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Kristen Stewart Outs Dumb Pal, Tries Odd Porno-ish Game on Fallon (see!)

Kristen Stewart hit the talk show circuit to promote her new movie Camp X-Ray. On Jimmy Fallon, she had other things on her mind.  (Photo by Theo Wargo/NBC/Getty Images)

Kristen Stewart hit the talk show circuit to promote her new movie Camp X-Ray. On Jimmy Fallon, she had other things on her mind. (Photo by Theo Wargo/NBC/Getty Images)

Kristen Stewart must have had better things on her mind (maybe not), but spent most of the time on Jimmy Fallon last night talking about a slacker friend and two abandoned dogs and playing a game that oddly seemed subliminally pornographic.

Oh right, she also talked about her new movie “Camp X-Ray,” for which she’s receiving some of the best reviews of her career.

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Kristen got things started when she mentioned that a friend found two abandoned dogs while playing “frisby golf” in a local park.

That’s all it took for Fallon to go off on a Jeff Spicoli riff from “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” the 1982 coming-of-age film starring Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold and Phoebe Cates.

He seemed to get into it because it went on way too long. At times he even shouted down Kristen. But, hey, it’s his show.

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In any event, Stewart ended up talking about her cuddly, new pooch. When she makes these appearances, she always seems to be trying to soften her image.

“Hey, I have friends and don’t eat dogs,” she seemed to be saying. “Do you like me yet?”

The subliminal messages didn’t end there. Fallon pulled out two gag elephant masks with trunks that looked, well, like erect penises.

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The object of the game was to put on the mask and use the “erect” trunks to pick up rings. The sexual innuendo seemed obvious.

Plus, it recalled another film, Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 classic “A Clockwork Orange.” You’ll just have to look it up.

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