Ronan Farrow certainly brought the laughs during an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
The future MSNBC host dished on a wide range of topics, from his unique childhood to his upcoming news show.
"I had siblings from South Asia, from East Asia, from depressed communities around America," the 26-year-old told Jimmy Fallon about his 12 brothers and sisters. "And you know, we'd have long conversations."
He continued: "My sister Quincy, who is black, would get called the N-word at school and we'd talk for hours, and my sister Frankie, who's blind, would chime in an hour into a conversation about race and be like 'wait, Quincy's black?'" Farrow recalled as Fallon, and the audience, reacted with a big chuckle.