When Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner met in 1950 working on "Your Show of Shows," they very well may have realized that they would still be hanging out 62 years later. What they might not have counted on, though, is that Brooks would be asking his "2,000 Year Old Man" collaborator about his private parts at age 90.
Brooks went on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Thursday to promote his new DVD set, "The Incredible Mel Brooks: An Irresistible Collection of Unhinged Comedy," and rolled a clip of Brooks and Reiner at 1991's American Comedy Awards' tribute to Reiner.
Kimmel asked if the two still hang out. "I see him almost every night. I love that guy," Brooks said.
He loves him so much, he has no problem asking him whether at his advanced age, his loins can still function how the good Lord intended them to.
"Not so that you could notice it," Brooks quoted Reiner as saying.
Check out that clip above, and check out another part of the interview below, where Brooks claims that there's no way "Blazing Saddles" could be made today.
WATCH: Brooks talks "Blazing Saddles."