Some would criticize Jimmy Fallon's celebrity-filled comedy sketches as being low-brow and shooting for the broadest, safest audience possible. His latest bit transcends the haters -- this time, he just hired preschoolers to write his shtick.
In "Kid Stand-Up," Fallon, Girls producer Judd Apatow, and John Wick: Chapter 2 star Keanu Reeves take to a classic brick wall comedy stage for a series of short stand-up sets. The twist: all of their material is written by children. For a taste of the jokes:
"How do you make a moose float?" asks Apatow. "Two scoops of ice cream, root beer, and one moose."
Coming out of the mouths of adults, it's priceless, and Reeves gets the strangest punchlines. Warning: his coked up, erratic take on stand-up comedy may make you spit take. Watch the full sketch above, which ends with joke about dead koala bears. Kids these days!