Stopping by last night's Chelsea Lately, the erstwhile That '70s Show star noted how women love to watch the funnylady's gabfest. So he couldn't resist requesting that Chelsea name-drop on his behalf.
"I have noticed that every girl—platonic girlfriends of mine—are insane about this show," said Topher. "So maybe you can work my name into—not this episode, I'm already on this one— but other episodes, like if you're talking, 'He's no Topher Grace."
"Yeah, or I could just say Topher Grace is looking for p----. I could just say that," joked the comedian. "I mean that seems natural."
The two also talked about The Big Wedding, Topher's new comedy out today costarring Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon and Diane Keaton in which he plays a virgin who falls in love with his adopted brother's biological sister.
"That's not illegal," cracked Chelsea.
"That's street legal, yeah," said the 34-year-old actor with a laugh.