Seth Rogen, a self-described "man-child" known for screwball comedies like Knocked Up and Pineapple Express, went before Congress to testify about Alzheimer's Disease. Yes, you read that correctly. Rogen embraces the absurdity of the whole scene, and gives a powerful testimony. It's some of the most entertaining Senate Subcommittee footage out there:
Afterward, Rogen let his displeasure be known that there were only two senators who bothered to show up and hear him speak. In all likelihood, they were raising money for their next campaign instead of doing some good in their current one.
All those empty seats are senators who are not prioritizing Alzheimer's. Unless more noise is made, it won't change. pic.twitter.com/xDW6tlMHmH— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) February 26, 2014