During an episode of "Lights Out With David Spade," the host got a tribute tattoo of the late comedian's initials from actor Sean Penn and recalled one of Farley's "pranks" during their time as cast members on "Saturday Night Live" in the early 1990s.
After a "giggling" Farley asked Spade if he had been back to their shared office recently, Spade quickly discovered why the "Beverly Hills Ninja" star was inquiring. "So we all go back there and he had my Playboy out... and he had... jizzed all over it,' Spade exclaimed.
"Wow," Penn replied with his mouth agape.
"Yea... JIZZ. And he goes 'Hee hee hee' and then we were all there staring at him like he's crazy and then he goes 'No no no' and then he knew it was badand knew it was not cool.. and he goes 'David don't tell anyone, David,'" continued the host.
Spade had only left Farley in their office for a very brief time before returning to find the soiled publication. "And I go 'We were gone for a minute?!' And he goes 'I can jizz in a minute.'"
Spade ended the anecdote by joking that he promised Farley he wouldn't "tell anyone for 25 years," adding the bawdy story was "more for Christmas."
The two comedians shared a well-known close friendship after working on "SNL" from 1990 to 1995. They went on to star in the cult comedies "Tommy Boy" and "Black Sheep" together.
Farley died of a drug overdose on December 18, 1997. Spade didn't attend the services for Farley, but explained why during a Reddit exchange in 2014."I think people misunderstood me not going to that funeral. It was just too... emotional, and I wouldn't be able to handle it,' he admitted.