"He puts me in a little cubicle, gives me the test and a pencil, and goes, 'I'll be right back. You'll be much more comfortable here.' I'm like, 'Great. This is just what I had in mind.' So I did the first question. I did the second question. The third one I decided was a trick question so I'm gonna come back to this. The guy comes back and he's standing over top of me and he goes, 'You didn't do the third question.' I go, 'Yeah, I can tell it's a trick question. I'm gonna come back to that one.' He goes, 'C.' So I immediately panicked. I immediately thought, 'There's a hidden camera somewhere. It's like a sting... Celebrity Perks..' So I go, 'You know, I'm fine. I studied.' He goes, 'E,' for the next one. He gives me another answer. I go, 'Haha, great. You know, I'm fine.' I'm really getting terrified. So I do a couple more. I hesistate for a minute. He goes, 'B.'
"So he leaves, I finish the test. He comes back. He grades it. I did really well on it. And he hands me a piece of paper that has all the employees in that DMV office with a little box next to each name... There were 60 autographs to do with the DMV office address on it. So I had to go home and sign 60 autographs!"
["I did it," Reubens added, "because I was afraid if I didn't I would be stopped somewhere and it would turn out that my address was fake or something!"]