Zach Galifianakis Talks About the Time He Ate Pot Brownies Before Sitting Courtside at a Knicks Playoff Game

Zach Galifianakis Talks About the Time He Ate Pot Brownies Before Sitting Courtside at a Knicks Playoff Game

We know that the Knicks can be hard to watch. But, we didn't know that watching them was this hard.

During a recent interview on the "You Made It Weird" podcast, Zach Galifianakis talked about the time he attended a Knicks playoff game against the Celtics last season. Specifically, the Hangover actor revealed that, just prior to the game, he ate a few pot brownies to enhance the experience. And, as expected, that's exactly what the laced goodies did—until disaster nearly struck.

"This is an embarrassing story for a couple reasons," he said. "I went with an actor and he had courtside seats. And, uh, I don't know. I had eaten some pot chocolate to relax myself. I'm sitting there courtside, nice tickets. You know, I don't really do that stuff. I was thinking to myself, about third quarter, 'You know, this pot chocolate's kind of kicking in. I can feel it.' Two seconds later, this guy comes up to me that worked for Madison Square Garden, he's like, 'Hey, do you mind if we put your face on the Jumobotron?' I'm like, 'What? What?!' He goes, 'Do you mind if we…' I'm like, 'Uhhh…' I didn't want it up there. I went, 'Sure!' I don't know. I'm not confrontational that way. And, I was like, 'OK.' And, I look up—keep in mind the chocolates and there was a delay on the Jumbotron thing. I'm looking up, I'm giggling at myself, giggling at myself. I look up, 'Hahaha.' I look down, 'Hahaha.' There are just those moments when you're like, 'This is just a dumb existence.'"

"Hahaha" is right. Amazing story, man. But, you do realize all eyes are going to be on you the next time you show up at a game, right? Let us know when that'll be so we can keep an eye on you.

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[via The Basketball Jones]

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