Paul Rudd and Jimmy Fallon Go Full-On '80s Rock During Styx Cover on 'The Tonight Show'

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Can Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd please remake every classic '80s song?

To promote his new film Captain America: Civil War, Rudd appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday, but because it's The Tonight Show, that wasn't all he did. The actor and talk show host pulled out all the stops for a shot-by-shot remake of Styx's legendary banger "Too Much Time on My Hands." 

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This was no ordinary rock remake, either. Fallon and Rudd mirrored the band members' every move, from the idiosyncratic gestures to that famous piano "finger glide" and even those crazy '80s outfits! 

As the lead singer, Rudd looked spectacularly retro in a baby-blue jumper and blond wig, but it was his sweet moves that he was totally selling. Meanwhile, Fallon was decked out in a curly wig and sparkly suit as he absolutely slayed the keyboard. 

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Watch the full parody below. 

Amy Adams was recently on The Tonight Show to promote Batman v. Superman and, naturally, Fallon got her to sing too -- well, sort of. Check out this video of the actress hilariously taking on Rihanna's "Work" during the game Box of Microphones.