"I told them, 'Look, journalists are going to call you, because it’s what they do and they’re going to come to the house,' and they did," Schumer recounted, adding that she gave special advice to Deb.
"I told her, 'Deb, they’re going to call you. Just say ‘no comment.' She’s like, ‘I got it, Ame. I got it. No comment. Not a problem,'" Schumer recalled. "Not even 10 minutes later, I get a Google alert that says, Time magazine [reported] that Deb was like, 'I’ve never heard of her before in my life.' Too far Deb!"
Schumer and Fallon later played a game called "Explain This Photo," where they both went through each other's phones to look for pics that seems particularly strange.
For Fallon's first choice, he chose a photo of Schumer and Hanisch hanging out with Jerry Seinfeld and a number of their friends in a place called Pig Island. It was a pic the comic has posted to Instagram in March.
"I think Ben's looking at my butt there, like, that's what they looks like, right?" Schumer joked. "Or maybe he's looking at the pig's butt."
Hanisch, a Chicago-based furniture designer, confirmed that he and Schumer were dating in an Instagram pic posted on New Year's Eve, which he captioned, "Sometimes in life you get extremely lucky, and the smartest, funniest, most beautiful woman comes along when you least expect it."