Martin Short Gushes About Steve Martin While Simultaneously Roasting Him | The Tonight Show

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Martin Short roasts Jimmy before talking about what he has learned from going on tour with Steve Martin and being nominated for 17 Emmys for Only Murders in the Building.

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