Chris Evans, Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show

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Chris Evans got wet 'n' wild on NBC's The Tonight Show Tuesday.

The 34-year-old actor stopped by Studio 6B in Rockefeller Center to promote his new movie, Captain America: Civil War, in theaters this Friday. After sharing a clip from the blockbuster and telling a few cute stories about his dog and his niece, Evans and host Jimmy Fallon played a new game. "Captain America was frozen for 70 years and we're going to see who gets frozen tonight," Fallon told viewers. "The game is called 'Frozen Blackjack,' OK? So, we're going to play the first round and then we're going to see what happens. I'll just deal normal blackjack to you."

Realizing that his guest likely had the upper hand—it was Evans' idea, after all—Fallon admitted, "I don't like this game already."

Unfortunately for Fallon, Evans was feeling extra competitive. "Flip it over. Normally the dealer would stay on 17, but you know what? Flip it over," he said. "I dare you."

That's when the twist was revealed. "Do you see this? Do you see this?" the actor said, holding a big pitcher. "It's ice water!" Fallon asked where the funnel was "ending up," to which Evans smirked and said, "I should have made that clear: You're going to go down your pants, big guy." Fallon put the funnel down the front of his pants and asked, "Can I sit down? I hate this game!"

Next, it was Evans' turn to deal. Luck wasn't on his side, so he tried to trick Fallon into a re-do. "It's a push! So that means we clear it out! We clear it out!" he explained. "We're going again!"

But Fallon was onto him. "You lose!" he said.

"All right, I'll lose! I'll lose," Evans conceded. "I'm ready!"

As Evans got into position, Fallon asked, "Is that in your undies?"

Chris Evans, Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show

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After seeing Evans' animated reaction, Fallon said, "I kind of like the game now!" Before the final round began, he added, "I thought of another game for this: We can call this 'Chilly Willy.'"

To see who lost and got soaked as a result, watch the video above.

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