What a way to start the day.

Blake Anderson dropped the F-bomb while promoting his movie Dope on FOX 19's News Morning Xtra Thursday. The interview started off on an awkward note, as the groggy star ate a bagel on camera and challenged Frank Marzullo's assumption that it was a doughnut. "This is a bagel. I'm responsible. No more doughnuts in my life," Anderson told the confused host. Marzullo played along, saying, "I've read something that doughnuts are healthier than bagels. Some of them, anyway."

Anderson replied, "Oh, really? Oh, damn, then I don't want this s--…stuff."

He then dropped the bagel on the ground.

In Dope, Malcolm (Shameik Moore) is trying to survive in a tough L.A. neighborhood. Though the high school student is focused on college applications, academic interviews and the SAT, am invitation to an underground party leads Malcolm on an adventure that could take him from being a geek to being dope.

Marzullo asked his guest, who appeared via satellite, to describe his role in the film.

"You know how it is," Anderson said. "Cincinnati, right?"

"Yeah," Marzullo said.

"You know how it is," Anderson reiterated. "Cincinnati, we get into trouble. You know what's up. But it's worldwide now. You can sell drugs over the Internet."

Marzullo asked Anderson to delve deeper into the plot, but the actor slurred his speech and struggled to form a complete sentence. After rambling, he told the host, "Sorry. I just woke up like five minutes ago."

"Oh, you were sleeping? Marzullo asked. The actor replied, "Hell yeah! It's like 6 o'clock over here. Jesus Christ! It's very early and I'm very tried. You know the Warriors just won the f--king championship..."

Marzullo quickly ended the interview and apologized to viewers. "If you want to see this again, you can check it out on YouTube, I'm sure," he said.

How right he was.

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