Here's a video Jimmy Fallon made for the series "Ask a Grown Man" for Rookie, the online magazine for teenage girls. Comedy dudes like Judd Apatow, Hannibal Buress, Kumail Nanjiani, Danny Pudi, and Mike Birbiglia have done past installments, fielding questions from teen and tween ladies, but all of their videos fall short of Fallon's because none of them included Mario Kart anecdotes.
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