Irish actor Jamie Dornan is the latest guest to brave the gauntlet on the hugely popular YouTube series "Hot Ones."

In the new episode released today, March 7, Dornan, a native of Co Down, chats with host Sean Evans about his series "The Tourist," as well as his films including "The Siege of Jadotville," and, yes, even "Wild Mountain Thyme."

In the episode, Evans asked Dornan: "Which of your films or TV projects would you say would most likely earn you a free pint at an Irish pub, and which one do you think is most likely to get you punched in the face?"

Dornan takes the bizarre question like a champ and answers with a laugh: "In Ireland?

"This might be the easiest answer of my life.

"I did a film for Netflix called 'The Siege of Jadotville,' which is a true story about an Irish Army in The Congo in 1961.

"I think a lot of Irish people are happy that I told that story, I'm pretty certain that someone's bought me a pint for bringing that story to light.

"And then I did a film with Emily Blunt called 'Wild Mountain Thyme,' that, kind of, everyone hated."

Evans, laughing, asked: "Like they addressed it with you?"

Dornan replied: "They address. They addressed it with me, face to face. A lot of people address it in print.

"So, yeah. I think that was probably the thing that would -- I don't think anyone's going to punch me in the face, I really hope not."

Thankfully, Dornan is on the rebound after "Wild Mountain Thyme" with his smash hit series "The Tourist," the second season of which was set and filmed in Ireland.

You can check out Jamie Dornan on "Hot Ones" here: