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Chris Rock Talks Fatherhood With Jimmy Fallon

Chris Rock gives Jimmy Fallon two-time dad advice

We've been hearing a lot more from Chris Rock lately, as the star continues to make the rounds promoting his new film, "Top Five"—and you'll find no complaints about that here. While on his press tour, the comedian/writer/director/actor has been up to his usual hilarious, not-exactly-PC antics, dropping truth bombs all over the place. (Just take his recent New York Magazine interview, in which he shared this little nugget: "If poor people knew how rich rich people are, there would be riots in the streets.")

On Monday night, Rock stopped by the "Tonight Show" to offer Jimmy Fallon some more words of wisdom; this time, the subject was two-time fatherhood, since Fallon has just recently joined the club.

Congratulating Fallon on his new baby girl, Frances, Rock didn't miss a beat. "You got two babies!" he said, before announcing, "Your sperm worked twice!"

Rock also touches on how two kids are actually easier to handle than just one. Raising an eyebrow at that one? Just hear him out.

"Two kids are easier than one, because they play together," said Rock. "So when you have one, you have to be the show. When you got two, you’re just an usher."

He then goes on to explain the differences between his two girls—the very sweet Zarah and the not-always-so-sweet Lola. His description of both—and how he'd react if he heard someone hurt them one day—is very unfiltered, brutally honest and very Chris Rock. But hey, that's why we love him.

Earlier in the show, Fallon chatted a bit more about life as a dad of two-under-two, and even stepped out from behind the curtain for his opening monologue to say, "Welcome to the Tonight Show! I'm your host, completely exhausted."

He then shared some absolutely adorable photos of his little girls, including a very tiny Frances Cole, who is cute as a button, just like her big sis, Winnie.

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