Jessica Alba, Ellen Degeneres Show

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Cash Warren's 35th birthday was one he won't soon forget. Jessica Alba, meanwhile, barely remembers it.

The Honest Company founder stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday, where she admitted to having a little too much fun at her hubby's birthday bash in January. "He wanted a pajama pizza party. I guess that's what you do when you're a grown adult—you have a pajama pizza party and you play games," she laughed. In keeping with the theme, the spouses of nearly six years wore onesies and played Twister and Jenga.

The night took a turn when the alcohol began to flow. "We may have consumed a little bit too much adult beverages because my father in-law, who's very conservative, he was there. He was an all-American basketball player. He's a pretty buttoned-up guy. He asked the bar tender if the punch [had] anything in it. The bar tender was like, 'No. It's just right there. It's just punch.' So my father in-law was downing it because it's delicious," Alba recalled. "He was like, 'Ah, man. I feel funny.'"

The A.C.O.D. star said her father-in-law called the next day and suggested the punch may have been spiked. "'I got loopy and then the cops came,'" he told Alba. The actress then said to him, "'The cops? The cops came?!' He was like, 'Yeah, you gave them Cash's cake. You answered the door and you gave...'"

"I was like, 'I don't remember that at all,'" the 32-year-old mother of two admitted. "They came by to tell us to turn the music down."

"And you don't even remember giving them cake?" host Ellen DeGeneres asked.

"I didn't remember the cops at all," Alba answered. "Slipped my mind."

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