David Spade has had it rough when it comes to women.
“Nicholson asked Lara Flynn Boyle out in front of me, while we were all smoking a doob somewhere,” Spade said.
“She got mad because I didn’t stick up for her,” the “SNL” alum added. “I said, ‘I’ve been in this town long enough to know when I’m outranked. You’re either gonna go out with him or you’re not.’ She goes, ‘No way. He’s worse than Trump!’”
Things took an interesting twist when, according to Spade, Boyle and Nicholson were involved in a car crash and she “crawled out of the sunroof and yelled, ‘I have a boyfriend! I can’t be here!’”
Spade, 51, said he got a call from the National Enquirer about the snafu. “That’s how I found out,” he revealed. “She and I didn’t talk too much after that.”
In another tidbit from the off-the-cuff interview, Spade says he often gets dragged thorough the mud in the Twitterverse, and people have said they wished he’d died instead of fellow funnyman Chris Farley, who overdosed in 1997.
“People still give me s–t about him: ‘I wish you had died instead of Chris Farley.’ That’s on Twitter almost every day.”
Spade says he’s OK with the negativity and criticism. “… I don’t like the assumption that I think I was in the same league as Chris,” he said. “I was not. He was his own superstar.”