"When you were at Kim Kardashian's wedding to Kris Humphries, did you notice anything that made you think it would only last 72 days?" a caller asked the actress.
"No, I don't even remember the wedding," she replied candidly. "Again, I was drunk most of the time."
Andy wondered if Eva was annoyed that the grand nuptials were filmed for "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." Squinting her eyes, she replied, "Ummm, no? I don't remember that, either. Was it filmed? It was filmed! Oh, I don't remember that."
It all started coming back to her when she recalled who she was seated next to at the 2011 blowout -- good friend and "KUWTK" executive producer, Ryan Seacrest.
"I remember I sat next to Ryan Seacrest, so I was on camera a lot," Eva said. "Do you know what I mean? Because he was the producer of the show. That's what I was annoyed at. I was like, 'Why am I sitting next to you? I wanna relax!'"
When Andy reminded Eva she once appeared on "this show" with Ryan, she initially thought he meant on an episode of "KUWTK" and not "WWHL."
"I thought you meant with the Kardashians!" she exclaimed. "I was like, 'No? Was I drunk then, too?'"
Speaking about boozy weddings, Eva was later forced to spill on which of her famous friends got the most liquored up at her 2016 wedding to current husband José Bastón.
"It was a toss between Ricky Martin and Victoria," Eva replied, before Andy verified she meant the former spice girl and always serious Victoria Beckham.
Seated next to Eva was fellow actress Julianne Moore, who wound up revealing that she has a much different relationship with her husband than Eva has with hers, during a game called D'Wheel Breakers: Marriage Edition.
During the game, Andy spun a wheel and read off hypothetical scenarios pertaining to his guests' marriages. The ladies then said whether or not they'd let that scenario fly.
We learned that Eva and José have quite the laid-back dynamic. He doesn't check her phone because he barely checks his own. He also doesn't get jealous of her love scene partners, but Julianne couldn't say the same.
"That happens to me all the time!" she said when Andy brought up the latter situation. "I've just learned to live with it." Andy and Eva were both shocked, with Eva pointing out that Julianne's husband is film director Bart Freundlich. They've been married since 2003.
"I know! It's worse when he's directing!" Julianne said. Andy had a ton more questions. "So when you come home," he asked, "do you ever say, 'Oh, I had a love scene with whoever today?'"
"Nope, I'm just like [pretends to zip her lips and toss the key]," she replied, adding that "sometimes it's a surprise" to Bart when the movie comes out in theaters.
"Mark Wahlberg in 'Boogie Nights,'" Andy said. "How did that go?"
"Oh, that was the worst"! Julianne revealed. "We were very early in our relationship, too, so lots of arguments in the car. I was like, 'It's work! It's work! It's work!'"
One thing the ladies could both agree on? No hall passes. Sorry, guys!