Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen stopped by to promote "Funny People" and Judd told the crew he based the movie on the time he spent as Adam Sandler's roommate. Judd said Adam was an honest roommate: "He'd say, 'Yeah, let's go to the Red Lobster. But give me 10 minutes. I'm gonna go whack it.'" Seth said he did the same thing with his old roommates: "It was a little gay. We realized it was more time-effective if we all jacked off at the same time."
Howard asked the guys why their "Knocked Up" co-star, Katherine Heigl, was going around saying the film was sexist, and Seth simply replied with a reference to "The Ugly Truth," her poorly-reviewed new romantic comedy: "That sounds like it really puts women on a pedestal."
Seth also revealed that principal photography for "The Green Hornet" would begin in a month and said he'd lost a lot of weight for the role: "I'm thin but I'm not strong. I'm just malnourished now."
'Entourage' Ain't So Pretty Itself
Howard asked Seth about the "Entourage" episode in which the characters repeatedly call him ugly. Seth explained: "Apparently the guy who writes the show doesn't care for me that much."
Judd laughed: "It's funny because it's a bunch of incredibly ugly guys debating whether or not Seth is ugly."