ONE PLAYBOY: In My Super Ex-Girlfriend, you play a guy who breaks up with Uma Thurman, only to discover that she’s a superhero. Now, we can buy the whole superhero conceit, but do you really expect us to believe that anybody would willingly dump Uma Thurman?
ONE PLAYBOY: On NBC’s My Name In Earl, you play a former criminal whose discovered Karma. He makes a list of 200 people he’s wronged in his life and vows to make amends. Who’s on your list?
ONE PLAYBOY: You’re starring in an NBC show called The Office, based on a British sitcom by the same name. A lot of critics thought it was foolish to recreate such an iconic and beloved cult comedy. Now that you’re returning for a second season, do you feel personally vindicated?
ONE PLAYBOY: Your latest film, Skeleton Key, is a horror thriller. This is a big change for you, as you’re known mostly for romantic comedies. How was the experience different from what you’re accustomed to, aside from needing to scream more?
ONE PLAYBOY: Taxi is your first major film role since leaving Saturday Night Live. Are you worried about making the leap from TV to movies?