Charlie Day Is Terrible At Summarizing Movies, High-Fiving

Even with a prompt like 'puppet liar,' poor Charlie's got nothing.

Charlie Day was on "The Tonight Show" Monday to promote the new season of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," which meant that he was also required by latenight television law to participate in one of Jimmy Fallon's signature games; in this case, a round of the movie trivia faceoff called 5-Second Summaries.

As you will see, it did not go well.

Although this game can be very successful -- Andy Samberg is particularly brilliant at it -- Charlie Day is evidently not gifted at summarizing films on the fly, and even worse at guessing them. The real problem, though, is that he and Jimmy seem to lack the intellectual chemistry to make an effective team, since not only can they not guess each other's summaries, but their high-fiving styles are also wildly mismatched. (And let's not even talk about the part where Jimmy yells "Theory of Everything!" in response to Charlie's "Weekend at Bernie's" prompt.)