Robert Pattinson, Jimmy Fallon

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Robert Pattinson sure has some high-fallutin' career aspirations.

First of all, he wants other people to start doing voices for him.

"I would like to mime comedy and have somebody else do my voice," the Twilight star, sitting in the same chair Kristen Stewart perched in 24 hours beforehand, said Thursday on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the latest stop on his Breaking Dawn: Part 2 press tour extravaganza.

"That would be amazing," he insisted. "I would love to just be a puppet. I wish I could do that for every single job. I wish I could do that right now!"

Of course, Fallon was only too happy to oblige, and he offered up several possible substitute voices for the British thesp.

"Do something sexy!" Rob suggested.

The 26-year-old actor also revealed the "only time I've ever genuinely peed my pants."

Even Fallon, who counts Chris Kattan as a friend, was surprised to hear it was while Pattinson was watching Corky Romano.

"It's a genuine classic movie," he insisted. Asked if he would want to be in the sequel, Rob said he wished he could just be in the first one.

"Superimposed," he joked.

Fallon asked Pattinson about what Stewart had referred to as the "Chucky doll baby" that stood in for an infant Renesmee in Breaking Dawn: Part 2, and Rob admitted it was rather weird to have a 3-week-old wearing a wig on set.

"That was fun. Whenever you put a wig on a baby, it starts to cry," he said.

Then it was on to one of the famous Late Night water wars ("Now I can pee my pants!" Rob exclaimed gleefully), which Rob won, getting to throw all of his glasses of water in Jimmy's face first.

"Why didn't we start with this?!" wondered a delighted Pattinson, who at one point even dumped a glass on himself. "This is my favorite talk show in America."

Robert Pattinson, Jimmy Fallon

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