TWoP: Speaking of Girls, were you excited to watch Donald’s guest spot?
Gillian: Definitely! I couldn’t watch that sex scene though.
Alison: Oh my God! I feel like I knew it was going to happen and was still so shocked!
Gillian: Yeah, it was like “There he is! Oh my! They’re naked and they’re doing it. Okay!” I closed my eyes.
Alison: I didn’t. I rewound it and watched it like, three times. [Laughs]
TWoP: So you do read Community fan fic?
Alison: Just the porn. [Laughs]
Gillian: I read enough to know what it was and then I was like, “Oh my!”
Alison: I just saw pictures! Mine was like pornographic cartoons.
Gillian: Oh, mine was a written-out thing. I just scanned it.
Alison Brie and Chris Pratt (The Five Year Engagement)
Although they were meant to be the supporting couple to Jason Segel and Emily Blunt’s marriage-challenged central lovers, we kinda wish the whole movie had been about the adorable Brie and Pratt and not just because their romance represented the union of our two favorite TV comedies, Community and Parks and Recreation. Whenever they were onscreen, the movie flew by; when they were elsewhere, it felt like it had been going on for five years.
Save the Date (December 14)
Cast: Alison Brie, Lizzy Caplan, Martin Starr
Directed by: Michael Mohan
Thumbnail Synopsis: After Sarah (Caplan) rejects her boyfriend’s marriage proposal, her sister Beth (Brie) starts to second-guess her own upcoming nuptials.
Receive or Return? Any movie that stars both Brie and Caplan is one we’ve gotta see. Heck, they could just be reading a stack of takeout menus and we’d still fork over our dough.
Read more: Holiday Guide 2012: December Movie Preview
There are only a few days left to vote in this round of the 2012 Tubey Awards, which means you’ve got to get your ass in gear if you feel strongly about the Supporting Actor/Actress Deserving of a Starring Role.