Video: Bert Interviews Andy Samberg for 'Sesame Street'

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When "Saturday Night Live" star Andy Samberg isn't making hilarious videos for grown-ups with Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga, he's making hilarious videos for kids with Bert from "Sesame Street."

The actor sat down with the yellow unibrow fellow for a bit called "Conversations with Bert." In part one of the interview, Bert takes a twist on the Barbara Walters question "If you were a tree, what kind would you be," asking Samberg to name his favorite fabric. It's velour or rayon, by the way.

Samberg also talks Harry Potter, recalls his pet turtle and discloses that he prefers the modern-day sock to any other in history. "Why fight modern-day progress?" Samberg asks.

In part two of the chat, Samberg shares a dry white toast joke, confides he'd like to be stranded on a deserted island with a pigeon over a paper clip and names Harold from "Harold and Maude" as his favorite Harold.

Now, if we could just get Samberg booked on "Fondue for Two."


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