In what just might be the strangest video interview you see this week, Dwight from "The Office" coaxes basketball star Blake Griffin into the back of an old van for a candid conversation about the Olympics, Blake's meniscus and why he was so "scared" to go to the Olympics.
Some sample interview questions:
"Have you ever had a glass of ice cold dog milk?"
"What is love?"
"What should I do with the van?"
"Did [your mom] inject you with hormones?"
This first episode of "Metaphysical Milkshake" premiered today, but you can subscribe to upcoming Rainn Wilson videos on his Web site, SoulPancake.
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