-I’m gonna ask you both
for some silly words. Nouns, verbs, adjectives,
et cetera. And as we do that, they’ll
be written onto cue cards, and then we’re gonna act out
a dramatic Mad Libs scene. Ready for this?
-Yeah. Really dramatic. -All right, yeah.
Very dramatic. All right, Kenan,
give me a silly word. -Silly word. “Butt.” [ Laughter ] -Joe, food at a barbecue? -Heinz Ketchup. -Thanks. Adjective? -Funky. -Cartoon character? -Hong Kong Phooey. -Wow! Nice! -Deep cut.
-Wow! Hong Kong Phooey, man. [ Laughter ] Kenan, give me a state.
-Georgia. -Uh, a plural occupation. -Plural occupation?
-Yes. -Farmhands. [ Laughter ] -What?! -First thing
that came to mind. -Oh, my gosh. Country. -United States of America. -There you go, buddy. USA. A plural item of clothing. -Plural item of clothing. Um, oh, I just came from Europe,
and this is on your laundry list,
for men and women — panties. -Interesting.
-Panties. If you send underwear,
like, your boxer shorts, to get washed at a hotel, you have to check
the “panties” box. -Are you serious?
-Swear, yeah. -Just be open
to new experiences. -Listen.
Jimmy, just go with it. -I’m going with it.
Kenan, give me a number. -1,100,060. [ Laughter ] -Not making this easy on him. -Yeah. Wow.
All right. Give me a month. -A month. December. -Is that your birthday?
-It is. -A type of salad.
-Greek. -Joe, a greeting
that you give your puppy after being gone the entire day. -“Oooh, you little…” -Oooh, you…
-O-O-O… -Oooh, you little… “Oooh, you little…” Kenan, a verb ending in I-N-G. -Fastening. Doing a lot of fastening
of the shoes lately. -I’m tying —
-Fastening. -I’m teaching my daughter
how to tie her shoes. Lot of fastening. -Your daughter’s 36, right?
-Yeah. She’s doing really well.
We’re proud of her. -Joe, celebrity name. -Kim Kardashian.
-There you go. -I don’t know why —
-That’s great. -Celebrity.
-Kim Kardashian. Kenan, what you shout
when you find out you’ve been accepted
to the college of your dreams. -“How much?!” [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -That’s it. A plural noun. -Plural noun.
-Yep. -Um, um — Bananas.
Ba-non-as. Ba-non-as. -Ba-non-as. Past-tense verb. -What? Past-tense verb?
-Yep. -Was that a past-tense verb?
-Yeah. Another plural
article of clothing. -Gosh. Clip-on ties. [ Laughter ] -Gotta have ’em.
-Clip-on ties. -Gotta have ’em. -Body part.
-Foot. -A noun.
-A noun. Uh, uh, Chicago. -Yeah. Place.
-Person, place, or thing. -Yeah. -That’s a thing. Yeah. -First noun — Chicago.
That’s right. Kenan, food you’d order
at a sushi restaurant. -Shrimp tempura roll. -Yeah, okay.
Shrimp tempura roll. -And delicious.
-A childhood punishment. -Childhood punishment.
The bar of soap in the mouth. -All right.
Now we’re gonna do — This is the speed round here.
Real quick right here. Kenan, exclamation.
-Hooray! -Another verb ending in I-N-G. -Um, uh, uh, beating. -Beating.
-Wow. -I don’t —
-Wow. Oh, my God, I can’t even —
It started with farmhands. That’s when
it went off the rails. Farmhands.
-Farmhands. -That’s all right. I’m good.
Mall restaurant. -Uh, whew.
We’ll go with Taco Bell. -Taco Bell. There you go. Mall clothing store. -Mall clothing store.
Um, um, Spencer’s? Spencer’s Gifts.
They have T-shirts. -I guess they have —
They have clothing there? -Yeah, T-shirts — -And, like, young
adolescent pornography. -Yes, they do.
Spencer’s Gifts. There you go. We’ve filled out
the words for our scene. Let’s go perform the scene.
Let’s do this right now. Are you guys ready?
-Let’s do it. [ Cheers and applause ] [ Organ playing cheerful music ] ♪♪ -All right.
Welcome back, baseball fans. I’m Steve Butt. Alongside me is my co-announcer,
Kyle Heinz Ketchup. -Thank you very much.
No relation. No relation. We’re live on this
beautiful, funky night from the historic
Hong Kong Phooey Stadium. We’re gonna change that. -We’re in the ninth inning
of a very close matchup between the Georgia Farmhands versus the United States
of America Panties. -That’s — -The score is tied
1,100,060 to 1,100,060. -Wow. This is very exciting. Joining us now
is our special guest. Retired all-star pitcher. None other than the one and only
December Greek. [ Cheers and applause ] -Oooh, you little…! Great to be here tonight. I’ve never seen a stadium with so many fans
fastening so loudly. -It’s been quite a game.
Lots of great moments so far. Including when Kim Kardashian
streaked across the field. -How much?!
I can’t believe that! [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -All right.
-Wow. Wow. -Now, December Greek,
you hold the record for most bananas ran — -I think you mean ba-non-as. -Ba-non-as.
-That’s right. -Did you have
any pregame superstitions? -Actually, yes, I did. Before every game, I would
go into the locker room, put on fresh clip-on ties, and rub my foot
with my lucky Chicago. -Wow! Wow! -That’s a very popular noun —
Chicago. A very popular noun. -Back to the game —
-That’s what I think of first. The word Chicago,
that’s a great noun. -Back to the game. Stepping up to the plate
is Mike Shrimp Tempura Roll. -Uh-huh. -Oh, here we go.
Bases loaded, full count. If Mike Shrimp Tempura Roll
doesn’t get a hit, his manager is gonna get
a bar of soap in the mouth. -All right.
-There it is. -Here’s the pitch.
He swings! There it goes! Hooray! It is gone! -Yeah. He’s beating around the bases.
I’ve never seen this before. -What a game! All right, guys, it’s time
to sing our favorite song. -♪ Take me out
to the Taco Bell ♪ ♪ Take me out
to the Spencer’s ♪ ♪ For it’s one, two,
three strikes, you’re out ♪ ♪ At the old Taco Bell ♪ -And scene! My thanks to Kenan Thompson,