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Childhood innocence is just the greatest, and Jimmy Fallon and Channing Tatum proved it last night on The Tonight Show. The pair decided to perform blind script interpretations of Magic Mike as written by elementary school children who had never heard of the film and were just given its title.

While most adults would throw out fleshy interpretations of sweat, glitter, grinding and the exchange of dirty dollar bills, the scripts written by the youngsters proved to be adorably gentle.

Scene situations included Magic Mike helping his pal Josh fix a flat tire on his bike with his not-so-magical pump; Magic Mike getting fired from his alien-fending job because he was letting too many martians come to the planet (killer plot twist on this one) and of course Magic Mike cheering up a depressed magical bird. And you thought Magic Mike could just dance and do crunches?

Watch Jimmy and Channing perform Magic Mike in the latest edition of ‘Kid Theatre.’ It’s a hilariously bizarre eight minutes.

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:30 p.m., ET on CTV Two.