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  • You know what's weird? -What?

  • -I don't know if you thought about this.

  • -What?

  • -20 years we've known each other.

  • -You know why? I was 27 when I started "SNL,"

  • and I will be 47 this year.

  • -Is that right? -Dude, that's a long time.

  • -Wow. That's a long time.

  • -You were 13, I think.

  • [ Laughter ] -Yeah.

  • Do you -- What do you remember about first joining the cast?

  • I remember seeing you at an after party or something.

  • -I came at the end of that 25th season,

  • so I didn't really know anyone.

  • You were super nice to me.

  • That's about it. No. [ Laughter ]

  • You were super nice to me. -You can stop there.

  • -I remember everyone just like --

  • You know what it felt like?

  • It felt like school when everyone's, like,

  • in the cafeteria and they know where to sit,

  • and I didn't know where to go.

  • And then sweet Chris Parnell -- It was a Tuesday,

  • and I said, "What do we do tonight?"

  • He was like, "Well, we write."

  • And I was like, "Till when?"

  • And he was like, "8:00 in the morning."

  • And then all these doors started shutting,

  • and I realized, like, "Oh, I work here."

  • -Yeah. [ Laughter ]

  • Not only you work here -- you live there.

  • -Yeah. -You really do.

  • -And I'll never be seen again.

  • -Who was your office mate?

  • -Who was my office mate?

  • Oh, oh, oh, that's also weird.

  • When I first came, my office mate was Zach Galifianakis.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • He was a guest writer for two weeks.

  • Do you remember that?

  • -No. -Yeah.

  • We would walk back to the hotel like, "What are we doing here?"

  • -Wow.

  • I forgot that he was a guest writer.

  • -It was crazy. -No way.

  • And then he left and then you --

  • -He left and no one ever heard from him again.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -I remember you -- -You were with Horatio always.

  • -Always with Horatio. -That was the best office.

  • That was the dumbest, goofiest office.

  • -We had the dumbest -- I mean, really, the dumbest stuff ever.

  • -So many, so many damn bits. -So many bits.

  • -So many bits.

  • -Weird sunglasses.

  • -He'd have the sunglasses with laser beams sunglasses.

  • -So stupid.

  • -Do you remember Steele would always do bits?

  • Andrew Steele.

  • -At a certain point, he had --

  • Do you remember what his name was?

  • You might have been gone. He had a guy.

  • He made, like, a poster, like, a cardboard cutout,

  • life-size of a guy who was a peeping Tom.

  • And he would go around the building

  • and peek through our window into me and Emily Spivey's office.

  • -Because he was the next office.

  • So, he would have, like, a pole?

  • -Yeah. And he would come over because he liked ladies.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -So it would just be a plastic cutout?

  • -Yeah.

  • -I remember once it was a windup dog that came into our office.

  • Like a puppy dog, and it wound up

  • and it crawled in our office like a toy dog.

  • And I go, "What is that?"

  • It had a note that said, "Please help. Andrew."

  • [ Laughter ]

  • And I went to his office and he was on his desk,

  • laying on his desk, and there was a phone on top of head.

  • -What an elaborate bit.

  • -And he goes, "Thanks so much. I'm so happy you're here.

  • This phone was, like, stuck on my head."

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -When I first started, I was so terrified and green,

  • I didn't know anything.

  • And Will Ferrell used to come in dressed as another guy -- Chip?

  • Was his name Chip?

  • -Well, there's Chip Kudrow who was, like, Lisa Kudrow --

  • -Lisa Kudrow. That's right.

  • -Lisa Kudrow's cousin or something.

  • -Was he the one that wore the neckerchief?

  • -Was that Ron? -That might have been Ron.

  • -Ron is insane.

  • -Ron's crazy and Ron --

  • This is when, like, the host would come to "SNL"

  • and we'd say, "Hi, John Goodman. I have a pitch for this week."

  • And Will would be dressed as another man

  • that none of us had ever met.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -No, and he was really into character.

  • He didn't break character.

  • -Was he Southern?

  • -Ron was just weird. -Ron was weird.

  • And really confident. -I don't think he's Southern.

  • And loud and he wore, like, a Foot Locker jersey.

  • Like a referee shirt, right?

  • Or maybe it was Chip Kudrow.

  • -There was a Chip Kudrow in my day.

  • -Chip Kudrow.

  • And he would sit and eat lunch by himself and stuff.

  • -Yes.

  • -And you'd go, "How's it going, Chip?"

  • And he's like, "I'm fine."

  • -Chip had a -- I think Chip had

  • a chip on his shoulder a little bit.

  • -He was a little mad at his cousin's success.

  • Lisa, Lisa Kudrow.

  • -All that "Friends" money.

  • [ Laughter ] -Do you remember --

  • -Oh, you guys should have been there.

  • [ Laughter ] -Oh, yeah.

  • -It was so fun.

  • -Do you remember when he was --

  • Do you remember when Will was Ron when Diddy and Jimmy --

  • -Ron went on stage with the Foo Fighters and P. Diddy.

  • -No, it was not Dave Grohl. It was Jimmy Page.

  • -Oh, that's right.

  • -Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin and Diddy were doing a song

  • from "Godzilla" or something. -Yeah.

  • -And they're doing it and he's rapping,

  • and then all of a sudden Ron -- -Ron got up there.

  • Ron was the one with the neckerchief.

  • -He had a neckerchief and the sunglasses

  • and the Foot Locker jersey.

  • And he was like -- -He just walked around.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -And he was, like, lost or something. He was lost.

  • He didn't know where he was.

  • He was wandering on the stage.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -It's always good to be confident.

  • -And Diddy was rapping and he was like,

  • "What is going on right now?"

  • It was so bizarre.

You know what's weird? -What?

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