For an episode of HBO's "Any Given Wednesday With Bill Simmons," former Miami Dolphins runningback Ricky Williams and "Knocked Up" actor Seth Rogen joined the host to talk about one of their favorite subjects...marijuana.
Some of the weed-related topics discussed between Simmons and his two special guests included: who is the most interesting person they've smoked with, what is the strangest weed-related food they've tried, and what is the best movie to watch when you're stoned. Their answers, as you would imagine, were extremely entertaining and wildly unexpected.
HBO announced the following statement for the August 10 episode of "Any Given Sunday" with Ricky Williams and Seth Rogen:
"ANY GIVEN WEDNESDAY WITH BILL SIMMONS, a weekly talk show hosted by one of the most influential figures in contemporary sports media, continues its 20-show season WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), followed by other new episodes subsequent Wednesdays at the same time, exclusively on HBO. Guests include actor Seth Rogen, former NFL running back Ricky Williams and journalist Rembert Browne…. Among the highlights from tonight's show: Seth Rogen discusses making his latest movie Sausage Party, Ricky Williams and Rembert Browne discuss drugs in the NFL, Rogen and Williams discuss marijuana in a special 'Weed Round' and Bill addresses Personal Seat Licenses."
Seth Rogen currently has a film hitting theaters titled "Sausage Party," that has been making a big splash with critics. The film features Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, James Franco, and Paul Rudd among others. The movie officially premieres on August 10, and is an animated story of supermarket foods that go on a journey to figure out the meaning for their existence. The movie is rated R, but then again, so is pretty much every Seth Rogen movie.
Williams, the 1998 Heisman Trophy winner for the Texas Longhorns, played for several NFL teams (most notably the Miami Dolphins) and was forced into retirement in 2004 after drug testing issues. He was given a season-long suspension in 2006 due to another failed drug test, but still remains a beloved figure by the Miami Dolphins fans, according to Inquisitr.
Check out the video above to see a short clip from Seth Rogen and Ricky Williams' interview with Bill Simmons.