Watch David Alan Basche's Awkward (But Funny) Rap From Set of 'The Exes'

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As far as white guys rapping go, he's no Macklemore, but David Alan Basche of TV Land's "The Exes" does know how to make people smile.

In a very corny video (yes, we chuckled) titled "On My Sitcom," which he just posted on YouTube, Basche (who plays the recently divorced Stuart on the show) gives a behind-the-scenes tour of the set, checking in with each of his cast mates along the way.

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Our favorite line? "We've got Donald Faison ... he plays Phil Chase ... he's the black guy from 'Scrubs' ..." Faison: "Why's it gotta be about race?"

Basche goes on to make fun of how co-star Kristen Johnston is "not Kirstie Alley" (although they're often mistaken for each other, they've both won two Emmys, and they're now on the same network) and even makes a "Seinfeld" crack at co-star Wayne Knight.

Betty White even figures in! To find out how, watch the full video.

"The Exes" airs Wednesdays at 10:30 PM on TV Land.