"There’s definitely an ironic culture that emerged in the past couple of years, and I’m very much a part of that, maybe even a face of it."
"I don’t know what it is!”
Also featuring Jake Johnson and Mark Duplass.
See Nina Dobrev, Woody Harrelson, Melissa McCarthy, and more in this month's roundup.
That will be one very funny yet extremely self-effacing baby.
Watch out, Eva Mendes.
Chris Pratt swallows swords. Hehe.
The more she hates you, the more you love her.
Improv Everywhere needs your money, and it's not a prank. Also, Aubrey Plaza pretty!
Aubrey Plaza, Casey Wilson, Michaela Watkins, Lake Bell, Ellie Kemper, and Lizzy Caplan needed training, so they sought out Peggy Dvorak (Megan Mullally in an EXCELLENT wig).
Moody, sullen Aubrey channels ... moody, sully April in a gaming geek's mindsplosion.
"I was like, 'We worked together, didn't we? You look so familiar.'"
While Chris Pratt watches.
Plus: Ashley Rickards wants to play a dumb blonde, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Did the forcefield just stop to take a breath?
It ends on exactly the effervescent note you'd think it might.
Sitcom Soul Mates Ellie Kemper and Aubrey Plaza Reminisce About Ill-Advised Bus-Station Sandwiches (and Other Things)
Plaza: "My first day in L.A., I dressed like a hag and I ran down Rodeo Drive screaming at the top of my lungs."
Aubrey Plaza on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Why She’s More Than Just ‘That Girl Who Rolls Her Eyes’
The 'Park and Recreation' star on avoiding typecasting, the weirdness of Comic-Con, and why April and Andy were meant to be.
Their little girl is going to prom!
How did the world live without the insult "jazzhole" until now?
Parks and Rec's Pawnee = The Simpsons' Springfield.
Plus: Michael Cera finally has enemies.