Native Sudbury made a virtual appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday, with Fallon giving the couple the chance to show off their fraternal fraternity by participating in #CouplesChallenge which showcased how well they knew each other.
Chris, who mainly lived in Massachusetts for the past 18 months while filming “Defending Jacob” and “Knives Out,” said he asked Scott to leave LA and live with him just before the pandemic occurred.
“We act like kids again,” Scott said. “We only play games like Wiffle ball and‘ Mario Kart. ’”
For the Challenge Couple, the brothers closed their eyes and pointed to those who were closer to Fallon’s question. Chris and Scott agree to almost everything, reaching a blind consensus about who is better at Wiffle ball (Scott), who gets more trouble at school (Chris), and who is more likely to casually bring up how much push-ups they can get do (Chris).
Before Scott joined the interview, Chris also talked about a recent accident while trying to give his dog a haircut, Dodger, which was documented by the actor at his new opening. Instagram account.
“I’ve done it once before. Right when the quarantine started, I gave him a little trim, with a little fear, and it went well, “Evans said. “So I became a little confident and put on a shorter attachment, and it blew up on my face. I keep trying to improve it, and finally I [had to] cut my losses. “
Evans also discussed how much he enjoyed living in Massachusetts while shooting the limited Apple TV + series.
“We shoot [‘Defending Jacob’] 20 minutes from where I live; that’s great, “Evans said.” It feels like having 9 to 5. I sleep in my own bed, I see my family on weekends. That’s good. If I can shoot everything in Boston, I’ll be happy. “
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