updated 05/29/2006 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/29/2006 AT 01:00 AM EDT


Breckin [Meyer] and I used to prank-call restaurants. We'd see how long we could keep them on the phone. Once, we called a German restaurant and tried to convince them we wanted to bring our own food for them to prepare. They were like, 'What's the meal?' We said, 'Shepherd.' We had this guy on the phone for 15 minutes; he finally hung up.
—Seth Green, whose animated series Robot Chicken: Season One is out on DVD

Get Lost? Neither do we. But everyone's got a theory about what's going on ...

The log lady did it.

I have a theory that it's not really a show on TV. It's just my imagination.

I'm so confused! Every character that I've bonded with and have an affinity for has fallen from grace. I'm like, Well, who is going to save everybody's souls?

If I could see [creator J.J. Abrams's] bookshelf, I could tell you where this is going. It's going to be a wake-up thing: Boo! It was a dream.

It could be a big experiment, and I'd be satisfied with that.... [But] the writers can't decide who they want Sawyer to be. He'll be fabulous one week, and the next he's holding a gun on everybody! What's up with that?

"A psychic [once] told me I was going to be a writer. I was like, 'What?! I've read one book in my entire life'"
JENNY McCARTHY, who recently released Life Laughs, a follow-up to bestsellers Baby Laughs and Belly Laughs

FREE ASSOCIATION with MICHAEL WEATHERLY, whose series NCIS: The Complete First Season is out on DVD June 6

Fans: My NCIS character gets slapped quite a bit, so fans have decided it's open season on my head. A woman smacked me on the back of the head at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.

Julia Roberts's Broadway debut: I would watch Julia eat a peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich.

Moms: When I moved to New York, my mom got me a membership at the Museum of Modern Art so I could sit in the sculpture garden if I was having a bad day. I used it constantly; really pretty girls hang out there!

Living next to Matthew McConaughey in Hollywood Hills: Every once in a while he cranks Patsy Cline.

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