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Video: Zach Galifianakis And Jimmy Fallon Drop 'True Facts Of Truth'

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Zach Galifianakis stopped by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" yesterday to promote his new movie "The Hangover III" as well as his upcoming appearance on "Saturday Night Live," and while there, he and Fallon did a short skit called "True Facts of Truth."

In it, the two men appear as floating heads and drop knowledge on the crowd such as "A group of three or more men is called a group of men" and "The first shoe was worn sarcastically."

Here's the video in full:

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"The Hangover III" hits theaters at the end of this month. And if you can't wait until tomorrow night to see Galifianakis do funny things, here's a promo for his upcoming "SNL" appearance.

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