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John Mulaney Offers Some Relationship Advice for 'Rookie'

In the latest installment of their ongoing series "Ask a Grown Man," Rookie recently asked John Mulaney to field questions about playing hard to get, breaking up for the first time, unnecessary apologies, and acting awkward around crushes, which Mulaney claims to have tons of experience with: "Look, if he likes you and he can tell that you like him, then it's fine. If he can tell you like him and he doesn't like you back, it's not because of the way you're acting, it's just because he happens to not like you."

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.

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.

Mindy Kaling and Lena Dunham Talk Comedy, Showrunning, and Fantasy Magazine Descriptions

"When Mindy Kaling arrived to the Chateau Marmont 30 minutes late, she apologized profusely and began dabbing ice water on a badly skinned knee. 'I thought I hit an old woman in the Loehmann's parking lot,' she said, a flush of perspiration on her cheeks and forehead. 'Turned out it was a sack of trash with a shawl draped on it. Got so mad at it that I kicked it, and this happened.' She gestured to her knee."

- Mindy Kaling imagines the intro to her celebrity InStyle profile in this delightful interview conducted by Lena Dunham for the Rookie: Yearbook Two.