Mad Lib Theater with Kristen Wiig

Mad Lib Theater with Kristen Wiig

-♪ “Mad Lib Theater,”
ah, ah, yeah ♪ -[ Laughing ] Yes! -What?
-That was amazing. -♪ “Mad Lib Theater” ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ -[ Laughs ]
-That was fantastic. -I loved it. -All right,
here’s how this works. This is “Mad Lib Theater.” So here, I’m going to ask you
for some silly words. -Okay.
-Nouns, verbs, adjectives. And they’re going to be written
on cue cards as you say them, and then we’ll act out
a dramatic “Mad Libs” scene. Are you ready? Here we go.
-Okay. Yes. -Silly word. -Gooby… [ Laughter ] Gooby gock?
-Gooby gock. Type of fish. -Mackerel. -He’s on the show tonight, too. [ Laughter ] Adjective. -Swirling. [ Light laughter ] -What you would shout
if you saw a ghost. -Get out, you! [ Laughter ] -A number. -59. -Another number. -2. -A noun. -Canoe? -A body part. -Achilles’ heel. [ Laughter ] -Another adjective. -Uh, drinking. [ Laughter ] Oh, oh, adjective.
Sorry. Sorry.
-Yeah. It’s a describer. -Sorry, sorry.
-No, I’m sorry. It’s tough. -Fluffy. -Yeah.
That’s good. A type of animal? -Uh…platypus. -[ Laughs ]
Oh, man. A curse word that you’d say
in front of a child. -Um…toot. [ Laughter ] -Amount of time,
like two minutes or five hours. -Oh, um, uh…two…hours. -Verb ending in “ing.” -Drinking.
-Drinking. -Drinking.
-There you go. Hey, Kristen is playing
the game, okay? Come on.
-They can help. -Yeah. They can help, yeah.
Drinking. Another body part. -Armpit. -A verb. -Hammering. -Yeah, okay, yeah.
Hammering. A verb ending in “ing.”
Sorry. -Oh, oh.
Oh, a different one? -A different one, now. -Biting. [ Laughter ] -Adjective. -Striped. -A type of profession. -A cruise director. [ Laughter ] -Cruise director.
Oh, these are great. Type of relative. -Second cousin. -Second cousin. Male name. -Gary. -Made up song title. -“Feel My Face.” [ Laughter ] -“Feel My Face.”
All right. We filled out the words
for our scene. You ready to perform?
-Yes. -Here we go.
Let’s go. [ Cheers and applause ] -Well, if it isn’t
my favorite patient, Mr. Gooby Gock. -Thanks for seeing me on such
short notice, Dr. Mackerel. So, what’s the news? -Well we just finished
processing your test and unfortunately,
the results are swirling. -Get out, you! [ Laughter ] -I completely understand
that reaction. Your blood pressure
is 59 over 2. And our X-rays found a canoe
in your Achilles’ heel. [ Laughter ] It also appears that you have
a rare condition known as
Fluffy Platypus Disease. [ Laughter ] -Toot! Is there any way to cure it? -I’m going to write you
a prescription for these pills right here
that I have in my pocket. I want you to take one
every two hours. -But I heard those pills cause
involuntary drinking. -I’m afraid they do. Side effects also include
an itchy armpit and a decrease in the desire
to hammer. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -That a medical term? Uh wh– [ Laughter ] What can I do to stay healthy? -I would suggest
waking up early… -[ Laughs ] -…every morning
and doing stretches and then biting in the park. [ Laughter ] -That’s great advice, especially for a striped
cruise director such as myself. -You know, the best part
about being a doctor is that I get to treat
patients like you and then go home
to my second cousin, Gary… [ Laughter and applause ] …and then sing them
my favorite song. -Which is? -“Feel My Face.”
[ Groans ] -How does it go?
Can you sing it for me? [ Laughter ] “Feel My Face.”
-Yes. ♪ You and me gotta get
out of this place ♪ ♪ And come back to apartment
so you can feel my face ♪ ♪ Touch my body, touch my body ♪ -Thank you very much, doctor.
I appreciate it. -I’m so sorry.
-Uh, no, please. And scene. That is how you do it
right there. Kristen Wiig!
That’s how you do it!

35 thoughts on “Mad Lib Theater with Kristen Wiig

  1. Kristin seems nervous she keeps gripping and shifting her left hand on the arm rest. She is the sweetest and funniest though.

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