Here's how the game works. The two players, Hudson and Fallon, pick a box with a number on it and open it up. They and the audience are the only ones who can see the contents in that box and must describe the object(s) to the opposing player. They are allowed to lie, and therefore, the other participant must decipher whether the other player is telling the truth or not.
Turns out, Hudson is not so good at being dishonest as she never lies the entire game.
Who wins this round of "Box of Lies"? Watch the video to find out.