Jimmy Fallon is in a remarkable slew of "The Tonight Show" episodes, as he had a hilarious sketch with Amy Schumer last Friday. Two of Fallon's most recent funny episodes to date were his lip sync battle with Emma Stone, and his "Word Sneak" game with Bryan Cranston.
Comedienne and actress Amy Schumer was guest on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Friday night for another hilarious sketch of "Truth or Truth," and the "Double Dutch." The Truth or Truth game is just like another Truth or Dare, only this time their only option is to answer truthfully with all questions.
Fallon started the game answering Schumer's question "what's your motto in life?" with "You gotta risk it to get the biscuit." Just from the beginning of the Truth sketch, both Fallon and Schumer almost lost their serious and stern acting. The following answers Schumer told Fallon were the most hilarious, and hinted a subtle R-rating for the viewers. When Schumer was asked about what she thinks about teeth, Schumer replied, "I've been told to use less." Fallon, hiding his giggle from Schumer's answer, reminded her that the show's on an earlier time slot.
The sketch revealed a few things for Schumer and Fallon. Schumer likes the "Newsies" version of Christian Bale, while Fallon's first words were "Ya'll don't know me."
Schumer, Fallon, and James McAvoy continued with the Tonight's Show episode when they played the Double Dutch with some of the Roots' band members.
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