Mark Ruffalo Insults Josh Widdicombe – The Graham Norton Show

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Published on April 24, 2015

Mark Ruffalo gets unexpectedly harsh when talking about Josh’s fears.

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20 comments

  • Hydro Basil 1 year ago

    Dear Mark-you win at life.

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  • Dolce and Lallana 1 year ago

    Mark Ruffalo insulting Josh Widdicombe. Who would’ve thought they would even be in the same room lmfao

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  • Dolce and Lallana 1 year ago

    Ruffalo is straight savage

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  • Roy Perkins 1 year ago

    Josh gets slammed everytime he’s on with a famous American check out the Tina fey and Josh video!

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  • linnear0007 1 year ago

    Brutal!

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  • Ash Kar 1 year ago

    3:02 in repeat

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  • Audard 1 year ago

    Josh Widdicombe… the worst part of english comedy.

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  • Lisa L 1 year ago

    I have dreams about my teeth falling out all the time! My cousin says it’s because I talk too much.

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  • Anthony Miranda 1 year ago

    Joke wasn’t that funny to me ?

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  • Mimoh Jaiswal 1 year ago

    2:52, look at the genius of Widdicombe?

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  • Joolz Godfree 1 year ago

    Did Josh just yelped @ 3:20 right after the joke? ?

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  • Harry Studio Productions 1 year ago

    Who’s more savage, Hulk or Rufallo?

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  • Jayne Brennan 1 year ago

    howling :))

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  • Thomas Bailey 1 year ago

    Ive seen this 50 times already… And it gets better every time.

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  • King Joffrey 1 year ago

    the facial expression at 3:09 should have been the thumbnail for this video

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  • Joseph Martínez 1 year ago

    A tooth falling in a dream means death or something really horrible

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  • Troyzswagger 1 year ago

    Is there something i’m missing? Why has he been roasted by all these celebrities. Seems a little messed up.

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  • Linguistics Pundit 1 year ago

    2:02 is funny as hell. She was like “yeaaahhh”

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  • the guy 1 year ago

    3:33 what’s that thing that goes across from where Mark ruffalo was about to walk out

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  • Rosanna Angela 1 year ago

    Where I come from (Philippines), or… maybe it was just my family… dreaming of losing your teeth meant someone in your life will die in the near future. It’s always been consistent for me unfortunately. When I got older, I was told that to “prevent” the death, you bite any wooden object right when you wake up from dreaming of losing your teeth. That part I haven’t proven yet. Hehe.

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