'Dinner for Schmucks' co-stars Steve Carell and Paul Rudd stopped by our studio to give us one of the most hilarious interviews in recent history, showing off their many skills including French interpretation, thespian-themed cheers and the fine art of face dancing.

The two stars live up to the "schmuck" moniker with a barrage of obnoxious antics. If Paul's faux French scene or Steve's embarrassing Little League story don't make you crack a smile, the "maudlin face dance" and its antidote "happy face dance" are sure to leave you laughing. If that's not enough, keep watching as Paul learns the high price of comedy after his repeated drinking gag backfires leaving him feeling waterlogged by the end of the show. (What, no spit take?) 'Dinner for Schmucks' co-stars Steve Carell and Paul Rudd stopped by our studio to give us one of the most hilarious interviews in recent history, showing off their many skills including French interpretation, thespian-themed cheers and the fine art of face dancing.

The two stars live up to the "schmuck" moniker with a barrage of obnoxious antics. If Paul's faux French scene or Steve's embarrassing Little League story don't make you crack a smile, the "maudlin face dance" and its antidote "happy face dance" are sure to leave you laughing. If that's not enough, keep watching as Paul learns the high price of comedy after his repeated drinking gag backfires leaving him feeling waterlogged by the end of the show. (What, no spit take?)

'Dinner for Schmucks' Fan Questions

The following questions, submitted by fans like you, were asked during this Unscripted.
  • Paul:
    'Dinner for Schmucks' is based on the French film 'The Dinner Game.' Can you recreate a scene from the movie in the original French language?
  • Steve:
    What is the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to you at a party or event?
  • Paul:
    Pretend you are back in high school and you and Steve are the best yell-leaders in the SM West Viking Drama Club. Could you do a little thespian themed cheer for us?
  • Paul:
    Your dancing skills have been featured in digital shorts, films and on 'The Daily Show.' Does one have to demand the dancing or does it happen organically?