Arnold Schwarzenegger enters Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts Hall of Fame

Arnold Schwarzenegger gave The Late Late Show with James Corden one of its best Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts segments.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has led a very interesting life in which he has worn many hats. He’s been a bodybuilder, an actor, and a governor. We can now add Late Late Show with James Corden legend to his resume after his appearance in “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts.”

“Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” may be James Corden’s most recognizable bit outside of “Carpool Karaoke.” The premise combines equal parts celebrity gossip with Fear Factor. Corden’s willingness to play along with each guest is part of what makes the segment one of his most popular.

And while the “food” options have remained relatively the same through each installment, the level of commitment from the guests has varied. Standout performances have come from Kendall Jenner, Will Ferrell, and Jimmy Kimmel. Others have been less enthusiastic or perhaps fielding questions that weren’t as entertaining to fans.

On Wednesday night, Arnold Schwarzenegger left no doubt that he was one of the game’s all-time greats. He brought just about everything to the table you could want. He answered questions honestly, landed some pretty funny one-liners, and did his best to pressure Corden into spilling his guts rather than filling them.

Corden has mastered this game when it comes to eating or drinking whatever concoction is placed in front of him. Either that, or he has the worst gag reflex imaginable. The comedian rarely keeps anything in his mouth for longer than a second before spitting it out.

That was the case with question one when asked which of the dozen or so late night shows he would cancel. Being a gentleman, Corden opts not to suggest anyone should be out of a job. But if we had to guess, Real Time with Bill Maher may have been on Corden’s mind.

Schwarzenegger set the bar pretty high with his first answer. He admitted that he was well aware of the subliminal message slipped into a letter to a California legislator during his time as governor.

Next, Corden reveals the details behind a private conversation he had with Ivanka Trump at a recent wedding. Nobody likes being confronted by drunk wedding guests and it must be especially awkward when your father is the president of the United States.

Corden also kept his manners when asked about the money involved in his new contract with CBS. It must have been a pretty good amount if Corden was willing to eat bug trifle on air for his employer despite what the comedian said.

Schwarzenegger didn’t really drop any dirt on Donald Trump for his final question but Corden gave him a pass. The actor made it out of the game without having to eat anything until an unprecedented fourth question was put on the table. An impressive performance to say the least.

The Terminator: Dark Fate star wasn’t all that impressed with the questions and was clearly expecting much, much worse from the Late Late Show writers. Maybe next time. We all know how much Arnold Schwarzenegger likes a sequel.