When it comes to being an actor, there are plenty of things one must share sometimes – including a husband.
In her podcast, Anna Faris in Unqualified, Faris, 39, chatted with both Plaza and Lawrence about relationships in Hollywood and, yes, her husband’s onscreen romances.
“One of my most favorite relationships that I’ve seen and I know I have a personal attachment to it, but is your relationship with my husband on Parks and Recreation,” Faris says to Plaza. “April and Andy were one of the weirdest couples ever teamed up but it was so brilliant.”
Faris then goes on to admit that sometimes drunk people will randomly ask her, “How do you feel when your husband is kissing somebody else on screen?”
“I feel like it’s only really weird when other people think that that it’s really weird. Then I get nervous,” Faris says.
Plaza seems to share the same thoughts.
“Yeah, I’m in a relationship and people always ask my boyfriend how he feels,” Plaza, 31, says. “People would always ask Jeff also about Pratt and about Andy and April and about me being on television for so long, and like how that feels and he’s kind of like, you know, ‘That’s her job and it’s not weird.’
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Adding, “Specifically with Parks, the amount of time we all spent together, and because you were on a TV show, but the amount of time and hours you spend with people on a show like that, you all just become like weird siblings and everyone is all up in each other’s s—,”
Seeing this as the perfect opportunity to ask Plaza whether or not she has seen her husband’s man parts, Faris did not hesitate to ask.
“I don’t think I ever got the pleasure of that,” Plaza jokes.
Later joining in on the podcast was Passengers costars Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.
Faris’ co-host Sim Sarna (J.Law asked if she could call him Simbad) asks, “Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve broken up with someone and you share the same friends?”
“Well you just don’t hang out with them together,” says Lawrence. “I don’t think anybody needs to keep someone from friends. You shouldn’t ask your friends to chose. That’s unfair. So you just tell your friends to go hang out with them and you just don’t do it together.”
Pratt adds, “Sometimes when you break up you have to just let that person have people in their camp who are going to support their hatred of you,”
Listen to Faris’ full podcast here.