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OTRC: Bryan Cranston doesn't know the word 'badonkadonk,' hilarity ensues

Bryan Cranston appears on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on May 5, 2014. (NBC)

While former "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston may be adept at acting, he isn't as good with early 2000s hip-hop slang.

The 58-year-old actor appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Monday, May 5, to promote his upcoming film "Godzilla" and the term "badonkadonk" came up while the two played a game called Word Sneak. Watch a video of Cranston's appearance on the show below.

In the game, the two players get a set of five words to try to seamlessly fit into an on-going conversation. For example, Fallon's first word was "dungarees" while Cranston's was "spork."

Cranston was doing pretty well until he got to the word "badonkadonk," which means a large, curvaceous behind. The word is pronounced bah-DONK-uh-donk.

The moment Cranston got to the word, you could see a pained expression on his face and when he tried to fit it into the conversation, he pronounced it "bada-kahn-donk!"

"That's not an Indian name," Fallon said in between laughing fits.

"Godzilla" hits theaters on May 16. Check out a trailer for the film and a video of Cranston on "The Tonight Show" below.

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