Are your memory skills legen...wait for it...dary?
"Nobody asked you, Patrice!"
Haaave you met Ted?
Jim Parsons originally auditioned for the role of Barney.
Any time Ted did anything, basically.
"Don't be mean, just be a bitch."
1998 was a million years ago, apparently.
Jason Segel's mother was not happy about that nude scene.
"YOU SOUND LIKE YOU'RE FROM LONDON!"
It's funny watching famous people get scared.
Think, Tim Burton meets the Goonies.
Come back please?
Lindsay Weir and Nick Andopolis actually slept together before Freaks and Geeks.
Jason Segel's great as David Foster Wallace in The End of the Tour. But the film raises questions about how we portray real people on screen.
Sorry, Barney; he won every challenge.
Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel's new movie is an R-rated comedy that's surprisingly cautious about sex.
Plus the bros of Coachella, what you NEED to know about Mountain Dew's ingredients, and little kids try to figure out what a Walkman is.
Three words: NSYNC HAIR GEL. Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday.
Besides the fact that Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel had a lot of fake sex for this movie.
"The Confrontation" at its best.
Yes, there's a bandana.
Because he is awesome.
Move over, Ted Mosby. With How I Met Your Mother ending, it's okay to admit your undeniable friend crush.
This clip is sure to make you giggle.
Johnny Knoxville scored with a $32 million debut of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, but where does he rank among today's best comedy stars?
You'll never be able to look at Scarlett Johansson the same way again.
An awesome look back at our favorite McKinley High students.
This single-season show was basically Freaks and Geeks at college and a portrait of the year 2001. Case in point: an episode involving that song "How Bizarre."
These celeb friendships melt our hearts. They also make us a tiny bit jealous.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Because who wouldn't want to watch a shirtless Matt Bomer try to woo Jason Segel? Or a hard-charging Sandra Bullock accidentally fall in love with Sarah Paulson?
Even if you didn't enjoy the movie — I did, actually — you will probably chuckle at least one while viewing this gag reel that features Paul Rudd, Melissa McCarthy, Megan Fox, and Jason Segel.
These photos are precious, truly. Except for Michelle's stink-face.
It appears in the aforementioned Vanity Fair Comedy Issue, which just so happens to be guest-edited by the show's creator Judd Apatow.
Seth Rogen, Jason Segel and James Franco look like little babies here.
Annie Liebovitz photographed Russell Brand, Will Ferrell, Jack Black and Jason Segel for a new ad campaign for Disney Parks.
Or at least, in Muppet history. From "The Muppets" this blooper reel just makes me want to hug Jason Segel forever.
The actor wanted Clinton to appear in a movie, but the Secretary of State is otherwise occupied at the moment. (via POLITICO)
In the letter she politely turned down a role on "How I Met Your Mother." She'd love to work with him in the future though, so that's a plus!
He shared the idea he pitched to the show's creators on last night's "Daily Show" and, well, why not set the finale in a post-apocalyptic wasteland?
Easily the best story to come out to today's tabloid fodder. I think they're already my favorite celebrity couple?
She just wants a drink Jason! What do you have to lose? Chances are she's not a serial killer. (Thanks Hillary!)
Muppets' star and general awesome dude Jason Segel is hosting SNL this week. It looks like it could be a winner.
New parody posters to promote "The Muppets." And ride some of that sweet, sweet "Breaking Dawn" SEO.
How can you not love this guy? Follow @JasonSegel now. I'm sure it will be worth it.
After all four crashed a bachelor party, this happened. The video quality is unfortunately pretty bad.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It captures the Apatowian oeuvre, replete with chest wax, vagina jokes, and chubby Semitics.
Likely exhausted from promoting I Love You, Man (which, inexplicably, is still not yet in theaters), the film's stars Jason Segel and Paul Rudd essentially field interview questions with fart noises.
Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Jason Segel reenact the infamous Tom Ford/ScarJo Vanity Fair cover.