'Our Idiot Brother,' a movie that sounds like it will be an uproarious knee-slapper, opens at a theater near you this weekend. Paul Rudd, who seems like a very nice man, plays a very nice man who also happens to be the title character. But, does 'Our Idiot Brother' have a dirty little secret? Is it more of a quirky indie ensemble type comedy/drama than the Apatow-esqe tone you might assume? If so, does that mean that you won't like 'Our Idiot Brother?' As a service, we answer (with, this time, some help from co-star Adam Scott) every question that you could possibly have about 'Our Idiot Brother.'