Jason Biggs has been shopping for a new hybrid car. "We have the Lexus SUV hybrid and we're going to get the Mercedes SUV hybrid. It still guzzles gas so I don't know how green it is, but it's better than a regular Mercedes. We recycle like crazy and we just got a sparkling water soda streamer at home so we don't have to buy bottled water ever again," he adds.
Biggs stars in the new CBS sitcom "Mad Love," his first successful attempt at a sitcom for the network after two failed pilots. "The others didn't go. I've learned what works for me and what works for them, and what felt organic and right, and this was the one," he says. "It felt like the most natural fit for me and for the network, and as it turns out it was." The show focuses on four New Yorkers "who are navigating love and relationships, two of whom are totally smitten and ostensibly the perfect couple and the other two who are not so smitten and are ostensibly not the perfect couple but we come to learn that there are two different ways of coming to find love."
Biggs has completed a couple of films, including "Grassroots," "a drama with comedic elements" with Joel David Moore, Cedric the Entertainer and Lauren Ambrose. "It's a political film about a grassroots campaign in Seattle in 2001, based on a true story." He has a small role in "BFF & Baby," opposite Kate Bosworth, Rachel Bilson and Krysten Ritter. And he'll be on board if another "American Pie" movie gets the green light. "We're in talks about doing it now. I have a good feeling it's gonna happen," he says. As for the plot, "It could be a high school reunion. I don't want to give away too much."