Jerry Seinfeld Plays Pictionary With Jimmy Fallon, Martin Short And Miranda Sings On Tonight Show – WATCH VIDEO

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Jerry Seinfeld Pictionary Jimmy Fallon

By Michael Lewittes


Jerry Seinfeld Pictionary Jimmy Fallon


Jerry Seinfeld played Pictionary with Jimmy Fallon, Martin Short, and comedienne Miranda Sings on Monday’s “Tonight Show,” and it didn’t go well. Fallon and Short were on one team, playing against Seinfeld and Sings who, when asked by the talk show host if she knew how to play the game, responded that Pictionary is “the easiest game ever.” Well, it wasn’t easy for any of the participants.

For those who are unfamiliar with Sings, she’s an Internet character created by Colleen Ballinger, and she’s known for her quirkiness, bad singing, and the catchphrase “Haters Back Off,” which she had emblazoned across the rearend of the sweatpants she wore on the “Tonight Show.” Sings and Seinfeld kicked off the game, with the comedienne having to draw the word, “Mistletoe,” but time ran out before Sings really even drew anything.

Next up was Fallon, and the phrase he drew that Short had to guess was “Hang Gliding.” After that, Seinfeld picked the phrase “Foot In The Door,” and drew a foot and a door, but Sings guessed it was a “freakin’ chicken” and a “hat.” Short then had to draw a “Piggy Bank” for Fallon. For the final round, Short and Sings had to both draw “Mrs. Claus” for their partners to guess. Seinfeld urged the comedienne before the round began to “do a little more drawing” this time around. And perhaps Short should have done a little less drawing, because he drew “Mrs. Claus” with boobs. Check out the video below to see who won.

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