Kate McKinnon and Jimmy Fallon played a game with Alexa on Monday’s “Tonight Show”.
Fallon explained to the actress how the skit “Hey Robot” worked: The pair try to trick the Amazon device into saying a certain word without saying the word itself.
McKinnon hilariously tried to get Alexa to say the word “mitten” by asking what the equivalent of a fingerless glove was (FYI, Alexa says they’re called “fingerless gloves”).
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See how they do with “shamrock” in the clip above.
McKinnon also spoke about filming her upcoming series “Joe vs. Carole”, which airs on STACK TV/Showtime, in Australia.
She recalled, “My first day [in Australia] I was walking on the street, and I saw what I thought was the most beautiful bird I’ve ever seen in my life,” revealing how it was a big, white bird with a “long, elegant beak.”
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“And I was like, ‘What is this majestic heron just loose in the street? My God, I’ve been blessed here — this is a sight!’ And I asked some guy that I ran into, I was like, ‘What is this gorgeous bird?’ And he was like, ‘Oh, that’s a bin chicken.'”
The birds, also known as Australian white ibis, tend to rummage in bins for garbage.
“[Ibises are] their pigeons, and they have about eight songs about how much they hate them,” McKinnon joked.
“Joe vs. Carole” will air on Showcase and STACKTV this March.