They're the three best friends that anyone could have! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler caught up with their longtime pal Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, July 14, and played one particularly hilarious game of True Confessions.
"Here's how the game works," Fallon, 40, explained to Poehler, 43, and Fey, 45. "In front of each of us are two envelopes containing confessions. In one of the envelopes is something that actually happened to us in real life and in the second envelope is a lie. Once you've read your confession, the other two people have 60 seconds to interrogate you and they have to guess whether or not you've been lying or telling the truth."
The three Saturday Night Live alums upped the ante on the Tonight Show game, pulling from their years of friendship to gauge one another's honesty. Fey faced the heat first, reading from her card, "I was once mistaken for a prostitute in Monaco."
After some tough questioning from Fallon and Poehler, Fey was forced to admit that the incident happened in 1992 when she was wearing a brown-and-white polka-dot jumpsuit from Express, and that the confession was, in fact, true.
"My cousin and I, we went to the casino — we thought it was gonna be like bands playing or whatever — and it was just ice cold, just weird Europeans quietly gambling," Fey explained. "We were the youngest people there and my cousin is really pretty, she's like blonde and really tall, and I was just like, with her. We realized, I go, 'This is not our scene.' Then this sort of like, older gentleman came over and was like, 'I would love to buy the two of you dinner in this restaurant here'… it just sort of became clear that the only possible explanation for why we would've been in there was that we were prostitutes."
Fey then turned the tables on Fallon, prompting him to read his confession of "In college, my friend and I were robbed by a drug dealer with a sawed-off shotgun." He went on to reveal that the confession was true and offered up an explanation as to why he was hanging out with a drug dealer.
After Poehler gave her confession of "I once helped Yoko Ono cross the street," she and Fey took the chance to premiere the new trailer for their upcoming movie, Sisters. The pair's first big-screen collaboration since 2008's Baby Mama, Sisters stars the comedians as two women who return to their childhood home to throw one last massive rager before their parents sell the house.
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