They say the truth shall set you free, but if Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are interrogating you, you might want to keep your secrets concealed!
The Saturday Night Live alums reunited on The Tonight Show Tuesday to promote Tina and Amy's new movie Sisters. But what started as a lighthearted visit quickly turned into an intense interrogation when they played "True Confessions," a game in which they took turns confessing a random fact then questioned each other to determine who was telling the truth. Each were given two envelopes, and the players selected had to choose which the others would open.
Tina kicked off the game by reading her truth-or-false fun fact: "I was once mistaken for a prostitute in Monaco."
Questioning by Jimmy and Amy revealed that Tina was supposedly wearing a "brown and white polka dot jumpsuit" from Express while touring the country with her cousin in 1992.
"Were you in an Abba tribute band?" Jimmy joked.
"I don't see you there," Amy mused. "I don't see you in Monaco."
"I could see you going to Express and getting a jumpsuit," Jimmy added.
After describing what seems like an unlikely event involving "weird Europeans" and a small casino, Tina revealed the story was true! She was, in fact, confused for a prostitute in Monaco.
Jimmy opened his selected envelope next ("No. 2 because poop," Tina reasoned), which revealed he and a friend may or may not have been robbed by a drug dealer with a sawed-off shotgun in college. He said he was with a pal named Sean, but the women were quick to call him out on that.
"You only have one friend, and his name is Gerard," said Tina.
Amy then asked him if he had any children, and when he said yes, she asked, "Do you ever think about them when you go to buy drugs?"
After the minute-long interrogation, Jimmy revealed that his confession was true, too, and that it was "a real bummer" that he didn't end up making it to the mall that day because his friend's car was stolen by the alleged drug dealer LOL.
Last, but certainly not least, Amy said she once helped Yoko Ono cross the street.
"She was standing in the middle of the street," Amy explained. "Maybe it was an art project, but I don't know."
So did Amy actually help her? Watch the video above to find out!
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