If you're an actor named Chris, chances are you work for Marvel Studios.

While promoting their new movie Avengers: Age of Ultron, in theaters today, co-stars Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth played "The Yes/No Show" with MTV After Hours' Josh Horowitz. The rules were self-explanatory: the host would ask the actors a question, and they could only respond with a "yes" or a "no."

It was easier said than done!

The first questions were softballs. Horowitz asked, "Chris Evans, do you understand Chris Hemsworth's accent?" The Sudbury, Mass., native replied, "Yes." The host asked, "Hemsworth, do you understand Evans' accent?" The Aussie said, "No."

Evans put on a thick Boston accent, shouting, "C'mon! Whataya talkin' about?"

Things took a turn towards the end of the game, though, when Horowitz asked the actors to comment on a Guardians of the Galaxy star. "Can we all agree Chris Pratt is the worst of all the Chrises?" he asked.

"No," Hemsworth said. "He's the best of us."

"He's better than all of us," Evans agreed. "He's tough to beat."

Evans' affection for Pratt dates back to 2011, when they co-starred in What's Your Number? with Anna Faris. "I miss your husband. I've been thinking about him a lot," he told Faris. "If you f--k that relationship up, he's mine! I'm taking him!"

The Chrises (sans Hemsworth) stayed friends, and in January 2015, they made a bet before Super Bowl XLIX. Evans rooted for his home team, the New England Patriots, while Pratt cheered for his own home team, the Seattle Seahawks. The Captain America star won the bet, of course, meaning that Pratt had to show up in costume as Star-Lord/Peter Quill at Christopher's Haven in Boston. Being the good sport that he is, Evans also suited up as his onscreen alter ego to visit Seattle Children's Hospital. He tweeted that he'd "met some TRUE super heroes!"

Together, Evans and Pratt raised more than $27,000 for the charities.

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