During a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Kristen Wiig and Jimmy Fallon engaged in an entertaining game where they guessed the plots of famous movies they had never seen. Wiig confessed that she felt embarrassed about not having seen certain classic films, so they decided to try and come up with their own interpretations of the movies’ plots.

Fallon suggested that they give each other a list of movies and try to guess what they were about. Wiig agreed and they began the game. Fallon gave Wiig a list of movies, including “The Notebook,” “Avatar,” “Twilight,” “50 Shades of Grey,” “The Philadelphia Story,” “Meet Me in St. Louis,” “The Grapes of Wrath,” and “It Happened One Night.”

Wiig hilariously attempted to guess the plot of “The Notebook,” believing it involved Ryan Gosling as a farmer who falls in love with Rachel McAdams, a rich woman who is not allowed to love him. Wiig even suggested that one of them dies, showing some confusion about the actual storyline.

Moving on to “Avatar,” Wiig admitted that she had never watched it and guessed that it involved aliens who try to save their planet, although she wasn’t entirely sure. The same confusion continued with her interpretation of “Twilight,” where she mentioned vampires, a love triangle, and a big fight.

When it came to “50 Shades of Grey,” Wiig acknowledged its saucy nature and believed that it involved a rich character who ties up his love interest and then gets into trouble. As for “The Philadelphia Story,” Wiig playfully imagined a story about people in Philadelphia arguing over the best cheesesteak.

Next, Wiig amusingly connected “Meet Me in St. Louis” as a sequel to “The Philadelphia Story,” imagining characters getting rich from the cream cheese business, leaving their hometown, and ultimately building a futuristic home that ends up only having a roof. She suggested that’s how the St. Louis Arch came to be.

As the game continued, Wiig attempted to guess the plot of “The Grapes of Wrath,” involving two vineyards in a rivalry and a love story between a guy and a girl who is allergic to red wine. Finally, with “It Happened One Night,” Wiig humorously quipped that it was a short film about her losing her virginity in college, playfully urging the audience not to judge.

This lighthearted and comical game allowed Wiig and Fallon to showcase their improvisational skills and comedic timing. The skit was a delightful reminder of how entertainment can bring people together even when they haven’t seen the same movies. Fans of The Tonight Show were surely entertained by Wiig’s wild and imaginative interpretations.