If you’re a starlet or It girl who’s out of the limelight and gained her faux-celebrity status from having 3.7 million friends on a now second-tier social networking site and by hosting a reality show where both men and women compete to be the objection of your affection, there are two ways to reclaim your relevancy:
In the latest installment of the Funny or Die original series, Tila Tequila sits across from Galifianakis, hitting softball questions out of the park with a kind of composure that’s all too receptive to our bearded host’s amorous advances. Then Jennifer Aniston shows up, welcomed by half-MIDI-fied Friends theme music blaring from a Staples “Easy” button.
Aniston’s not frustrated with Tequila, but she becomes quickly agitated with a Galifianakis who’s clearly only interested in talking to social networking’s first celebrity social networker. Our host doesn’t give her the bag-on-the-head-Matt-Zaller treament, but it’s close enough. Between that, the questions about atomic war, and the guy in a giant, life-sized Speed Stick suit, Aniston’s ready to give Galifianakis a foul-mouthed piece of her mind, all under the sounds of that half-MIDI-fied Friends theme music. Awesome.