Once again, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are cracking us up.
On last night's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the host and his singer pal performed a skit impersonating two preteens at summer camp.
Set in Camp Winnipesaukee in 1995, Jimmy and Justin appear to have trouble falling asleep in their cabin in the woods.
The two decide to play a few games in order to help them catch some zzz's before their camp counselor catches them up after "lights out."
First, they start with a rousing game of 20 questions.
Jimmy asks Justin if he's thinking of a person, to which J.T. responds, "Yeah."
Jimmy's first guess is George Washington, which was incorrect, but then nails it when he guesses Topanga from Boy Meets World.
After realizing how short-lived that game was, the two decide to adopt another plan to help pass the time.
Justin suggests a sing-along, to none other than "I Only Want to Be With You" by "Hootie and His Blowfish."
But the Grammy-winning singer warns that they have to keep their singing down because they don't want to get into trouble.
Jimmy puts down his Gameboy, preps himself and begins singing the first verse of the hit song.
Both can't help but crack up through their rendition—it's hilarious!
After the counselor catches them making too much noise he takes away their snack shack privileges as a punishment.
But that doesn't stop them from singing.
The two get caught two more times for belting the tune past their bedtime and the skit only gets better and better.
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