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"It's like my sickness," Segel says, "but the whole time I'm trying to be present, and all I'm thinking is, 'This is the funniest thing that has ever happened!Let her leave so I can write this down immediately! But it’s hard not to have a crush on her.”Martin Starr and Leslie Mann In “Chokin’ and Tokin’,” a bully tests Bill’s peanut allergy by sabotaging his jelly sandwich, landing him near death in the hospital, where he is visited by his history teacher, played by Leslie Mann. He could make you cry laughing by doing almost nothing. I probably had a bit of a crush on her, too, which you don’t want to hear when we’re playing brother and sister.Creator Paul Feig noted that , which featured a young cast -- some of whom hadn't gone through puberty yet -- was NBC's lowest-rated show when it aired from 1999 to 2000. The series ran for 18 episodes, but the finale wasn't shot last.It drew 7 million viewers, Feig said, and a hit today pulls in 8 million. "We shot the finale halfway through the season," Segel shared.
Philipps shared a funny story of a time when Franco -- a method actor -- threw her to the ground during a scene. Seth Rogen Seth Rogen played the sarcastic freak Ken Miller. He seemed like a mad, trouble-making Canadian lunatic who was quiet and angry and might kill you.” Rogen: “I kind of had a chip on my shoulder, you know, because I hadn’t gotten any girls to sleep with me yet.”Busy Philipps Seth Rogen: “Busy scared me at first. John Francis Daley remembered: “Franco went to Michigan for two weeks to get into character and we were joking that he lived under an overpass for a few nights.