U.S. President Barack Obama showed off his comedic skills in an interview with actor Zach Galifianakis.
In his online series called Between Two Ferns, which is posted on the website Funny or Die, Galifianakis usually interviews fellow celebrities.
In a video posted Tuesday morning, he asks the president who he cheered for in the Winter Olympics, about his birth certificate and what it's like "to be the last black president?"
"Seriously? What's it like for this to be the last time you ever talk to a president?" Obama countered.
"It must kind of stink, though, that you can't run, you know, three times," the actor said.
"Actually I think it's a good idea. If I ran a third time, it would be sort of like doing a third Hangover movie. Didn't really work out very well, did it?" Obama said, referencing the movies that made Galifianakis famous.
When talk turns to health care, Galifianakis says "here we go" under his breath, then asks Obama, "What did you come here to plug?"
When Obama again asks if Galifianakis has heard of the Affordable Care Act, the actor responds, "Oh yeah, I heard about that. That's the thing that doesn't work."
Obama notes the website is running now and after a pitch to get Americans to sign up, Galifianakis shows Obama his arm, causing the president to make a face.
"That's disgusting. How long have you had that?" Obama asks.
Galifianakis says it's been about four months.
"Spider bites. I was attacked by spiders," he says.
At the end of the interview, the two shake hands.
"Watch the spider bites," Galifianakis says.
"That's the other hand," Obama says.
"No, it's everywhere," Galifianakis says and Obama quickly pulls his hand away.