Not too “Friend”-ly! David Schwimmer got his claws out on Thursday night in a “Drop the Mic” rap battle with Late Late Show host James Corden. No topic was off-limits in the latest installment of the new ruthless skit.
After Anne Hathaway “Hatha-slayed” in Tuesday night’s episode, the feature was back and possibly even more vicious.
“Millennials, let me introduce you to this guy, his name was David, he was famous in ’95,” Corden started out, attacking the Friends alum. “He was a Kardashian on TV, but that was only for pretend. You played Robert and that’s a great combo, but you were so white you should have probably played the Bronco.”
He went on to diss, “Now you got the chance to prove you got balls, while I ignore you like Jennifer Aniston does your calls!”
Schwimmer fought back, insulting Corden’s similar film roles as the “heavy best friend, the humorous sidekick with a belly so big you can’t find your own….” He then went on to ask if Corden’s wife was “blind” and quip, “You must be a masochist, you want to battle me. This won’t end well, mate, it’s not Love Actually.”
Corden wasn’t about to go down without a fight, ending on, “I’m sorry this battle’s left you so blue, but unlike this crowd, ‘I’ll be there for you!’” singing the Friends theme song.
Schwimmer rapped his final verse, saying, “Go lay down the mic and make me some tea!”
But the battle wasn’t over yet! Rebel Wilson came out to throw down some insults of her own, not battling either man, but instead slaying on her own.
“Carpool Karaoke, you think it’s your big thing,” she quipped to Corden, “but everyone is thinking, ‘Shut up and let Adele sing!’ You speak English, but you can’t even rap, your rhymes are non-existent like my inner thigh gap!”
Watch the entire clip to see Wilson shut it down!