– Remember when I wanted
the remote from you? And you pushed me into the
glass door and it broke! Ooh!
– First off, I don't know why you were trying to take the remote. I was watching TV.
– Okay. (bright orchestral music) My name's Lakisha.
– My name is Shane. – I'm Adrien.
– I'm Nathan. – And we're brothers. – This is my brother from another mother. – And this is my sister from another, the same mister!
– The same mister. Boom.
(hands clap) – [Interviewer] Who's smarter? – I got my AA with a 3.6.
– I got mine in high school. – Oh, okay.
(laughing) – [Interviewer] Who's going first? – You do it, you're older.
– Oh okay. – Respect your elders.
– Hm! Did you ever catch our parents having sex or masturbating?
(laughing) – That's fucking, Jesus Christ. – Okay.
– Oh my God. – When we use to live at the old house, I use to hear 'em all the time. It would piss me off, like ew. – It was like the middle of
the night and I walked in, and then they like freaked
out and sat up on the bed. And Dad like covered
his dick with his vest. In my little kid mind, I was
like, that's kinda weird. (laughs)
And now looking back on it, they were definitely fucking. And I walked in yeah for sure.
– Nice, well that's cool, man. – What's your best and
worst memory of our parents? – My worst memory, how
they put you in karate, and then I tried to ask a
year later if I could join and my dad yelled at me and told me no. – What, what, that was his favorite story. – I said, "Dad can I join karate?" "No!" I said, "Oh my god."
(laughing) – Spankings were bad. You know that was never fun.
– Bitch, I got beat. I got beat like a fucking slave. – Well, yeah that's because you were bad. (laughing)
– Bitch, I got my back beat with back scratchers,
belts, electrical cords. – He's from the South, so, you know. – That's on my lower back, that's not even my ass, that was my back. – What's your best and
worst memory of our father? – Best memory would be,
he put me in Girl Scouts. Our Indian-ass father went
to Girl Scout camp with me. There was like a sewing competition, and he was like, boom, boom, boom, boom. – That's what we do. – And we won the sewing
competition from our Brownies. – We weave, okay, in and out, yeah. I don't have any memories of him, but I will say he made a dope daughter and I got to have a dope sister. – Aww!
– Stop the fuck outta here. (laughing) – Which one of us was a mistake? – Ooh, definitely you.
– Now see you got me messed up.
(both laughing) – Definitely you, I wasn't a mistake. – I can't imagine either of our parents planned for either one of us.
– I know. I feel like I was probably
made in like, anger. – (laughing) So you're a hate-fuck baby? – I am a hate-fuck baby! – Definitely me.
– I don't think you should put that on yourself. – No, it was definitely
me, let's be honest. – Neither of us were a mistake. We were both planned, we were both given the same opportunities in life, so neither of us was a mistake and neither of us are a mistake. – That may be the case, but the series of events that happened over the course of my teenage years led
to me being a mistake. – Everybody has fuck-ups,
and you thinking of yourself as a mistake just isn't
like a healthy thing to do. – I'm aware of this. – Which sibling will get. (laughs) – Ask it.
– Which sibling will get more in the will? (laughs) That's fucked up
(both laughing) – Jesus Christ. – Which sibling will get more in the will? – Me. – Why?
– They like me more. I go to their house more. I do chores when I go there. They actually like me, I mean… – I'm pretty sure the parents love us all. – You're being generous, but okay. (both laughing) – Grandma and Grandpa told
me I get their house so. – Shit, that did not happen. – That did happen.
– All right, cool. – Yeah.
– Love you Grandma. – The most spoiled sibling
has to take a shot. That's you.
– Yeah. – And the bar was low.
– That is true. – So like–
I had a roof over my head. – I had roofs. – True.
– Sometimes they had holes. Ha! – The most spoiled sibling
has to take a shot. – Go ahead.
– Really? – Yeah.
(crew laughing) – I like how you, "yeah." (laughs) – Bitch, you already know that's you. You got $75 a month when
you were in middle school– – For clothes.
– I don't give a fuck. I didn't get an allowance. – Anybody in my family could answer this and they would definitely say it's him. – Just 'cause I'm the
favorite don't mean nothing. – Whatever.
– Cheers. – If you can only save mom or
dad from a burning building. – Jesus Christ.
– Who do you choose? – No.
– Just neither? – Yeah, fuck 'em both. (both laughing)
– That's terrible. – You can only save mom or
dad from a burning building who do you choose? – Oh man. (fingers tap on wood) – Are you really gonna do… – [Interviewer] Who do you
think he was going to say? – Mom, definitely, you were
definitely gonna pick– – Both or neither, because, you know. – So you gonna let both of 'em suffer? Is that how you're doing it? – Well, I'm not going to
pick one or the other. That's fucked up. – Oh okay, I'm picking Mom. – Why? – I mean Mom and I we
had our ups and downs but Dad was on a whole nother level. I'm probably gonna get
in trouble for that. – I think you'll learn to admire Dad though, like once you've
lived a little longer. – Whatever, it's whatever
– Yeah, well, socially– – Whatever.
– Everybody has their flaws. – Name a physical and or emotional wound I gave you that has taken
a long time to heal. Ooh, fuck, that's gonna hurt. – Remember when I wanted
the remote from you? And you pushed me into the
glass door and it broke! Ooh!
– First off I don't know why you were trying to take the remote. I was watching TV.
– Okay! – I looked up to you more
than anyone in my entire life I thought you were the
coolest fucking person and then you dipped for maybe
like six months to a year. And I didn't understand what was going on because I was young. – You're right, just somethings happening. – I didn't get it. We saw you walking and
mom and dad picked you up and it was my birthday and
you didn't say happy birthday. And after that I was
like, I love this dude more than I loved anyone
in my entire life. I can't love anyone. – Oh my god, I wanna hug you. – Don't, don't tear up, you're fine. – No, I love you.
– You're fine, do you wanna… It happened, it built my
character, do you know what I mean? – Should we stick our
parents in a nursing home? Push came to pull and
I had to move back home to take care of them and
possibly quit my job, I would definitely do that.
– Yeah. – 'Cause regardless of our
relationship growing up, they're still my parents. – I would move in, too, I
would take care of them. – Move in, bitch, you already live there. Where you moving to?
– Well, I… (laughs) – Where are you moving to? – Should we see more of each other? If so, who's to blame
for that predicament? You.
– Who's to blame for us seeing more of each other? – Not seeing more of each other, you. You don't text back. – I text back. – Who, not me.
– Not you, but… (laughs) – We definitely don't ever see each other. Unless its a holiday, legit. (chuckles) – Who's to blame?
– Who's to blame? You have a vehicle so what's your excuse? – So do you! You've had a vehicle
longer than me actually 'cause when we graduated, who got the car? (both laughing) – You wanna hang out?
– Yes! – Do you wanna kick it?
– Yeah. – You wanna be homies?
– All the time! – Yeah? – [Interviewer] Do you
wish you talked more? – Should we talk more? No.
(laughs) 'Cause I'm satisfied with where we're at. – So why can't you just come up here? – 'Cause you don't ask, that's why. You've never asked me to
come over and hang out. – [Interviewer] Do you want
to see more of each other? – Oh yeah, we could easily
see more of each other. – No.
– Well, first off– – (laughs) I was just joking. – We're cool right?
– Always, shit. – We didn't fuck each other up. – I can't fucking dump you.
– We're not mad at each other. – Hopefully.
– You're my fucking sister. – You can't dump me? – [Both] Go to playtruthordrink.com – Buy it, it's cheap as fuck. Play Truth or Drink at home.
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