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Zach Galifianakis reacted to the news that Mel Gibson was let go from the 'Hangover 2' project, and the speculation that Zach had something to with it.
"I do not consult on the movies that I'm in. I just show up and I say my lines, usually terribly, and I do consult on dialogue," he said when he stopped by the "Today" show Monday morning. "But as far as hiring and firing of actors, I have no insight into that world whatsoever."
The movie's director Todd Phillips decided to go another direction with the part, casting Liam Neeson instead of Gibson.
On "Today" this morning, Zach was perfectly comfortable talking about another Gibson. "If you have any questions about Debbie Gibson, I can answer that," he joked. "Debbie Gibson, if I remember correctly, lives in this neighborhood and has a very nice toilet."
Zach is appearing in another Todd Phillips film, 'Due Date,' hitting theaters Friday.