VIDEO: Justin Timberlake's Inspired All-Star Game Interview On Beer, Joe Buck

Joe Buck is suffering from some sort of vocal malady during his call of the All-Star Game. While this tones down his trademark bombast somewhat, letting the nation try to come to terms with a more subdued Joe Buck, it also sets up the following awkward situation, in which Justin Timberlake, one of the world's favorite voices, compliments Buck's work a little too aggressively:

And that's not all! He's also praising the wonders of beer to Mark Grace, who was arrested for DUI just over a month ago. While watching this Timberlake interview again I'm not sure if we're seeing the work of a genius or just a drunk genius. He's just supposed to tell us how much he likes baseball and to go see his dumb movie.

Let's all just be glad nobody tried to kiss anybody. Why is there a swimming pool right there? I'm confused about everything right now.

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