throwing up? Because that, honestly guys,
that is what’s gonna happen. I have a squeamish stomach. I can take bullet ant stings,
snapping turtle bites, not a problem, but when it
comes to like, (retching) nauseous things, I
gagged when I smelled it. Here I’m gonna pick up a piece
and show it to the camera. Oh, it’s squishy, oh it’s
falling apart in my fingers. It’s kind of like a
giant grub, look at that. Why does it look like a
grub when it’s a fruit? Nothing about this says,
“Eat me, I’m healthy.” Who is the first person
that would’ve ever thought to put something this
stinky in their mouths? Just. – [Mark] You gonna smell that? What’s it smell like? Can you describe the smell? – It’s like milk has
been sitting in the sun for several days, you
poured that milk into a rubber boot, you
stepped in dog poop, put your foot into the
boot with the rancid milk, and then you walked around
in the jungle for an hour, you poured that out into
some sort of a balloon, and then you said, eat it. Imagine that. And this is healthy. – Mm-hmm. – That sounds
completely made up. You’re just squishing
it up with your fingers. What is the matter with you? That is so, oh my gosh,
I’m getting a waft of it. Oh, you’ve eaten this before? – I’m just checking for worms. – Worms? Ugh. (laughter) Alright, so how do we do this? Do I just bite into this
like it’s a puke potato or whatever? Like, I’m gonna throw up. – [Mark] You named it,
what’d you call it? Puke fruit? – It’s a puke fruit. You call it a noni? I call it a puke fruit. Or a puke potato, you choose. Either way, you guys are about to see my lunch come
back up into a bucket. – [Mark] So where’s
the bucket at? – It’s right here. – [Mark] So you’re not kidding. You think you’re
really going to– – If I can even manage
to get it in my mouth and chew it for a
couple of seconds, I will be very proud of myself. (laugher) This is, easier to get
stung by a bullet ant, I’m not even kiddin’. Alright. Alright, just for good measure, cause I know you guys
all wanna hear it, I’m Coyote Peterson,
and I’m about to enter the puke zone with
the puke fruit. I can’t believe this,
alright, my heart’s racing. One, two, three. – [Mark] You gotta swallow it. You gotta swallow it. Nope, fight it, fight it. (retching) (laughter) (retching) – I got too much. – [Mark] No, you
gotta get one down. (laughter) You have to swallow
at least one bite. – I can’t do it! – [Mark] You gotta swallow
it, at least one bite. – [Mario] You’re doin’ good. (retching) (laughter) – [Mark] Okay, nope. You got this, you’ve got this. You gotta swallow it, at least
a little bite, a mini bite. A mini bite. That’s not a mini bite, come on. Come on, swallow it,
swallow it, swallow it. (retching) (laughter) Jennifer, how’s yours? – Just as bad as
his, I hate to say. I thought I could win, and I don’t think I’m winning. – [Mark] No, you’re winning. You’re actually eating yours. – Mm-hmm. And swallowing it. (retching) Oh my god. Wow. (retching) – [Mario] That’s the real stuff. (laughter) Oh my god, that’s
the real stuff. – [Mark] You all right buddy? Do you feel healthy? – I told you this
was gonna happen. – [Mark] Do you feel healthy? (laughter) – I think all the fried
foods have come out. (retching) (laugher) Well guys, I think
it’s safe to say that I have failed the
puke fruit challenge. (retching) – Oh my god. – Did you even eat any of it? – [Mark] Oh yeah, she’s
halfway through hers. – Wanna see a real man? – [Mark] Oh my
goodness, let’s see it. (cheering and applause) Alright, all’s fair, all’s
fair, I’m gonna try some. – Are you really? – [Man] No way! – [Mark] Give me some. – Be careful, I
mean, he’s serious. – There’s no worms
in this, right? – [Jennifer] No,
no, no, there’s not. – Here, somebody hold this. – [Jennifer] Someone
needs to hold the camera. And there’s the puke
bowl for you, Mark. – It’s really bad. – [Coyote] Swallow it,
swallow it, swallow it. (laughter) – Oh my goodness,
it’s like bad cheese. – [Jennifer] Yeah,
worse than that. – [Mark] All right, Coyote,
that was awful, I’ll agree, bad. – I’m thinkin’ it’s safe to
say that the puke fruit– – [Mark] Oh, oh, oh, oh. – Definitely lives
up to its name. Jennifer, you won that one. I’m Coyote Peterson,
be brave, stay wild. We’ll see you on
the next location. Oh, that was so gross. – [Mark] He just put
his hand in the puke. (laughter) – [Coyote] Eating the puke
fruit was pretty disgusting, but was it as bad a
drinking prickly pear juice from a sweaty sock? If you missed that one,
make sure to go back and watch our Zombie
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