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Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/). Chris Pratt is one of Hollywood's biggest stars. But to E!'s own Jason Kennedy, the Onward star is simply his "buddy Chris." Thus, it wasn't surprising when the famed entertainment journalist got the Jurassic World leading man to open up on variety of topics during Monday's all-new In the Room. In fact, the Parks & Recreation alum discussed everything from intermittent fasting to his favorite in-law to rediscovering his faith after his son Jack's premature birth. Not to mention, the A-lister even touched on staying humble amid his box office successes. "It's taken me a long time of small incremental steps to get here," Pratt reflected. "It started, I was a guy on a WB TV show. I'd be surprised if somebody knew who I was...And then all the way up 'til now, where you just don't want to walk around making the assumption that people know who you are." We promise you, if you didn't know who Chris Pratt was before, you'll know a lot more about him after watching In the Room. For everything this week's In the Room taught us about Pratt, scroll through our major takeaways below! Photos Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger: Romance Rewind Getting into action movie shape: As Pratt detailed to Kennedy, in order to get into shape for the many action franchises he stars in, he does intermittent fasting and follows a Keto diet. Of course, he revealed he has to "cut out even more" from his diet just before filming. "I'll eat an In-N-Out burger, which weighs say 10 ounces total, and I'll gain four pounds. I don't know how it works," the father of one shared. "My body's just like, I'm at 99 percent full of all the crap. So, if I put any crap in my body, my body immediately reacts." Photos Chris Pratt's Best Roles Why making people laugh is his love language: According to the Everwood veteran, his father's death made him realize that laughter was his love language. "For me, laughter and making people laugh was like a love language in my family," the seasoned actor relayed. "When my dad, who's passed away…his physical and mental health had been failing for a long time towards the end of his life, it's the one thing I could still do was make him laugh and he could still make me laugh. It was like, this language of humor." He reveals his favorite in-law & wife Katherine's pet peeve: As was previously teased in a sneak peek, Pratt couldn't be more in love with wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, whom he declared "changed my life for the better in so many ways." Not only has Pratt fallen in love with Katherine, an author, but he also adores her family. Specifically, Katherine's mother, Maria Shriver. "I love everyone in the family, [but] I gotta say Maria," Pratt answered after brother-in-law Patrick Schwarzenegger asked th