字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Our first guest tonight is one of the funniest people I know. He stars in the new animated film "The Willoughbys" on Netflix. Please welcome to the show Will Forte, everybody. -Hello, Seth. -Hello, Will. It is so wonderful to see you. -It's great to see you, too. -I talked to your co-star Maya Rudolph about how her animated character looks in this film, and she pointed out that you have a bowl cut in the film. Here's a photo of you from the film. And that's not far off, according to Maya, from an actual haircut you had for years. -That is the haircut that I had until I was 32 years old. -32. -[ Laughs ] I started out with a classic bowl cut that -- I think everybody goes through a bowl-cut phase as a kid. But I just never let go. I -- It turned into, like, a bowl-cut mullet version in my high-school years. And then I trimmed that down to just, like, a normal bowl with just, like, a little handle on the end. So you could, like -- Like, a bowl you could carry around with your hand. Just a little handle in the back but still very much a bowl cut. -Now, it should be noted this wasn't a hairdresser who sort of led you astray. This was happening because you were cutting your own hair. -Yes, yes. I decided... why waste all this money on haircutters when I can do it myself beautifully, a beautiful job? -[ Laughs ] -And so I cut my own mullet. In fact, I don't even think I remember trying to go for a mullet. I think I just would see hair here and cut the hair here and then just go, "Oh, I don't really see the hair in the back, so I guess I don't have to cut it." -When you showed up at "SNL," it was sort of almost insisted upon that you upgrade your haircut? -Yes. So, I get there. I'm already just terrified of the whole situation, nervous about everything. And one of the first things they do is they take you down for a photo shoot to take various pictures, one of them for this wall of all the performers past and present. And so I get down there. 30 seconds into these photos, they all call a time-out to go huddle. -[ Laughs ] -And I'm like, "Oh, this cannot be good." They all come over and try to, as gingerly as possible, break the news to me that I had the ugliest haircut they'd ever seen in their lives. -[ Laughs ] -So I -- I went for it. I just allowed -- You know, I said, "Jesus, take the wheel." -Yeah. -And they cut it into the -- you know, the sexy do that it is right now. -You are not known to be a wasteful man. You recycle. And you took this as far as your own hair. You would cut your hair, and then you saved your hair, and you made a gift for your dear friend, my dear friend, John Solomon. Do you want to explain the gift before we show the photo? -Yes. So, John Solomon has been an important person in both of our lives. You met him when he came to write at "Saturday Night Live." Well, I've known him since college. Just one of the best people on the planet, funniest, sweetest. He's like a brother. So I wanted to give him a gift befitting of his wonderfulness. So, yeah, you know, I cut my hair, and I started saving that hair and eventually made him a wig. And so what I did was I took one of those Styrofoam wig heads, put a bald cap on top of that then just a bunch of glue on top of the bald cap, matted down the hair on that, and then I made up the rest of the wig head. I painted it flesh-colored, put a couple of eyes in there. And, yeah. So, I presented it to him, and he -- -There we go. That's the photo of it. And so that is all -- I mean, that's a pretty good likeness. That's all your actual hair. -That is all my actual hair. Ooh, ooh! And I can't believe I buried the lede here. Yeah, the mustache is also my hair. But it's not from my head. -[ Laughs ] Leave it. Leave it at that. I mean... -Pubic hair. It's pubic hair. -No one would be surprised after seeing that that you -- to hear you're a wonderful gift giver. And you just gave someone what many say is the greatest gift of all. You just got engaged, my friend. -I did just get engaged. I'm very excited. I fell in love with a woman. -I'm so happy for you. -Thank you. Thank you. Oh, my God. I'm excited for you to get to know her more. You got to meet her the last time I was on your show. We all went out to dinner afterwards. -I know. She was wonderful. -Yeah, so it's -- We're super happy. And, uh -- Oop! My puppy's chewing on the cord. Get away from that cord... Mud Butt! Yeah, we call him Mud Butt. Um... -Wait. I want to ask this. A big part, of course, is giving the engagement ring. Can you tell us about your ring real quick? -So, it was -- I asked her on Christmas Day. We had been working on "MacGruber" scripts. And I kept saying, "Oh, I'm not done yet. I'm not done yet." So I'm like -- I want to -- I knew I wanted to propose, but I also had to get this friggin' "MacGruber" script in. So I finally, on the 24th, at 3:30 in the afternoon, sent in this "MacGruber" script I had been working on, grabbed my sister. We ran down, trying to find some kind of shop. I knew that I wanted to get a ring -- the ultimate ring with her, but I wanted to get -- You know, I for sure wanted to give her, like, a temp ring. [ Dog barks ] -Yeah. -So I'm looking, looking, looking. But it's -- Stores are closing. It's the day before Christmas. -Yeah, that's -- I mean, you should have seen that coming. -I should have s-- Yeah, you know, I'm a planner. I'm a planner. So, anyway, I finally -- I just almost -- I just give up. And I'm walking by this store that basically just sells postcards, and I saw that they had maybe three rings somewhere. And these -- Slim pickins. Slim pickins. Somehow it was meant to be, and I got her the ring that I used to propose. And it is the most beautiful-looking ring you can... -Yeah, it's stunning. And I'm assuming if you got it at a postcard store, it cost you a pretty penny. -Oh, the most beautiful ring that $55 can buy.