'Up All Night's' Luka Jones: Rock chalk Jayhawk and 9 other things you should know

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luka-jones-up-all-night-ones-to-watch.jpg "Up All Night" began its second season Thursday (Sept. 20) with some big changes -- Ava's ( Maya Rudolph) show was canceled, meaning Reagan ( Christina Applegate) is now out of work. And we also met Reagan's brother, Scott, for the first time.

Scott is played by Luka Jones, whom you may recognized from NBC's short-lived "Best Friends Forever" from last season, and he offers a nice, laid-back counterpoint to the more tightly wound characters on "Up All Night." He's also one of Zap2it's Ones to Watch for the 2012-13 season, so we thought we'd introduce you to him with this questionnaire. Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about the Upright Citizens Brigade veteran.

What's the most embarrassing song is on your iPod?
There are so many embarrassing ones. I have a version of "Home on the Range" on there. That might qualify.

Zombie apocalypse or alien invasion?
Alien invasion.

Do you have any strange phobias?
Small elevators in old Los Angeles apartment buildings.

If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?
New York City.

Tell us one thing that the general public doesn't know about you.
Kansas Jayhawks basketball is deeply important to me.
 
Is there a celebrity you've met who made you feel starstruck? Tell us about it.
When I was in high school I met Magic Johnson. I was walking in downtown Chicago with a friend and we noticed him walking ahead of us. We annoyingly went up to him and introduced ourselves. He was incredibly nice. We were totally flipped out with excitement for the rest of the day.

What celebrity would you "switch teams" for?
Will Arnett. (Is that awkward?)

What food can you not resist?
Pizza.

Which character from "The Breakfast Club" would you have hung out with in high school?
Dick Vernon.

What websites do you check most often?
New York Times and ESPN.
 
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