Arnold Schwarzenegger has his mind read by Jimmy Fallon

It doesn't make sense but it's brilliant.


by Maria Vallahis |
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Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for a "brainstorm" game.

Causing the audience to uproar with laughter Jimmy answered with a series of questions to match up with the series of answers Arnie was providing. Sounds complicated but it's a bag of laughs.

For the game, Jimmy and the Terminator actor to a head set which "linked" while they were seated back-to-back with each other.

The 67-year-old came with a list of reponses where the show host had to figure out what questions he was providing the answers for.

"It's complicated," Schwarzenegger started. Then the jokes started as obviously Jimmy was picking the wrong questions to match up, making for hilarious viewing.

"What does Chris Christie say after leaving a buffet table?" said Jimmy to Arnie's famous saying "I'll be back."

Things got even funnier when Arnie says "the battle of the bulge". Jimmy responds with what he believes the question to be: "What was the original title of Magic Mike 2?" LOL.

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