Jack McBrayer may be the only guest in Fallon's history to call him "sir." But he made up for the typical dearth of gentility by saying it many many times and punctuated his sentences with words like "gosh" and "shameful." He may just be the cutest man in the world.
McBrayer, who plays Kenneth "The Page" Parcell on NBC's "30 Rock," was given a quiz by Fallon about the studios of 30 Rockefeller Center. He failed miserably and admitted that despite his character's deep-knowledge of the place, he has yet to be on a tour.
The highlights of the interview were Jack's description of his apartment which he says is a cross between "Miami Vice" and the "Golden Girls" -- full of sand, wicker and homeless people (although I don't remember any of the latter shacking up with Bea Arthur), and McBrayer's stories of meeting celebs like Brad Pitt and Meryl Streep and being unable to speak normally. He told Fallon he lets his nerves get to him and ends up sounding like a cartoon character.