Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon reminisced on the “The Tonight Show” about a fake 1980's TV show they did together, where they mostly sprayed food all over one another's faces.
In each clip of “Palisades Park Pet Patrol," Hamm and Fallon played animal patrol officers, Pat and Pete, who just didn’t get along.
“It was like ‘Lethal Weapon,' like two Mel Gibsons,” Fallon said about the show, noting that the two “would always end up in a messy, messy situation.”
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Pete (Fallon) and Pat (Hamm) would spit crackers, pumpkin pie and potato chips, at each other while saying lots of words starting with the letter "p."
"It's perfect day out there, Pat," Fallon said.
"Perfect for protecting pets, Pete," Hamm agreed, spitting crackers directly in Fallon's face.
Known as Don Draper on “Man Men,” Hamm kept his composure while Fallon couldn't help but laugh each time they became covered in crumbs, whipped cream, or pretzels.
Things got so messy that Fallon's fake mustache fell off as Hamm sprayed Hawaiian Punch on him.