We wrap up our Jackass Forever interviews with the new kids on the block, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes, Sean "Poopies" McInerney and Jasper. They may be new to the team, but since they're willing to do anything to sell a joke or trick, it feels like they've been part of the team from the start.

I tell the whole group that they are a welcome addition to the Jackass team and that I think they can continue with this whole thing if that's the plan once the OGs decide to call it off. Everyone is very grateful to know that they were not disappointed on that front.

Rachel Wolfson tells me if Scorpion Botox is really the fashion choice you really want to make. In the film, Wolfson has a scorpion on her face, which continues to tremble until it stings her lips and chin. She's more than a soldier because she's recording that for the team.

I tell Sean "Poopies" McInerney that he was probably my favorite of the rookies, mostly because he reminded me of a friend from high school and he represented us all during "The Dum Dum Game" when he asked fourth-row questions class presented, the . Getting it wrong will result in a massive hit in the nuts. You realize that under pressure you can do anything wrong.

Zach Holmes gets punched a lot in the film, but I'll tell you, my favorite moment with him is during a joke called "The Silence of the Lambs," in which he and other members of the team are seen in a darkened room holding a snake think toxic is in there somewhere. Zach is led to believe he was hit by the snake, causing him to run across the room, crashing into a series of painful obstacles along the way.

Jasper invites his Dark Shark dad to join in on some of the pranks, and I tell him that his dad is the audience's voice, because while Dark Shark appears to have had a prison past, "it doesn't have that said not. Don't be afraid of spiders and vultures like the common people. Jasper was finally glad his father was involved with him.