Nick Romano
September 16, 2016 AT 12:48 PM EDT

Ellen DeGeneres channeled Whose Line Is It Anyway? for a special improv segment on The Ellen Show. Her guest, Seth Rogen, had to sell a mystery product to the audience without looking at it in a game dubbed Pitch, Please. The product? Vaseline.

“I’d keep it in my living room because I want it handy. I might use a few times a day so I want it close by,” he said as the audience burst out laughing. “I’d get my money’s worth out of it.”

Fanning the sexual innuendoes, he joked how he likes to hold it and use it with friends. “I think mostly kids will probably like it,” he said, “because it’s never too early to get started.”

The game was used to promote Rogen’s charity called Hilarity for Charity, an organization that raises awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and provides grants to those in need of in-home care. For putting a smile on her audience members’ faces, DeGeneres donated $20,000.

Watch the giggly game below.


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