You know Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad. You know David Cross as Dr. Tobias Funke from Arrested Development. But, comedy nerds have long known Bob and David as the collective genius behind the mid-nineties HBO sketch comedy series, Mr. Show.
The duo recently wrote a book—with some help from comedian Brian Posehn—called Hollywood Said No. It's basically two scripts that never became movies. They're making the rounds to promote the book and, in addition to a delightful AMA on Reddit earlier this week, stopped by The Daily Show stuido to sit down with Jon Stewart.
Stewart geeks out a little about Mr. Show (he once made an appearance on the program) and talks to the guys about their motivation to create the book before trying to get them to spill the beans on the Breaking Bad finale.