Get Judy Greer in the same room as her Married co-star Nat Faxon for an EW Pop Culture Personality Test, and you quickly learn that the actress tears up when she laughs. You also learn that like any good fictional wife, she can predict how her fictional husband will playfully insult her.
Watch the video and read a full transcript below. Married airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on FX.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What movie scared you that shouldn’t have?
NAT FAXON: What was that movie you were in? The one with the close-up? I forget what that was.
JUDY GREER: [Punches him three times] I like how you flexed. That was pretty scary.
FAXON: What just happened was really scary.
GREER: I mean, The TV Set was scary.
FAXON: Oh, ‘cause it’s sorta like a light shining on our lives?
GREER: Because it’s real.
FAXON: It’s very real.
GREER: And we just realized today that we were in that movie together. ‘Cause I was in that scene.
FAXON: Oh you were?
GREER: At the Upfronts.
GREER: We’ve totally worked together before.
FAXON: That was very scary.
EW: What book do you pretend you’ve read?
GREER: I already know what he’s gonna say. My book.
FAXON: [Nods] I Don’t Know What You Know Me From. Every time I see Judy, I always say how much I loved it.
GREER: That’s the book he’s always pretending to have read. [Wipes tears from her eyes, laughing] My answer is the Bible.
EW: What movie sex scene did you rewind a lot when you were younger?
GREER: 100 percent Nine 1/2 Weeks.
FAXON: I mean, this wasn’t a sex scene, but, like, Phoebe Cates coming out of the pool in Fast Times at Ridgemont High…. [Laughs] Gilligan’s Island, that was scary. This is the saddest thing I’ve ever done.
EW: Have you ever walked out of a movie?
FAXON: What was that last movie you were in? Just kidding. It was, like, a superhero-type movie.
GREER: It was poop?
FAXON: But it was also a late movie. It started at 10… and I am, again, 59.
GREER: What was the first talkie? Nat couldn’t handle it. It was too much for him. He had to get out. The technology was blowing his mind.
FAXON: It was, like, a Shirley Temple movie.