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Mila Kunis is in the September issue of Details and hates talking about Ashton Kutcher.

Video games. Greasy tacos. Wisecracks about scoring government-sanctioned weed. Meeting Mila Kunis gives you a glimpse of what might've happened if the Phoebe Cates character in Fast Times at Ridgemont High had somehow spawned a child with Jeff Spicoli. ("On top of all that," MacFarlane says, "she's a Star Trek nerd, which you don't often see in somebody that hot.")
Since her 1998 breakthrough in That '70s Show, she's become a natural casting choice for edgy, dude-friendly comedy like Family Guy and Judd Apatow's Forgetting Sarah Marshall. "She has a rock-solid stomach when it comes to humor," MacFarlane says. "She's never refused to do a joke." Only one conversational topic seems to make her wince: the chronic media drool over the tallest of her costars from '70s. "Yesterday," she says, "a woman asked me, 'So! Was Ashton a prankster on set?' I went, 'Oh my God. For real?' That's when I know the interview's going sour--when they ask me what it was like kissing Kutcher. The show's been off the air for four years. It's just no longer cute or funny."

Yeah Mila. Give it to them. Can't they ask anything else more interesting. Like whether you drive a prius or something. You know, relevant to the damn world.