>>>You know who we love? Justin long and all his movies, “Dodgeball,” “He’s just not that into you,” but a new one has everyone talking.>>”Life is short with Justin long,” and we love him around here, has launched recently, but it’s already a hit, brother. People love it.>>People have been very nice about it, which is so nice to hear.>>Yes.>>And yeah, I do it with my brother, so it’s very personal and we’ve been having so much fun doing it.>>But there’s so many podcasts out today.>>Yeah.>>What is it, what’s the hook that you’ve got with everybody? Is it the naughty, the fun thing with your brother, you take baths together?>>Yeah, like a bathtub, so we’re naked in a tub. You don’t see any of that –>>But you feel it.>>Because who would want to see that? Why would you ever air something like that on television?>>I don’t know what you mean. I don’t know what you mean –>>Oh, sorry.>>They’re still here.>>No, I’m going to watch that show, I think. But the hook is, you know, we’re not reinventing the wheel or inventing the wheel. Why reinvent something that is already so good?>>It’s rolling.>>Yeah, it already works, but just a different voice, I guess. And yeah, it’s — I don’t know. I wish I had a better answer for the hook.>>I like to get the inside scoop when you tell funny Hollywood stories or things that went down.>>Yes.>>Because I like the behind-the-scenes.>>I tell all the dirt.>>You do, about the in such a funny way.>>I know.>>It’s like you’re just sitting there having a beer with your>>Oh, good. Thanks, kit.>>Your first kiss, who was it with? Onscreen kiss –>>Onscreen.>>With a pop star.>>Now we’re narrowing the field.>>We’re leading thp miss interview 101. This is called a lead.>>Lead the horse to water.>>Your first kiss, on screen, with a pop star, long hair –>>Who was in destiny’s child, one of destiny’s children. By the way, you guys got very profound today. That’s — and I like that the producers were like, we should bring in the boring white guy to just balance out the, like, interesting, profound racial>>Was your first onscreen kiss with Britney spears?>>It was. I’m smiling only because I’ve been talking about this a lot lately and it happened like 20 years ago. Yeah, it was. It was in a movie called — oh, here we go. Look at that little larva. I’m like a fetus, like a brunette fetus. Yeah, it was in a movie called “Crossroads,” and she was very sweet, very nice. Have you guys interviewed her?>>Yeah.>>Yeah. Okay, wow.>>No, I have. It’s a very — it’s very — and I’m being honest, it’s a very quick interview these days, very fast –>>Oh, per her –>>It’s a very fast interview.>>Oh, okay.>>These days.>>Well, well.>>How was it for you to be on the other side doing the interview, because I feel like mainly from being an actor, you get interviewed.>>Oh, yeah. I love it. I’m so much more curious about other people than I am about myself, and I’m not as forthcoming as I probably should be, so I’m probably not the best guest, as you’re all experiencing right now.>>I think we’re going to give you a gg. It’s a great guest.>>I think gg, for sure.>>Oh, yeah, gg.>>He might get the gg award.>>Verdict is still out, though.>>Tty. Thank you. I love getting to know people. Even the people you’ve had on — not even the people you’ve had on today — but there are so many things about them that — I’m sure you’re the same. You have such a limited time I feel right now very rushed, not because of your energy. It’s very calm and inviting, but just because of the nature of the –>>No, I’m a little amped up.>>The nature of the show is like, tell your stuff!>>To your point, the podcast, I think that’s why we find great stuff from podcast’ you can settle in a little bit, you know? We’ve got people yelling numbers at us, time, the podcast –>>You can’t see this. There are people –>>Get a shot of Joanne! Like 1:30 left! So, say something fun.>>Joanne.>>Yeah.>>Say something fun.>>Calm down, Joanne! Yeah, we don’t have Joanne over — we actually — you’re welcome to come when we record, but it’s a lot more relaxed. It’s more of like — it’s a relaxed, nice conversation.>>Who would be the dream guest, like the one person out there you’ve reached out to or maybe haven’t reached out to yet.