Ashton Kutcher, a.k.a. the guy who never should have been allowed anywhere near a Steve Jobs biopic, stopped by James Corden's couch on Wednesday to chop it up about some of Punk'd's finer moments. “I feel like one of my favorite ones is one that we did at the end,” Kutcher, joined on the couch by fellow That '70s Show alum Danny Masterson and retired soccer star Thierry Henry, said of the time he punk'd the hell out of Drake back in 2012.
“[Drake] was in the car and we started rattling the car and the whole garage,” Kutcher recalled of the faux earthquake sequence that had the 6 God hella shook. “He jumped in a buddy’s lap and literally fetaled up.” In fact, Kutcher notes, Drake “Canadian fetaled up,” which is apparently a slight variation on the usual fetaling process. “We had to cut that out.”
If Masterson's assessment of Kutcher's cut footage collection is to be believed, those with shelved Punk'd moments should probably be extra nice to Kutcher for the foreseeable future. “I will say for anybody who’s been punk'd, don't piss him off,” Masterson, a noted fan of what might be considered the greatest punking of all time, told Corden. “The footage that doesn't make it on is incriminating to say the least.” Kutcher sadly failed to mention that time he punk'd the world with the aforementioned Jobs.