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Seth Rogen's up to no good.

But that's only because he helped raise so much money for Hilarity for Charity, and that tremendous achievement was such a good deed that it allowed the actor to participate in every kind of bad behavior you can think of—at least, that was his rationale in the latest Funny or Die video. 

After hearing that he and his comedian friends had raised over $300,000 for Alzheimer's research, Rogen's buddy, David Krumholtz joked, "I'm proud of you, man. I didn't know you were the charitable type...you could be a prick, sometimes. But now you don't have to do anything good for the whole rest of your life...I'm just kiddin'."

Cue the lightbulb going off in Seth's head.

From that moment, the actor starts on a downward spiral, beginning with somewhat innocent shenanigans, like not picking up after his dog on public property and stealing candy bars from the local convenience store.

And then it skyrockets to robbing stores, cooking crystal meth with none other than Breaking Bad's Walter White and finding different scenarios to shoot his friend, David (poor guy).

But that's just the beginning of it. Watch the clip to see what else Seth gets into.

For more about his very real charity, check out the website.