And tape it.” “Lorne helped me with everything—with relationships, with me getting famous,” Fallon tells Kamp. “I was going through certain steps, and there were certain things I couldn’t talk to my dad about, because he wouldn’t know. The alums play Denise Mc Donough and Doreen Troilo, two undecided female voters from suburban Philadelphia. Tina‘s character even pokes fun at the real-life backlash Jimmy received for his rather tame interview with Donald Trump on a recent episode of . Yes, we admit, we wish we were in a threesome with Tina and Amy (in a friendly way).
“I was probably drinking more than I should have been drinking,” he says.Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are joining forces again for a new movie, Sisters — and needless to say, all our dreams are coming true. I wanted to see the sketches, the new characters, what the angle was.” His parents were unusually overprotective—“We weren’t even allowed to cross the street on our own until we were 10 or 12,” says Fallon’s sister Gloria—but in a characteristically offbeat gesture, they allowed the high-school-age Fallon to drink beer while watching at home. “It wasn’t, like, sitting and watching old tapes of me on , he and his team are proceeding carefully, wary of scaling things up too significantly, lest they sacrifice the charm of what they currently have.“I don’t know if I made it all the way through the six, but I’d just sit there and watch the show.
You’re like ‘Oh, his hair is real, ya know.’” WHAT DO YOU THINK of the Weekend Update sketch this week? “As long as I wasn’t doing anything at night, I’d just sit by myself, and I would have a six-pack of Pabst,” he says. A., and I have to rent a car.’ [ in the spring of 2004, having not yet turned 30, and he moved to Los Angeles to try his hand at movies, with poor box-office results. “It’s still going to be the same show,” Fallon tells Kamp.