"Godzilla" star Bryan Cranston stopped by the "Tonight Show" and played a round of one of host Jimmy Fallon's games called "Word Sneak," after delivering his impression of President Lyndon B. Johnson's method of persuasion.
But first, Fallon talked about Cranston's Tony award nomination. The 58-year-old, who plays Johnson in the Broadway show "All the Way," has been nominated for Best Performance by an Actor. The show itself, which is directed by Robert Schenkkan, was also nominated for Best Play.
"It's thrilling and exhausting," Cranston said. "It's nearly a 3-hour play and LBJ was fierce, he was ferocious in the White House. He would badger people, he'd tell crude jokes, he'd do whatever it took to get what he wanted."
"He also had long earlobes," Fallon added.
While on the subject, Cranston presented to Fallon the very prosthetic ears the actor uses in the show to look more like the America's 36th president.
"Am I doing it right? I haven't worn earrings in a while," Fallon joked.
"What's amazing about this is that this is foreskin left over from a circumcision," Cranston joked. "I got them from Mount Sinai hospital."
Fallon was shocked by the news, having just put on the prosthetics.
Then, the late-night host brought up LBJ's aggressive way of persuading and cajoling people while he was in office, which was deemed "The Johnson Treatment."
"That's what he was known for, and everybody knew going into the oval office they were going to get some form of that," Cranston explained. "And what it was is his ability to turn your opinion around to what he wanted you to think."
Fallon asked if Cranston could demonstrate, so the actor went into character with a southern accent and successfully convinced the "Tonight Show" host to drink frozen margaritas instead of margaritas on the rocks for Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
Finally, Cranston and Fallon played a game called "Word Sneak" in which the pair had to sneak ridiculous words like "badonkadonk" and "dungarees" into casual conversation.
You can watch the Cranston deliver "The Johnson Treatment" above. You can also watch their round of word sneak below.