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If D.A.R.E or those "Above the Influence" commercials didn't have enough of an effect on you growing up, this anti-drug PSA will absolutely teach you not to do drugs.

2 Broke Girls stars Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings appeared on The Tonight Show Monday where host Jimmy Fallon unearthed a photo of Behrs from when she was just a little girl participating in a traveling show group called Believe in Yourself, which taught kids that they shouldn't do drugs.

Behrs revealed she played "the Valley Girl on Jeopardy," and admitted that at just 6 years old she didn't really know the stereotyping behind Valley Girls.

"I don't even think I knew what that was, but I was good at playing dumb!" Behrs joked. "I got that one!"

Confused as to how Behrs could possible dance while acting out Jeopardy, Fallon asked the blonde beauty how that worked. Only then did she reveal that she and the rest of the group had a special anti-drug PSA rap that they used to perform to the tune of "Whoomp! (There It Is)."

Beth Behrs, Kat Dennings, Tonight Show

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Embarrassed at first, Behrs tried to explain how the tune went, but then Dennings stepped in and peer pressured her into performing it for the audience.

"Just do the rap!" Dennings insisted. "Just do the cheer!"

And so she began, with Dennings serving as a backup dancer.

"Believe in yourself / Set your goals high / You don't need drugs in order to fly," she rapped.

Even though Dennings didn't contribute much to Behrs' song, the brunette bombshell explained that she would always be on hand to help a girl out.

"If your best friend stands up and does a rap, you have to do it with her," Dennings explained.

Watch the video above to hear more of the rap and see what Fallon unearths from Dennings' childhood!

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