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Happy Father's Day, from Jimmy Fallon and Chris Christie

Jimmy Fallon and Chris Christie perform the
Jimmy Fallon and Chris Christie perform the 'Evolution of Dad Dancing' on The Tonight Show, Thursday night.
— image credit: YouTube screenshot (The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)

Jimmy Fallon is sending us off into Father's Day weekend with the images we all know too well – whether you're a proud, Phil Dunphy type or his perpetually embarrassed kids.

Fallon – in his latest instalment of 'The Evolution of Dad Dancing' – dressed up in his best over-the-hedges costume and invited New Jersey governor Chris Christie to join him on Thursday's Tonight Show. The pair performed a series of dances, from the well-known 'Lawn Mower' and the 'Belt Grabber' to more over-40 moves like 'Oh, Stop It, I'm Not Embarrassing You', the 'Passionate Elliptical' and the 'This Garbage Isn't Too Full Yet, I Can Do It Tomorrow Morning'.

The skit also poked fun of – or maybe was just conscious of – Christie's political presence, with moves like 'The Republican Convention', 'The Democratic Convention' and the 'This Bridge is Closed'.

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