TV Sandra Bullock Drops F-Bomb on 'Tonight Show' By Robert Pace 9:32 PM PDT, June 26, 2013 NBC Sandra Bullock heated things up on Wednesday night's Tonight Show with Jay Leno when she let some foul language jump off her tongue. An iniquitous "f-bomb" was dropped when The Heat star and the late-night host were discussing the foul language in her upcoming comedy with Bridesmaids star Melissa McCarthy. PICS: Sandra & Melissa Goof Off at 'Heat' Premiere + More Star SightingsBullock explains that the film, centered on her and McCarthy's character's quest to take down a Russian mobster, contains a total of 190 f-bombs, most of which are uttered by McCarthy's character. "When you drop them, you're just cooler," Bullock says, tongue-in-cheek. "I'm cooler when I drop them."That comment encourages Leno to ask the 48-year-old actress if she uses foul language in her everyday life, to which she responds by assuring him that she doesn't swear around children. VIDEO: Flashback: Sandra Bullock Dreads Swimsuit SceneLeno highlights that no children are present in the audience, implying that she should give him a sample swear."You know, it just makes me f***ing cool when I drop them," Bullock responds to an uproar of applause. Watch the amusing video for yourself below.