Watch Seth Rogen Play 'Pitch, Please' On The Ellen Show

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While Seth Rogen does some pretty outrageous films, he is all about giving back. During his visit to The Ellen Show, Rogen played Pitch, Please in support of Hilarity For Charity. As you would expect, the game was hilarious.

Host Ellen DeGeneres introduced the game and Rogen's charity which benefits people struggling with Alzheimer's disease. Rogen told DeGeneres that his wife's mother was in her early 50s and diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer's.

He and his wife wanted to try to help find a cure for the disease. There is also an in-home care component in which the charity provides grants for those who can't afford it.

After a rundown of the great work his charity is doing, DeGeneres had Rogen step back so he could not see the product he was trying to pitch.

It happened to be Vaseline and the series of questions that DeGeneres asked only yielded incredibly hilarious answers.

Rogen said he would use it everyday and keep it in his living room to have it handy.

He said he would definitely get his money's worth out of it. You can watch Rogen's game of Pitch, Please from The Ellen Show in the video below.

Seth Rogen Plays 'Pitch, Please' On The Ellen Show