>>I’m a huge “Bachelorette” fan, as is kit, I know, so –>>I’m coming on. We’ve got to talk.>>Monday night.>>Monday night’s show is the best, but Chris Harrison — we had a bite from him that he might come on. I love chauncy Riley, Michael J. Fox. There’s so many people I would love to talk to, and nonactors, too. We’re hoping to get more nonactors.>>What about drew barrymore. You recently said one of the biggest loves of your life.>>There’s nobody I’d rather talk to than drew. She’s the best person to talk to, so that would be fun.>>That would be rowdy.>>That would be rowdy.>>Remember the way-back Letterman?>>I never saw that.>>Oh, you know what she did?>>No.>>She flashed Letterman.>>No, kit, of course, who doesn’t know that?>>Kit, come on, kit!>>You’re an actor, you got me! I thought that was pretty good. Did you fall for that?>>I wondered how far you would take that.>>I’m still going.>>I still don’t understand, kit. I don’t get it. More.>>What do you say we play a game?>>Already? Yeah.>>Okay, we’re going to play –>>Something really awesome.>>”Repeat or delete.”>>Would you like to repeat this point in your life or delete –>>I thought you meant the last>>Just delete it.>>For me, I’ll delete. That was embarrassing.>>Sorry, kit, what did you say?>>Here we go. You were president of the model U.N. At your school? I thought they said you were president of — oh, my god, look at you — president of your high school, but you were just president –>>Good job. Very popular.>>Of model U.N.>>Look. Lacrosse, for sure.>>So, I have to say whether this is true or false?>>No.>>Would you repeat this? The rules are simple –>>Sorry, sorry.>>Repeat it or delete it.>>Would I repeat being the president of model U.N.? Yeah, I had a lot of fun doing model U.N. Yeah, I’d repeat it.>>What is model U.N.?>>Kit, what were you like in high school?>>I was an athlete.>>There you go. That’s why you don’t know what model U.N. Was. Model U.N. Was a place for all the really cool kids, the socially well-adjusted kids to get together and pretend to be in a U.N. Setting. You would be given a country. We were Ghana, we were very excited about that, and we got some Ghana –>>What’s so funny about Ghana?>>And you go and pretend to be, yeah, be on the U.N.>>That’s awesome.>>You investigate the country.>>I like that.>>Because you went up pretty I don’t know how awesome you think –>>There’s more on the podcast, if you want. This is wet your whistle –>>A teaser for you. Oh, dip your toe in that one!>>So, you had an embarrassing moment filming “Going the distance.” It was a tailgate, if you will.>>Oh!>>Tell what happened with Christina Applegate.>>Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. So, there was a scene that got cut where there were all these moments in the movie where Christina Applegate plays drew barrymore’s sister, and she keeps catching us in these compromising positions. At one point — it gets to the point where she catches us having sex on a table. And so, we — they had to keep ramping up the embarrassment factor, so there was a scene — the height of it was a scene where I come out — I think drew’s around the corner — I come out in a towel and I drop the towel because I think drew’s coming around the corner, and it’s her sister, Christina. And so, I show my stuff, you know.>>No modesty sock.>>No, no. I was on camera, so I had to just kind of show the stuff. And, yeah, all the stuff. And so –>>Stuff!>>Then when we did her coverage off camera, I kept — you know, because I’m a good actor –>>You got me.>>I’m not a good actor, but a responsible actor.>>Dedicated.>>Dedicated, committed. So I kept showing her off camera and seven or eight takes into it she came over and goes, Justin, by the way, you don’t have to keep showing it. I get it. I know it like the back of my hand at this point. Fine. You can just, yeah –>>Do the thing.>>Is that a repeat or delete?>>I would repeat it because I was proud that I was –>>The stuff. You were proud of the stuff.>>Not proud of the stuff, but I was proud that I was committed to the off-camera stuff.>>Joanne’s going crazy. We’re not a podcast. Joanne’s going nuts. We love you.>>We love you!