Andy Samberg isn't accepting friend requests.
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star stopped by The Tonight Show Wednesday, where he revealed that he does have a Facebook profile, but he's not an active user. "It's a private account and I have one friend—Mark Zuckerberg," he recalled. "We were at Facebook doing an event and we were in his office hanging out, because, you know, he did SNL so we're sort of friendly. Somehow it came up, like, 'You know, when you're on your account...' and I was like, 'Oh, I'm actually not on Facebook.' And he was like, What?'"
"He was shocked," Samberg, 36, continued. "He was like, 'Why? Why? Why aren't you on Facebook? Why aren't you on Facebook?' I was like, 'I just am in touch with everyone I want to be in touch with. I'm fine.' He was like, 'You should have an account. You should just have one just so you have it.' I was like, 'If you set up my account and you're my only friend, so I can tell this on a talk show, and it's a private account and none of your friends start asking me [questions], e-mailing me and stuff, [then I'll do it].'"
"He was like, 'Totally. It's totally fine.' I went to the bathroom, came back, it was done. He was like, 'You're all set up.' And then the following week, I started getting e-mails and friend requests from his friends. I texted him and I was like, 'Hey man, I hate to do this to you, head of Facebook, but I think I need some tech support here.' He was so cool about it. He was like, 'Go into your settings...'"
"He like walked me through it! The best! And it worked. Of course it totally worked," Samberg said of his techie friend. "So now there's some dormant Facebook account out there and it's just me and the Zuck."
Being friends with a billionaire is cool, but it's not the only perk that comes with being famous. In fact, the Golden Globe winner revealed that Umami Burger recently named a menu item after him. "They've done this artists' series. I think The Black Keys did one and Slash from Guns N' Roses did one. So they asked me, like, 'Hey, do you want to design a burger with us?" the Celeste and Jesse Forever star said. "We talked about a bunch of different ideas and one idea was had was the ingredients you would put on a Chicago dog, but put 'em on a burger, even though I have no affiliation with Chicago whatsoever. I've been to Chicago maybe five times total, but every time I get a Chicago dog."
Samberg and Fallon then took a bite of his Sambergers.
The former Saturday Night Live stars also played "5-Second Summaries," a game in which each player must give the other person clues about a movie without using words from the title or naming any actors. Fallon later lessened the time frame to three- and one-second rounds. Selected films included Con Air, The Expendables, Men in Black and You've Got Mail. The winning player was promised 10 Sambergers.
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