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RJ—I was trying. I tried to keep it heavy. But then I did comedies. I was in the Gilbert & Sullivan Players. We did H.M.S. Pinafore. JB—So you’ve been mostly flexing your comedy muscles since college. Am I right? RJ—Yeah. Probably... mostly. It’s a little bit more mixed. JB—Does it frustrate you? Do you miss going for the heavier stuff? RJ—I like it. I have to say… back me up if you feel the same way. It’s kind of fun that we get to do comedy ’cause then your main goal is to make people around you laugh, which is just, by nature, fun. JB—It’s fun.

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RJ—When I do drama, it’s intense. I have a lot of respect for my friends who are dramatic actors, because if you’re going to do it right, you’re burnt out by the end of the day. JB—You have friends who are dramatic actors? RJ—You don’t? JB— I don’t mix with their kind. Those award-winners... RJ—I know. Damn them. But you know what, that’s the nice thing, too. Everybody likes comedy. Everybody. Nobody’s too serious to enjoy comedy. Everybody needs the relief. It’s nice that we provide relief. JB—Was there any good weed at Harvard?

The Lab Magazine - Issue 02  

Featuring: Rashida Jones interviewed by Jack Black, Tim Blake Nelson interviewed by Steve Earle, Nicholas Stoller interviewed by Rose Byrne,...

The Lab Magazine - Issue 02  

Featuring: Rashida Jones interviewed by Jack Black, Tim Blake Nelson interviewed by Steve Earle, Nicholas Stoller interviewed by Rose Byrne,...

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