MTV: Actually, I think it's the only sex montage of all time. Cook: We all cared about the project, Dan [Fogler], Jessica and myself. I haven't spoken to her about whatever she may have said. [He laughs.] What would be worse, [that] or doing a dance in the middle of your superhero film for absolutely no reason? Cook: I kind of came up through the ranks primarily as a stand-up comic, and it wasn't like I had a television show or [was on] "SNL" or something that put me on the map and these guys really trusted me to come in there and show different sides of my performances. Just two years ago you were named one of the 100 most-influential people in the world by Time.Cook: Roger Ebert said it's the dirtiest movie of the year based on that sex montage. Not a day went by that we weren't in communication with each other and having a blast. And when it's done, it's up to a lot of other people to complete it. And who knows, that might be one little piece of a lot of things she said. MTV: Here's what you need to do to mend fences: be in a movie with Alba again. Brooks," and it's fun to be bad once in a while after you've been the funny guy. I really wanted to make a sex romp, a raunchy sex romp with a sweet center. Cook: Yep, and every girlfriend that ever broke up with me got a copy of that. I try to save the bravado for the stage, and in real life I'm a little bit more focused on honestly just trying to develop myself the same way I did with my comedy. "We're gonna put a spin on Plead the Fifth," Cohen told viewers, adding that if the comedian refused to respond, Crowley would squirt cheese wiz into his mouth. Cook, 42, who has been promoting his new stand-up special . '" PHOTOS: Jessica's toned legs — a photo tribute Other juicy tidbits revealed by Cook during the rapid-fire Q&A included the number of groupies he's slept with while touring college campuses, and which male stand-up comic he would "swim in the man pond with." PHOTOS: Celebrity sex confessions Check out his responses above!PHOTOS: Jessica Simpson's many Us Weekly covers The first question was light.
Come on, I'm not getting that cheese squirted in my face," which caused the Bravo producer to inquire, "How many groupies have you slept with on the road, you do a lot of college tours?Cook: [He laughs.] Yeah, you can credit that all to our wonderful director [Mark Helfrich] and his lascivious imagination. When the movie was finally done, the first time that I saw it, I thought this sex montage was ... MTV: So where does it rank in the history of film montages? Cook: I hold every montage against the "Revenge of the Nerds"-building-their-own-frat-house montage, the Delta Delta Delta house, Omega Moo, if I may. It wasn't supposed to be like that." Cook: First of all, we all read the script. I guess to that I would say, she's watching some really silly-ass porn.So I don't know if it holds up to Poindexter and Booger and Wormser painting that dilapidated old run-down shanty, but I certainly think it's in the top sex montages of all time. MTV: On that note, have you read what Alba said about the movie to Elle? MTV: How do you even deal with something like that, when your female co-star comes out and slams the movie you're now promoting? This movie just turned into "Chicago." MTV: When you personally reflect back on "Good Luck Chuck," what are some of your thoughts now?One of Good Luck Chucks theatrical posters parodied the well-known Rolling Stone cover photographed by Annie Leibovitz featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono in similar poses.Also alluding to those musicians, the text displaying Dane Cook and Jessica Alba's names are in the same font and positioning as in the John Lennon album Double Fantasy.The game kicked off with Cohen asking Cook who the most overrated comic is, to which the 42-year-old replied 'Gallagher,' the prop comic who became a semi-hit in the 70s and 80s and was known for smashing watermelons with a large wooden mallet.