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May 24, 2017 3:10 pm

Jimmy Fallon Imitates Gal Gadot’s Israeli Accent, Jokes With Her About ‘Cabbage Patch’ Dolls on ‘The Tonight Show’

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Gal Gadot and Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Photo: Screenshot.

Late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon poked fun at “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot and tried imitating her Israeli accent during the actress’ appearance on “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday.

Fallon and Gadot played a classic “Tonight Show” game called “Box of Lies,” in which the host and guest sit across from each other with a barrier between them. After choosing a box with a mystery item inside, each player has to describe the strange item to their opponent, who has to then decide whether their competitor is lying to them or telling the truth.

At one point in the game, Fallon told Gadot his item was a Cabbage Patch Kids doll, but the Israeli actress was unfamiliar with the popular children’s toy.

“You don’t have that in Israel?” Fallon asked Gadot. “It’s a famous doll. Do you have dolls? Did you have dolls growing up?”

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Gadot later tried explaining an item that was shaped like a foot, but Fallon could not understand with her Israeli accent if she was saying “foot” or “food.” He then proceeded to mimic Gadot’s voice while she laughed at his efforts.

Watch Gal Gadot and Jimmy Fallon play “Box of Lies” below:

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