Dailies | Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon Spit Food All Over Each Other in Fake '80s TV Show (Video)

The faux show, “Palisades Park Pet Patrol,” was just an excuse for the two men to spray one another with various foods and drinks while saying words that start with the letter “P”

Things got very messy when Jon Hamm dropped by “The Tonight Show.” In a live bit that was framed as clips from an old '80s TV show they did together, the two simply spat food all over one another's faces by saying lots of words that start with the letter “P.”

They claimed their old show was called “Palisades Park Pet Patrol,” but they never did any patrolling. Instead, they put their uniforms on and ate crackers, pretzels, potato chips, peanuts, and pumpkin pie, all while guzzling Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and Hawaiian Punch.

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Apparently, they didn't really worry about manners on the force, as both men proceeded to pummel one another in the face with particles of pre-chewed food with every word they spoke. It made for quite a mess, but it was funny nonetheless.

With each subsequent segment, the pair got more and more covered with food, culminating in a yogurt and milk shake spit-off in the third and final “clip,” which you can see below. Just don't have anything in your mouth, or you might do a spit-take of your own while laughing.

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