Jimmy Fallon Brings Back His Barry Gibb Impression To Sing With The Real Barry Gibb

They sing fall-inspired phrases in the style of the Bee Gees.

If you were a fan of Saturday Night Live several years ago, you probably remember Jimmy Fallon's impression of Bee Gees member Barry Gibb. He hosted a talk show with his brother Robin (played by Justin Timberlake) and sang all of his dialogue in that signature falsetto.

Wednesday night, he brought his impression back, wig and everything, to perform a duet with the real Barry Gibb on The Tonight Show. As if Gibb's presence didn't already make it '70s enough, the performance recreated a segment from The Electric Company. Standing in profile, the two Barry Gibbs work together to sing fall-themed words, and phrases such as scarecrow, football, and pumpkin spice latte. 

They eventually sing "haunted hayride" to the tune of the (potentially life-saving) classic "Stayin' Alive." And be sure to watch to the end to hear their take on the classic "trick-or-treat" rhyme.

It's great to see that Gibb, who just released his first solo album in 32 years, is willing to poke a bit of fun at himself. We'd be more than OK with a segment like this for every season. 

Watch Barry Gibb and "Barry Gibb" sing their hearts out below: