Paul Rudd can play sarcasm with the best of them, but his new Ant-Man action figure takes this smirking thing to a whole new level.
“What an a–hole!” Conan O’Brien declared on Tuesday while showing his Burbank, California, audience the doll in question. (Don’t start, it’s definitely a doll.)
“Yeah, Ant-Man’s a d—,” Rudd said.
“Or — a stroke victim,” O’Brien chimed in. “They should use this in hospitals: ‘If you see this, get that person to a hospital right away!'”
“People who are suffering from Bell’s palsy,” Rudd said.
They might want those jokes back in 2019.
“When I saw it, I just started laughing so hard,” Rudd said. “Some guy designed this … it really makes me laugh that somebody put time into this and sculpted it.”
“Somebody signed off on it,” he added.
Watch the video above.
Rudd is making the rounds on late-night TV talk shows promoting his new Netflix series, “Living With Yourself,” which is on the streaming service now.
“Living With Yourself” follows a man (Rudd) who undergoes an experimental treatment to improve his life, only to be replaced by a new and improved version of himself, and must fight for his wife, his career, and his very identity.