"I don't trust Jordan at all," Mollen told ET's Deidre Behar during a recent interview promoting their upcoming comedy, Amateur Night. "I think he's fame hungry."
"I think he has a weird haircut, which is never a good sign," she added. "It just feels like he's not in touch with reality, wearing that hair around town."
After drawing a line in the sand, some fans had to choose whether they were Team Jordan or Team Aaron. The decision was easy for Mollen.
"Team Aaron, for sure," said Mollen, adding, "I bet they're all bats**t."
For Biggs and Mollen, it seems that Jordan's true motivations for appearing on The Bachelorette had nothing to do with finding love, and everything to do with increasing his exposure and building up his career.
"He wants to be the Bachelor," Mollen said. "Then I think he also wants to be Tom Bergeron, or host some sort of game show."
As for Jordan and JoJo's future
, Mollen doesn't have high hopes, predicting, "They'll date for a while and probably dance with the stars, and then we'll move on with our lives."
"There's only one person on that show who was in it for JoJo: JoJo," Biggs added.
Biggs and Mollen aren't the only celebs who are weighing in on The Bachelorette finale:
Amateur Night hits theaters in New York and L.A. on Friday, and expands to wide release and VOD/Digital on Aug. 12.