Now that the debauched "Hangover" film franchise seems to have slowed, star
Galifianakis, for example, asked Obama what it's like to be "the last black president" and followed up by noting that he can't run for a third term.
Obama, who appeared on the show to encourage young people to buy health insurance, also needled Galifianakis by praising his "Hangover" co-star
"Those 'Hangover' movies, basically he carried them," Obama said of Cooper, who also garnered an Oscar nomination this year for his role in
Obama added that Cooper is a "handsome guy," which prompted Galifianakis to blurt out, "Being like that in Hollywood, that's easy. Tall, handsome, that's easy. Be short, fat and smell like Doritos and try and make it in Hollywood!"
Elsewhere in the interview, Galifianakis asked the president about "Ambassador [Dennis] Rodman," whose bizarre, unsanctioned diplomatic efforts in North Korea have inspired a big-screen comedy pitch. He also inquired about the first lady, the Winter Olympics and Obama's "home country" of Kenya.
Make no mistake though, Galifianakis is a busy man in Hollywood. He will next appear on the big screen in "Muppets Most Wanted," and his other projects include the Alejandro González Iñárritu comedy "Birdman," the indie drama "Freeheld" with Ellen Page and an untitled heist movie with