For its annual Comedy issue, GQ snagged three of the funniest guys in the world – Paul Rudd, Tracy Morgan and Zach Galifianakis – for the cover!
Check out some funny stuff from the article after the jump!
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Galifiankais, on weight and comedy: “I’ve gained about twenty pounds over the past two years, and the more weight I’ve put on, the more success I’ve had. If you drew a diagram of weight gain and me getting more work, a mathematician would draw some conclusions from that.”
Rudd, on the funniest movie he’s seen recently: “The Piano.” (A film about a mute woman losing the one instrument with which she can communicate).
Galifiankais, on how to make The Piano funnier: “No piano.”
Morgan, on being cool: “Cool is the enemy of funny. You can’t be cool and be funny at the same time. Only [lastfm]Eddie Murphy[/lastfm] could do that.”
Rudd, on how to make The Tonight Show with Jay Leno funnier: “Hire Conan.”
Morgan, on joking about President Obama: “Black people joke about it all the time. It’s a black family, so we make fun of it. ‘Michelle, where’s my cigarettes? I had a pack of Kools sitting on the destruct button!’ I just think that white people don’t want to offend him.”
Who’s the funniest of the three? And how funny would a film with all three of them be?