Dr. Evil Was Fired From The White House! Mike Myers Appears On The Jimmy Fallon’s Show In His Most Memorable Character

Date April 6, 2018

Dr. Evil is reported to be fired from the White House. The eternal Austin Power’s rival appears on the Jimmy Fallon’s show to provide shocking insider information. The public was generous for applause as always, as it is impossible not to be passionate towards Mike Myers’ beloved character.


Dear Dr. Evil

Originally, Dr. Evil was the interpretation of James Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld. However, the public enjoyed Mike’s play so much that they demanded more. Myers was a constant participant of Saturday Night Live from 1989 to 1995, and almost 20 years later he made a fabulous return in the image of Dr. Evil to address North Korea and Sony Pictures about the hack personally.

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Four years after that, he returned to the screens, paying a visit to the Jimmy Fallon’s show.


Unexpected appearance

Jimmy’s show has always attracted only the most remarkable personalities, and when Dr. Evil showed up in the studio, the public was thrilled with the upcoming performance. According to Fallon’s words, Dr. Evil had just been fired from the Trump’s administration, where he claimed to occupy "the secretary of evil" position but was later moved by Steve Bannon.

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His main responsibility was creating the evil ideas for the office, and his key achievement was "the wall." However, not all the ideas originated from Myers’ character. When Fallon asked about the issue of deporting "DREAMers," Dr. Evil answered:

No, Jimmy. Even I have my limits. I am evil, but I am not a monster!


In general, the two had a nice hilarious conversation, so if you are a fan of Dr. Evil’s spectacular sense of humor, you should definitely check the video.

Amazing character

People adore Mike Myers. The way he plays his character, particularly the legendary doctor, is unique.

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Even in 2014 on Saturday Night Live, and this time on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, so many years after the actual role, his manners and behavior keep reminding us about his stunning performance as Austin Power’s major villain. Thank you, Mike, thank you for giving us an opportunity to reminisce those good old days.

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