The Truth About Mila Kunis And Seth Green's Relationship

Mila Kunis and Seth Green are two performers who have found lasting success in Hollywood. The actress earned countless fans during her time on That '70s Show; made audiences laugh in both 2016's Bad Moms alongside Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, as well as 2018's The Spy Who Dumped Me with Kate McKinnon; and scored a Golden Globe nomination for her work in 2010's Black Swan. As for the actor, among a long list of other gigs, Green played Oz on Buffy the Vampire Slayer from 1997 to 2000 and popped up in the Austin Powers movies as the supervillain's son, Scott Evil.

Superfans of Green might also be able to tell you that he appeared on five episodes of That '70s Show with Kunis, a few years after they started working together on another beloved series: Family Guy. Back in 1999, the two nabbed roles on the animated show, with Kunis providing the voice of Meg Griffin and Green voicing her character's brother, Chris.

After working together for more than two decades, the two have the kind of enduring Hollywood friendship that leads to the sort of things that can only happen when both buds are influential forces in the industry.

Mila Kunis adorably took advantage of her friendship with Seth Green

Along with appearing in plenty of shows and movies, Seth Green is also one of the creators and executive producers of the stop-motion sketch comedy Robot Chicken. If you've ever watched the Adult Swim show, then you might've seen Mila Kunis' name among the credits. However, you won't see her listed as a voice performer. Instead, she's credited with something unexpected — and it turns out, totally fake.

"A friend of mine told me you were credited on Robot Chicken for being Seth Green's hairstylist," a Reddit user asked Kunis when the actress held an AMAA (Ask Me Almost Anything) on the platform in 2015. "What's the story behind that?"

Kunis confessed, "Um, Sarah Michelle Gellar and myself are credited in ROBOT CHICKEN many, many times for doing things that do not exist." She also revealed how that had come to be, saying, "Seth is our best friend, and we made him do it."

Now, fans will be rewatching every episode trying to find both Kunis and Gellar in odd spots throughout the credits. We wonder what other roles they've (falsely and hilariously) filled over the years.