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.