By Ariana Bacle
Updated November 17, 2015 at 06:51 PM EST
Credit: CBS

James Corden and Reggie Watts were inspired by Shia LaBeouf’s #ALLMYMOVIES, a project that involved the actor sitting in a theater for three days straight and watching all his films in reverse chronological order — so inspired that they did a version of it themselves for a Late Late Show parody sketch centered around the host and bandleader sitting in a “theater” and watching all 106 episodes of their show.

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Like LaBeouf, the two laugh and cry and scarf down pocorn. They don matching white hoodies and green parkas, the same outerwear LaBeouf sported during his Angelika Film Center residency. But unlike LaBeouf, who remained mostly silent throughout the project, the two also vocally interact with what’s on the screen: “James, take the blindfold off!” Corden nervously shouts at his on-screen self at one point. “There’s a snake in your face!”

Watch the clip above.

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