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Blake Griffin has a torn meniscus and a strong desire to be everyone’s favorite, post-Shaq “funny athlete”, so he’s got a lot of free time to show up on YouTube chat shows and joke about being home schooled. Today’s appearance is on ‘Metaphysical Milkshake’, the latest effort from SoulPancake and The Office star Dwight Schrute Rainn Wilson. It’s one part Between Two Ferns, two parts Jon Benjamin Has A Van and minus three parts Zach Galifianakis and H. Jon Benjamin.
Regardless, Griffin has always been a funny interview, so it’s as enjoyable as always to watch him ask for Steve Carrell’s phone number and reveal that he texts pictures of his junk to comedians. Oh, and he quit the Olympic team because he’s afraid of “most of the Chinese big men”. Good stuff.
Video is below. /Halpert face
It’s weird watching Rainn Wilson in anything now that doesn’t devolve into three different romance stories.
[h/t Ball Don't Lie]
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Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers was lured into Rainn Wilson (The Office) the back of his van to chat about the Olympics, basketball, his knee surgery, and some of ‘life’s big questions.’ Having Rainn Wilson interview anyone is good enough, but when you toss in Blake Griffin you are treated to viral goodness.
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