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Stephen Colbert Gives Some Grownup Advice to Girls for 'Rookie'

Rookie's ongoing series "Ask a Grown Man" has already offered up plenty of great advice from comedy people like Danny Pudi, Kumail Nanjiani, Judd Apatow, and Jimmy Fallon, and this week they returned with a brand new installment with none other than Stephen T. Colbert, who doles out thoughtful advice on sex, relationships, crushes, and what to do when a teenage boy acts like a misogynistic jerk. It's a cool look at less Stephen Colbert the TV show host and more Stephen Colbert the real-life father.

Danny Pudi Shows Off His Body to Teach Teenage Girls About Self-Esteem

Danny Pudi is the latest dude celebrity to offer up advice to teen girls for Rookie Magazine’s “Ask a Grown Man” series.  In the above video, he shows off his body, but not in a creepy way. It’s to teach these teenage girls to embrace their body types. Pudi proves to be full of tips for girls that are equally sweet and thoughtful, unlike his emotionless TV character Abed, who probably wouldn’t be sought-after to answer questions from Rookie’s teen audience.

Watch Jimmy Fallon's "Ask a Grown Man" Video for Rookie

Here's a video Jimmy Fallon made for the series "Ask a Grown Man" for Rookie, the online magazine for teenage girls. Comedy dudes like Judd Apatow, Hannibal Buress, Kumail NanjianiDanny Pudi, and Mike Birbiglia have done past installments, fielding questions from teen and tween ladies, but all of their videos fall short of Fallon's because none of them included Mario Kart anecdotes.

Judd Apatow Can't Teach You How to Kiss Boys

He'd like to but he can't. What he can do is give a bunch of solid advice about how to be a happier teenager. It speaks to the sad teenager in all of us. If you don't have a sad teenager inside of you (Do you want one? Ewww, sorry.), watch the video for his singing and the glimpse into what a comedy luminary's office looks like.

Kumail Nanjiani Answers Questions from Teen and Tween Girls for 'Rookie Mag'

Here's comedian Kumail Nanjiani, of Portlandia and Franklin & Bash fame, participating in Rookie Magazine's "Ask a Grown Man" series and  doling out advice to young girls. He's got some good tips to hand out, but someone needs to give Kumail Nanjiani some advice on theme park behavior because, as evidenced by the video, he seems to be in some sort of theme park crisis.