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Jon Hamm & Jimmy Fallon: SNL's Ambiguously Gay Duo!

Jon Hamm & Jimmy Fallon: SNL's Ambiguously Gay Duo!

Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon get very close in a live action version of Saturday Night Live‘s TV Funhouse short, The Ambiguously Gay Duo.

Also starring in the sketch were the episode’s host, Ed Helms, as well as Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert.

Did you know that Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert voiced the Duo’s Ace and Gary since the sketch began back in 1996?

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Jimmy Fallon & Jon Hamm: Ambiguously Gay Duo
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6 Comments

# 1

john hamm, wth :)) epic!!

# 3

this is the funniest **** i have ever seen in snl seriously and i think ed helms should host more times.

# 5

This was so effin hilarious !! Clearly, the highlight of the whole show, in my opinion — other than the opening sketch of a post-OBL killing and gloating President Obama; the take on that annoying High Frutcose Corn Syrup PSA commercial; and, of course, the 1960s Ann Margaret who can’t seem to be able to put a piece of trash into the trashbin or simply open a door without shaking and shimmying around. Hilarious !!! :-)

# 6
Gemini Rostrum @ 05/16/2011 at 11:00 am

Hilarious film …….its gay parody but no backlash from the Gay community on this???

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