“Enough to get this apartment after Superbad, but it hadn’t come out. So Michael and I walk around every day, talking about bullshit that twenty-year-old guys talk about. I remember I bought a newspaper August 17, 2007. It was literally the craziest day. It was the day Superbad came out. And it started to get crazy when billboards were around, but people didn’t know what it was. My friends were like, 'I saw a fucking billboard of you on a whole building.' They literally built a billboard above my shitty apartment. And it wasn’t getting me laid. I’m like, 'Look outside the fucking window!' So Mike and I go outside my apartment to get a bite to eat. And I’m not kidding you, it was like what you see with Beatlemania on TV.”

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