Would you like a side of celebrity to go with that coffee?
Some folks in Seattle got just that on Thursday when comedians Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis showed up to serve java at a local coffee house, according to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
The actors took over the counter at the Local Color Cafe in Pike Place Market to promote their new movie, "The Campaign."
According to reports, thousands of people stopped by to show them love as they cracked jokes while making espresso for starry-eyed customers.
Seattle was the latest stop on the actors' phony political campaign tour - in the film they play rival politicians, competing for a congressional seat in North Carolina.
The tour kicked off Tuesday in Los Angeles and then hit Chicago, where they were on hand to toss a "dueling" first pitch against each other during a game between the Chicago Cubs and Florida Marlins at Wrigley Field.
"The Campaign" – which co-stars Dylan McDermott, Jason Sudeikis, John Lithgow and Dan Aykroyd - is in theaters on August 10.
A new trailer for the comedy just hit the Web, showing the lengths Galifianakis' Marty Huggins and Ferrell's Cam Brady will go to in order to win people's votes.
How Zach hooked up with a no talent like Ferrell is beyond belief.
Sick of these two idiots bring us some new faces,
Blue is better than red. Yellow is stupid.
Will is a BOZO.
Will is hilarious. Zach is not.
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