It takes a special man to put himself in that situation. He felt like one of us all week, which was such a pleasant surprise because, come on, it's Drake! It was refreshing to say, "Oh, he's just like our bud! I put one joke at the top of my speech, and people laughed really hard. I can probably write a more accurate birth-control parody than a guy writer from The Harvard Lampoon.
Jonah Hill: [ more direct ] I've been dating your dad.
Samberg, their spark going unnoticed by the remainder of the Samberg Family ] Jonah Hill: Like...
(October 10 to November 3, 1974) He played Tom Daley in Jason Miller's play, "That Championship Season," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with G. Bailey (George Sikowski); Bob Burrus (James Daley); Ric Mancini (Phil Romano); and Alfred Hinckley (Coach) in the cast. [on his pierced left ear] I had led a very conservative, lower middle class, straight-arrow kind of existence and, somewhere around 40 years of age, I thought I had to shake things up a bit.
The following is a partial list of Saturday Night Live commercial parodies.
Andy Samberg: So, what -- you guys hang out, or something?
[ flashback to Jonah having dinner with the Samberg Family ] Jonah Hill: So, last week -- remember when we all had dinner? Jonah Hill: Do you remember when we all parted ways? I had to run back in because I had forgotten my scarf, and...
so, you remember when I met your family last week at the show?
Jonah Hill: [ nervous ] Yeah, uh -- well, there's actually kind of an issue with that.
Samberg having that beer -- clinking their glasses, laughing, and nonchalently touching hands ] Jonah Hill: So, we got a beer, and... truth be told, he is one of the most fascinating people I've ever met in my life.