Check it out! We managed to get Phil and Wes from Wong Fu Productions on The Couch with Clarissa and Natasha, and you know ANYTHING goes on the couch…

In this case, there was a lot of eating involved. Local delicacies and stuff. Watch the video.

Phil and Wes were in Malaysia to promote their first feature film, Everything Before Us, and to meet some lucky fans (like Clarissa and Natasha).

The guys were brought in by JinnyBoyTV, who also had some time on The Couch. Check out their episode here:

You can actually see JinnyBoy himself pacing back and forth in the background for most of the video. What a #videobomber…

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