Though Billy Eichner's character on his show "Billy on the Street" is loud, the 37-year-old comedian doesn't really yell in real life.
On the show, which had its Season 4 premiere on truTV Thursday night, Eichner's persona, also named Billy, runs around the streets of New York City asking pedestrians rapid-fire questions on pop culture. Topics have included "Dead or Boring?" and "Name 20 White People in 30 Seconds."
Reporter: So I don't have cash in hand... but I'm going to attempt one of your lightning rounds. I promise I won't yell.
Eichner: You can do whatever you want. You can yell at me. I'm excited.
Reporter: OK, "Who's better, Taylor Swift or Emma Stone?"
Eichner: In my humble opinion, I'm more of an Emma Stone type of guy.
Reporter: "Would you have sex with Paul Rudd for a dollar?"
Eichner: Yes, I'd pay him [laughs].
Reporter: "Cate Blanchett or Curious George?" (A question asked at the 46-second mark in this clip).
Eichner: Who do I prefer? Depends on the role!
Reporter: "The price just feels SO right: How much is this pen? [Holds up generic ballpoint pen] If you guess right you get to keep it."
Eichner: $2.99? No? Well, no one uses a pen anyway.
Reporter: "Meryl-go-round": What are the names of Meryl Streep's children?
Eichner: There's a few there's Mamie Gummer, AH Grace... Mamie and Grace are the actresses. Henry her son is a musician. I think there's one more!
For more news on the entertainment industry, follow me @saba_h.