After activating the Random Travolta Generator, Fallon finds himself face to face with the daunting task of reenacting Travolta's Tony Manero from "Saturday Night Fever."
The comedian challenged the actor to a "Travolt-Off" by reenacting scenes from some of his most iconic onscreen moments, including "Saturday Night Fever," "Grease," "Pulp Fiction," "Face/Off" and "Welcome Back, Kotter."
After activating the Random Travolta Generator, Fallon found himself face to face with the daunting task of reenacting Travolta's Tony Manero from the 1977 drama, "Saturday Night Fever."
"I can do this," he said laughing, trying to hype himself up. "It just feels so weird doing it right next to you!"
Fallon ended up spitting some lines that not only impressed his audience, but also Tony Manero!
Next up was Danny Zuko from the 1978 teen romance, "Grease." It was Travolta's turn, so naturally, he nailed it. Olivia Newton-John -- where you at?!
Fallon was up again. The generator gave him the task of doing his best Vincent Vega impersonation from the 1994 crime drama, "Pulp Fiction," so he whipped out that memorable Quarter-Pounder line.
Travolta's turn prompted him to do his best Nicolas Cage impression of Castor Troy from the 1997 thriller, "Face/Off" -- again delivering an impeccable performance.
The two then joined forces to bring Vinnie Barbarino from "Welcome Back, Kotter" back to life. And, yes, they also did "the dance."
Enjoy a walk down memory lane while watching the dynamic duo's awesome chemistry in the video above.
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