Someone should give Zac Efron's former drama teacher an apple.
Had it not been for Robyn Metchik, Jimmy Kimmel Live! wouldn't have received archived footage of the Dirty Grandpa star performing in his high school's production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Unlike some child actors, Efron attended a "legit" public school. Jimmy Kimmel surprised his guest with the video Thursday, saying, "It might be fun for us to talk a walk down—well, really, just memory lane for you—and a brand new undiscovered lane for us."
"Oh, no!" Efron said. "Are you serious?"
The 28-year-old movie star cringed as the video showed him singing "Suppertime" in character as Snoopy. "Nice moonwalking!" the late-night host told Efron. "Very impressive, by the way."
Efron replied, "Back then, that crushed. That was like a big deal."
"That would crush right now if you did it, by the way," Kimmel said.
And just like that, Efron channeled his inner Michael Jackson and did the moonwalk on cue. It may not be the High School Musical reunion fans wanted Wednesday night, but it'll have to do.