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Seth Rogen, Jimmy Fallon Perform Stand-Up Comedy Written by Kids (Video)

”Neighbors 2“ star and ”Tonight Show“ host tell jokes that would get most thrown off the stage

Seth Rogen and Jimmy Fallon returned to their stand-up comedy roots on Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” and it was bad — albeit intentionally bad.

The “Neighbors 2” star and the late-night host each performed a series of one liners that were written by kids between the ages of 5 and 10.

As you would expect, these were the types of jokes that would normally get a comedian booed offstage, or perhaps make your dad the hit of a BBQ somewhere.

For example: “The Invisible Man went to the doctor. The nurse told the doctor, ‘The Invisible Man is here.’ The doctor said, ‘Tell him I can’t see him right now.'”

You get the idea.

The two then jumped on stage together to perform a little joint comedy session, much to the audience’s delight, and no doubt the kids watching at home.

Watch the video above.