I won't lie. I will probably strip naked, pour champagne, run through the Grove straight into an early-morning screening of "Captain Phillips." And that's when the whispers will start: "This movie is so intense, why is Andy Samberg naked, covered in champagne?" And I'll be like, "It's 10:30 a.m. and I'm celebrating my Globe nominish like Yvonne told me."
I like that abbreviation.
It's so unhip to say nomination. I like to live life like a tween.
Will there by any celebration on the set, as a whole? Or will everyone follow you in this naked endeavor?
I was down at the set. Everyone was flying. For a show to be this new and recognized at all, it's just great. And it's such a helpful boost of confidence. Being in TV is stressful. You don't know if you're coming back, everyone is looking at ratings, everyone is ready to call your time of death. So to just feel like you're validated or that people think the show is good, to me, that's what's important. That's what I care about.