How can this possibly be? He lost the role of Anchorman's Brian Fantana and the lead in Dinner for Schmucks to Rudd, and also an intense poker game some time ago. Yeah, that'll bruise a man's ego.

So, we guess he gets a pass at having some sort of resentment towards the guy. But I also find it hard to feel bad for the guy who's seen massive success with cult classic, Office Space—and as any girl will tell you, he's "Jack Bereger, the Post-it Note guy" on Sex & The City. Suddenly, his attempt at going viral makes a bit more sense.

Below, Chelsea Handler asks Livingston if he's "one of the schmucks" in the film. And so it begins.