For Joel McHale, living vicariously through his character Jeff Winger on NBC’s Community (8/7c) is a license to behave badly. “I get to play this egomaniac womanizer,” he says. “Hopefully I was never like that, but on screen I get away with it and look forward to saying it out loud. I like the character because he’s flawed, truly selfish.” Meanwhile, this multi-tasking Man of the Moment continues to host The Soup on E! and has roles in two upcoming movies, What’s Your Number? and The Big Year. He gave short, sweet and suitable answers to our six-pack of advice questions.

MADE MAN: What one thing do you never leave home without?
JOEL MCHALE: My pants.

MM: What’s your drink of choice after a tough day?
JM: Red wine, anything from Washington State. I like Leonetti or Gramercy Cellars. If they’d send me some that would be terrific!

MM: What’s one thing you do in the morning to feel good all day?
JM: I chase my kids around for like ten minutes. That’s a workout.

MM: What’s the best advice you’ve received about men‘ class=’linkify’ target=’_blank’>women?
JM: Don’t sit on them! No. My dad said, ‘Date a hundred women before you get married.’

MM: Did you?
JM: All at once, in one night. It worked out great.

MM: What can Community teach men about being better men?
JM: Look at Jeff Winger’s behavior and do the opposite.

MM: Any parting words of wisdom?
JM: Trim. Everywhere!