Can you picture Jeff Garlin and Henry Rollins starring together in a mid-season replacement sitcom called Two Broke Blokes? It's not that far-fetched; according to, the two are practically soul mates, with Rollins having appeared in Morgan's Ferry (2001) with Johnny Galecki, who was in Bounce (2000) with Garlin. Garlin, who's shown more of his likable versatility with his “Jeff Garlin in Conversation With” series, has gone tete-to-tete with Michael Moore, Judd Apatow, Demitri Martin and John Waters. For “Jeff Garlin in Conversation With Henry Rollins,” the topic will be Rollins' book Occupants, which aims to save the world with his global images and writings.

Your “In Conversation With” series at Largo is a hit — would you ever want your own TV talk show?

JEFF GARLIN: A weekly show yes. A daily show is too much of a grind. I have other projects that I'm working on.

What's been a highlight for you?

The highlight is how much I enjoy it. It's so much fun for me. No stress.

What question would you ask your Curb Your Enthusiasm character Jeff Greene?

How do you feel about the word gazebo?

How well do you know Henry Rollins?

He's my granddaughter.

What will you be talking about?

My sex addiction.

Who are some dream guests?

Abraham Lincoln and God.

Is there something you wish somebody would ask you?

What are you doing for Purim?

Largo at the Coronet, 366 N. La Cienega Blvd.; Thurs., Jan. 5, 8 p.m.; $30. (310) 855-0350.

Thu., Jan. 5, 8 p.m., 2012

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