Actor Zach Galifianakis only had a few words to say Monday when he and Will Farrell rolled into Toronto to promote their new movie, but one of them was "Kamloops."
Galifianakis took the mic briefly but said public speaking wasn't his forte, The Canadian Press reported.
"This poem is called Kamloops," Galifianakis said as he pretended to read a poem at the mic before offering his thanks to the crowd.
"It was a real excitement to ride on the Stromboli here today."
Comics Ferrell and Galifianakis posed with the Stanley Cup as they touted their upcoming political comedy, The Campaign, and boasted of the L.A. Kings' triumph at the last NHL playoffs.
Ferrell and Galifianakis play rival politicians seeking a seat in Congress.
They appeared in character for their Canadian whistlestop, where Toronto Mayor Rob Ford presented them with miniature versions of the cup and his leftover campaign stickers.