Watch Mike Myers, Jimmy Fallon Stage Goofy Canada v. U.S. Dance-Off

Comedians represent their respective home countries in absurd improvised dance battle

Mike Myers and Jimmy Fallon staged an improvised 'Tonight Show' dance-off on Tuesday, representing their home countries, Canada and the U.S.

Mike Myers and Jimmy Fallon staged a wacky dance-off on 'The Tonight Show,' with each representing their home countries (Canada and the United States, respectively). But there was a twist. The comedians took turns rolling a massive dice with crazy names they had to improvise dances around. 

Myers rolled the name "Perpetual Motion," which he interpreted with an Austin Powers-like flair of swinging Sixties hand gestures. Fallon rolled, "Which Pocket Did I Put My Keys In?," and did a rhythmic version of a security pat-down. 

Telling his rival in an exaggerated Canadian accent to check this "oot," Myers fired back with "Hot Poutine," burning his fingers on the imaginary dish. Fallon closed with the "Windy Plastic Bag," flailing around like an inflatable man. Ultimately, the contest ended with a union of nations, as the duo performed the childlike "Slip N Slide."

Myers recently released his book Canada, described by publisher Penguin Random House Canada as "part memoir, part history." The actor's iconic film comedy Wayne's World will return to theaters in February for 25th anniversary screenings