Something's cooking between Tony-nominated Arcadia star Billy Crudup and Broadway.com's Susan Blackwell! No, the duo isn't romantically involved. Blackwell recently invited the dashing Crudup over to her apartment to whip up some baked goods. Crudup's choice? His Grandma Mimi's delicious fudge pie ("not a euphemism") recipe. While the pie cooks, Blackwell and Crup talk about the actor's childhood in Ft. Lauderdale (wet t-shirt contests?), his work as the voice of the Mastercard "priceless" commercials and the tongue-twisting dangers of Tom Stoppard's dialogue. Blackwell even makes Crudup use his soothing voice to leave a "priceless" new recording on her voicemail. Join the Broadway cooks as they get down and dirty in the kitchen by clicking below!