ICYMI: Jim Parsons Helps Jimmy Kimmel Break Down the Funniest Words in the English Language
Emmy Award-winning actor Jim Parsons certainly knows how to deliver words for laughs.
The star, better known as Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory, stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night to help with a segment in which Kimmel discussed what is scientifically proven to be the funniest word in the English language (it's "booty," by the way). Parsons then joined Kimmel onstage to read a list of other words that cause more chuckles. And you know what? They definitely got more than their fair share of laughs.
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