[ Cheers and applause ] [ Insects chirping ] -Psst! Justin, are you asleep? -No. No, I’m awake. I had like
seven Charleston Chews. -Me too.
I can’t get to sleep. Hey! You want to play
Two Truths and a Lie? -Yeah! Wait.
How do you play that? -It’s easy. You say three things,
but only two of them are true, and I have to guess
which one’s the lie. -Okay.
-Uh-huh. -I love sleepaway camp… -Uh-huh. -…s’mores
are my favorite snack… -Uh-huh. -I don’t secretly wish
I was in Color Me Badd. -Um, the last one’s a lie. -[ Laughing ] Yeah. Don’t tell anybody. ♪ Ooooh, ooh ooh ooh ♪ -I wish I was in Boyz II Men. ♪ No-ooh ♪ Hey, I got an idea. You want to sing that song
we heard on the radio today? -Oh, you mean… “What’s Up?”,
by the 4 Non Blondes? Yeah!
I love that song. But remember…
-What? -We got to keep it down. ‘Cause it’s after lights out. -Okay. ♪ 25 years,
and my life is still ♪ ♪ I’m trying to get up that
great big hill of hope ♪ ♪ For a destination ♪ -♪ And so I wake in the morning,
and I step outside ♪ ♪ And I take a deep breath,
and I get real high ♪ ♪ And I scream
from the top of my lungs ♪ ♪ What’s going on?! ♪ ♪ And I said,
Hey, yeah, yeah-ah-ah ♪ ♪ Hey, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ I said, hey ♪ ♪ What’s going on? ♪ [ Whistle blows ] [ Whistle blows ] -Now, boys… I — Boys, I need you
to stop the ruckus, okay? I need you to stop
the ruckus now, all right? -I’m sorry, Mr. Fletcher. We were just singing a song. -Just singing a song?
Is that what you were doing? ‘Cause it sounds like you were
just drowning in a lake. But you guys aren’t drowning,
are you? You’re clowning, okay? So, listen up,
you little Bozo the Clowns! Plural. After lights out, it means
you guys have to go to sleep, or you’re gonna lose
your Snack Shack privileges. All right?
And a little birdie told me… [ Whistles ] …that tomorrow, they’re
gonna have every kind of soup. I mean, everything. -E-Everything? -Everything, Justin —
all the way from beef barley to chicken…barley. -Sorry, Mr. Fletcher.
-Okay. -We’ll go to bed.
-Yeah. -That’s better. Good night, guys. Go to sleep. -Hey, did Mr. Fletcher
look different to you? -Yeah, way more theatrical. -[ Laughing ] Well, let’s just
try to get to sleep. -Okay. Hey.
Good night, Jimmy. -Good night, Justin. [ Humming to the tune of
“What’s Up?” ] -♪ …and I get real high,
and I… ♪ -♪ Scream at the top of my lungs
what’s going on? ♪ ♪ And I said,
Hey, yeah, yeah-ah-ah ♪ ♪ Hey, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ I said, hey,
what’s going on? ♪ [ Whistle blowing ] [ Whistle blows rhythmically ] -Did I just not say
no more ruckus? Guys, I don’t want
to hear a ruckus, I don’t want to hear
a fruckus, druckus, I don’t need to see a bruckus! I want nothing, okay? -Okay, all right. -None of the -uckuses. -Okay.
-No ruckus. -All right, no ruckus. -In fact, the only sound
I want to hear from you two is the gentle,
sweet sound of snoring. Okay?
That sounds like this. [ Snoring, whistling ] Okay?
You understand? -Sounds like
a really heavy bird, but… -I’m sorry. I’m sorry, Mr. Fletcher. -Okay, well,
don’t be sorry, Jimmy. Just be quiet. Okay?
I’m begging you, to t… [ Whistle blows ] You just
need to be quiet, okay? Now, guys, I’ve got to get — -You okay, Justin?
-You okay? -Yeah, it’s allergies. -I see. -I think he’s allergic to nuts. -I, uh…
I’ve gone a little insane. I thought I could stop light. [ Laughter ] Listen, guys,
I also need my sleep, okay? ‘Cause I got a bunch of problems going on in my life
right now, all right? -What?
What happened? -What’s wrong with you? -I’m sorry, I just — I “accidentally”
rubbed poison ivy all over my nut sack. -Uh, why did you put
“accidentally” in air quotes? -Justin, just stop the ruckus. Please just
stop with the ruckus. -Just seems —
Just seems weird, but okay. All right.
-Can you stop the ruckus? -Yeah. -Now go to sleep, guys. Just go to sleep!! I’m sorry. You’re my sweet princes,
and I love you dearly. Okay. -Wow. You know what, though? Mr. Fletcher,
as weird as he is, is right. We should go to bed. -Yeah. Hey — Hey, Justin? -Yeah, Jimmy? -Best friends forever? -[ Chuckles ]
Yeah. Best friends forever. -♪ Oh-ay, oh-ay ♪ -Justin, did you just hear that? -♪ Oh-ay, oh-ah ♪ -There it is again! It’s coming
from outside the cabin. -Wait.
It couldn’t be. -Is that… Billy from Camp Buttonwood? -Hey. It sure is me. It’s me. -How did you get here?
-Oh, it was easy. I took 89 to Mountain Borough
and got off at 7A. I took 25 the rest of the way. -Really? -No, stupid, I’m 12. I kayaked. -You’re 12?
-Yeah. -Why do you have a beard? -I didn’t
when the sketch started. [ Laughter ] -What was that song
you were singing outside? -Oh, just a little something
that’s called “The Rhythm is Gonna get You,” by Gloria Estefan
and the Miami Sound Machine. -Oh, yeah.
I love that song! -Hey, do you guys
want to sing it with me? -Okay!
-Okay. ♪ Oh-ay, oh-ay-oh ♪ -♪ Oh-ay, oh-ay ♪ -♪ Oh-ay, oh-ah ♪ -♪ Oh-ay, oh-oh-ah ♪ -♪ The rhythm is gonna get you ♪ ♪ Rhythm is gonna get you ♪ ♪ The rhythm is gonna get you ♪ ♪ The rhythm is gonna get you ♪ ♪ Tonight ♪ [ Whistle blowing ] -Fallon!
Timberlake! Crystal! -Sorry. ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