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Call us crazy, but we somehow doubt the Harry Potter phenomenon would have exploded if the first book in JK Rowling's beloved series was actually titled... Harry Goes to School.

Or if Harry blew up upon reciting a certain spell.

But these were just a couple (way) wrong guesses parents interviewed by a Tonight Show staff member uttered last night, as Jimmy Fallon sent a reporter to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando to test the knowledge of various moms and dads.

What class does Snape teach? How do you spell Voldemort? What is the name of Harry's best friend?

Watch now to see how adults answered... and how their kids reacted in stunned shame:

Fallon himself attending a different amusement park earlier in the week, riding a roller coaster with Kevin Hart.

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Can we finally say it:

Covering "Let It Go" has jumped the shark.

Jimmy Fallon made sure of this on The Tonight Show yesterday, listing the latest version of this Frozen smash as the lowest-rated song on the chart.

Cue a fake rendition of the Idina Menzel hit by Arnold Schwarzenegger and prepare to never look at the track the same way ever again.

See what we mean in the first video below and then click through for other examples of "Let It Go," including Menzel's amazing original:

Arnold Schwarzenegger Covers "Let It Go"
Arnold Schwarzenegger sort of covers "Let It Go" in this Jimmy Fallon bit. But he definitely ruins it forever.

In contrastingly awesome Frozen music news, the following parody of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" is one of the best things to hit the Internet in months.

Let us ask you, dear readers, Do You Want to Go to Chipotle?

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We figured it couldn't get any funnier than Bryan Cranston playing Word Sneak and having no clue of the meaning behind "Badonkadonk."

But we figured wrong.

Ricky Gervais stopped by The Tonight Show last night and was tasked with slipping words into his conversation with the host that included "gerbil," "Shaquille O'Neal" and "squeegee."

How did this lead to Gervais asking Fallon whether or not he has a nickname for his penis? And the two men simply falling apart with laughter?

Watch now to find out:

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Jimmy Fallon is a smart man.

Clearly aware he'll never top the Emma Stone lip-sync battle from earlier this month, The Tonight Show host didn't even attempt to do so last night with guest Terry Crews.

Instead, the comedian and the actor engaged in the first-ever nip-sync duet, set to Paul McCartney's "Ebony and Ivory."

Yes, readers, a nip-sync duet. Click Play to see what we mean and prepare to be VERY impressed by Fallon's half-naked body:

Watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine online via TV Fanatic to see more of Crews in action and flip around below for more hilarious Jimmy Fallon sketches:

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The Tonight Show provided us with another hilarious viral moment on Monday.

A few days after Jimmy Fallon lost a lip-sync battle to Emma Stone and Cameron Diaz photobombed tourists on the roof of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, Bryan Cranston stopped by the program for a game of Word Sneak.

For the game, each star was challenged to use five words into a conversation - including “badonkadonk,” a term that the Breaking Bad actor butchered before turning to the audience and mouthing:

“I don’t know what that is!"

Watch the entire video now. It's totally adorable:

Looks like Cranston may be the one who knocks, but he's never the one who has knocked boots with someone who looks like Kim Kardashian.

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These days, the Internet belongs to Jimmy Fallon. We're just hanging out in it.

The Tonight Show host goes more and more viral with each show, as he blew up the Web just this week along with a terrific Robinson Cano prank and an AMAZING Emma Stone lip-sync battle.

On Wednesday, meanwhile, Fallon and Cameron Diaz ventured to the top of 30 Rockefeller Plaza to photobomb unsuspecting tourists.

Props and poses included a giant sandwich, Pharrell-inspired headwear and more.

Watch now to see the host and the actress have a ton of fun, and also to view the great reactions of subjects once they learn who has been bombing their photo...

In somewhat related news, Cameron Diaz has been with a woman. Yes, like that!

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Jimmy Fallon continues to bring the funny night after night on The Tonight Show.

This time Jimmy Fallon and Arnold Schwarzenegger spoofed a QVC segment featuring lines from AH-NOLD's iconic movies.

Schwarzenegger, introduced as a "renowned foodie," was overly fascinated with a Slap Chop. Why? Because the fascination allowed him to quote a line from the 1987 movie Predator

"Get to the chopper!" he exclaimed!

And no appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger would be complete without a throwback to The Terminator. But you'll have to watch the video for that one.

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Norwegian duo Ylvis brought their viral video sensation and eternal question - What Does the Fox Say?! - to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this week.

To fans' delight, the performance recreated nearly all the lights, characters, costumes and choreography that make the original video so absurd (and popular).

Take a look at the glory that is "The Fox" live below!

We can't really add much to something so ... unique.

There's a horse. There's an old man reading to a small child. There is a ring-ding-a-ling and a heck of a good time had by all who experienced this.

Kanye may have gotten all the buzz, but what the fox says is a more interesting topic than wheter Kim Kardashian deserves a star on the Walk of Fame.

In our opinion, at least. What does the FOX SAY?!

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Twerking is so over, according to Jimmy Fallon and Lindsay Lohan.

Maybe they've never seen Miley Cyrus Twerking. Or maybe they've seen too much of Miley Cyrus Twerking. In any case, they say it's totes played out.

On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Thursday, LiLo appeared and participated in a sketch about a fake Teen Nick show called Ew. It's about stuff that's ... ew.

Take a look at their comedic collaboration below:

"I'm Sara," Fallon said, getting into character as your standard American teenage girl. "And if you're wondering, that's S-A-R-A. No H, because H's are ew!"

Sara then introduced her BFFLFR - best friend forever for life for realsies - Stephanie Sullivan (Lohan), a big fan of One Direction singer Harry Styles.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt can add lip-syncing to his long list of talents.

The actor engaged in an epic, hardcore "lip-sync off" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this week, battling both Fallon and comedic writer Stephen Merchant.

The trio silently "sang" classics like "Boom! Shake the Room" and "Take On Me," but it was JGL's take on "Superbass" by Nicki Minaj that stole the show:

Not only did the 32-year-old actor appear to know every single word to the fast-paced song, he did it with booty-shaking, borderline Twerking moves.

Bet the Joseph Gordon-Levitt doppelganger was impressed.

Despite being put to shame by Gordon-Levitt, all is not lost for Fallon, who continues his amazing run lately as he prepares to take over for Jay Leno.

Also, check out his lip-sync off with John Krasinski.