The first was an apology letter, saying the hosts did not mean to hurt his feelings at the Globes.
Also on Wednesday, Clooney revealed his side of the prank during a Sirius XM Town Hall event with the cast: "I sent her a letter saying, Dear Tina, listen, it’s from Matt, and it just says, ' Look, it sounds hypocritical because I laughed at the jokes about George and Leo, but you know, that’s sort of what people think about them.
But when you called me a garbage man, it just seemed like low hanging fruit, it just seemed like an easy joke.
And you know, I don’t want an apology, I don’t want anything else, I just want you to know that my kid now calls me the garbage man.'" Clooney also vowed that the letter was only the first step in his revenge.
character, “George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age.” Within weeks, Clooney retaliated in a scheme involving Matt Damon and customized stationery before revealing during a radio interview that he was planning another “downright dirty” and “pretty brutal” revenge prank on the duo.
Upon hearing this, it seems, Amy Poehler has decided to formally surrender to Clooney, “the master prankster.” On the inaugural episode of on Monday, Poehler took a moment to address Clooney and beg him to stop.
“We told some jokes and then [Clooney] kind of got back [at us] using Matt Damon as a decoy,” Poehler explained to Meyers last night.
“And I just want to use your show to wave the white flag—and tell Clooney that I surrender. And I want to say something to George Clooney that no woman has ever said to him, which is: George, please stop.
, so it's fitting the actor has been drafted in the prank war Clooney is waging against Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Fey and Poehler fired the first shot while hosting the Golden Globes, where they poked fun at Clooney.