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Benedict Cumberbatch Plays Three Word Guessing Game On Jimmy Fallon

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Guess who's back?
 
That's right, just days after wowing the world over with his range of celebrity impressions, Benedict Cumberbatch has proven he has another string to his bow for interview patter, prompting clues in a guessing game with three words at a time. 
 
The debonair star was appearing on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, where the pair took turns at telling stories three words at a time to help one another guess a mystery word.
 
While Fallon had the task of getting the Sherlock star to say unicorn, his British opponent had the tougher assignment of getting Fallon to say ‘booty’ – and let’s just say he didn’t go down the pirate’s treasure route…
 
We feverishly await more examples of Cumberbatch showing just why he’s possibly the greatest human being ever.
 

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