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Jimmy Fallon And Snoop Dog Are Keepin' It Real With Fake Arms

05/15/2015 09:19 am ET | Updated May 15, 2015

Fake-izzle armsizzle.

Snoop Dogg is apparently a very tough actor to work with, at least according to Jimmy Fallon. Thursday's "Tonight Show" featured a clip from Jimmy and Snoop's Canadian soap opera, "Jacob's Patience," the (fake) '90s show on which they co-starred, where Snoop refused to use his own arms. The arms might be fake, but it gets real.

Honestly, can we just have Snoop guest star on every show with fake arms? Seems like the world would be a better place.

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" airs weeknights at 11:35PM EST on NBC.

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