The word was 'beaver.' 'It's not about what you think,' Silverman joked, before making it about what you think.

By Christopher Rosen
Updated January 22, 2016 at 01:03 PM EST
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Jimmy Fallon had a blue week.

One night after Dakota Johnson was censored on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon during one of the host’s guest games, Sarah Silverman was too.

While playing Word Sneak, a game where Fallon and Silverman were given a bunch of random words which they then had to seamlessly work into a conversation, Silverman was forced to say “beaver.”

“I’m thinking about my beaver,” the I Smile Back star said to a surprised Fallon, who doubled-over in laughter. Silverman then took the joke one beat further. “It’s not what you think, it’s not what you think,” Silverman said as the audience laughed. “It’s what I call my p—y.”

“I’m going to end it right there,” Fallon said, before adding that Silverman “was in trouble, missy.”

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On Wednesday’s episode, Johnson participated in an acting game, where she had to act out scenarios while pretending to be on the phone. In one, where her fiancé Darth Vader (don’t ask) was breaking up with her, Johnson said “Who the f—?”

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