Though Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig's bit at Sunday night's Golden Globes failed to impress Tommy Lee Jones, everyone else loved watching the former "Saturday Night Live" stars ad-lib their way through presenting the award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.
Playing unprepared presenters, Ferrell and Wiig took turns incorrectly explaining the plots of the nominated films.
“Emily Blunt. 'Salmon Fishing In The Yemen.' Beautiful. When the salmon are coming out and when the bad guy comes and the salmon's like...and you know...and you're in Yemen,” the duo joked.
"Judi Dench - where did she come from?" Ferrell said.
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