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WATCH: Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Fallon Talk on Helium on "The Tonight Show"

“I really shouldn’t be doing this,” Morgan joked. “It’s very undignified.”

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    Actor Morgan Freeman talks while sucking helium out of a balloon with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."

    Morgan Freeman dished on his science show while sucking helium out of balloons with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.”

    But first, Fallon showed Freeman a viral clip of comedian Frank Caliendo reading a letter written by LeBron James published in Sports Illustrated announcing his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Caliendo delivers the basketball players words with a spot-on impression of 77-year-old’s trademark voice.

    “You know you’ve arrived when people start doing impressions of your voice,“ Freeman said. “That’s brilliant.”

    Finally, Freeman and Fallon talked about the “Lucy” star’s science show “Through the Wormhole” while sucking helium from balloons to the audience’s delight.

    “I really shouldn’t be doing this,” Morgan joked. “It’s very undignified.”

    The distinguished actor also spoke on helium in a segment on his show.

    Watch the two talk on helium in the video above, or here if you are viewing on mobile.