Jerry Seinfeld, Jimmy Fallon, Martin Short play Pictionary on 'Tonight show'

Fallon and Short played against Seinfeld and Miranda Sings during the segment.

By Veronica Linares

NEW YORK, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- Jimmy Fallon invited Martin Short, Jerry Seinfeld and Miranda Sings (Colleen Ballinger) for a game of Pictionary during Monday's episode of The Tonight Show.

The host and his guests split into two teams for the game and Fallon and Short played against Seinfeld and Sings.


After both teams failed to correctly guess on their first two tries -- Miranda drew too slowly and Short's drawings didn't make much sense -- both teams went into a sudden death, in which Miranda and Short were tasked with drawing Mrs. Clause for their teammates.

The result was a tie. The video at the top will explain why.

"This is the first ever tie in Pictonary," Fallon said at the end of the segment.

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