Two grown men just spent nearly 10 minutes fanboying HARD over "The Bachelor," and it was beautiful.

On "The Tonight Show," official Bachelor Nation residents Elijah Wood, 36, and Jimmy Fallon, 42, interrupted each other repeatedly in their desire to get their points across. They can't even with Corinne, and have no idea who Bachelor Nick Viall should pick now that Rachel Lindsay is out of the running. (They were not happy with that spoiler.)

Turns out, Elijah is friends with Nick, and they even went to a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" together. It's one of those friend-of-a-friend situations. Elijah's friend Kyle met Nick at Lollapalooza, and he started hanging out with their crew. Elijah didn't know Nick from "The Bachelorette" but he heard about those experiences and found them "fascinating." Then Nick became "The Bachelor," and Elijah told Jimmy that he learned that Nick was going to be the rose-giver even before it was announced. (Fallon was way impressed by that.) Elijah had never watched "The Bachelor" before, but now he watches every Monday night.

In the 10 minute conversation, Elijah and Jimmy even re-enacted "Bachelor" dates. They went all-in. Watch and love, Bachelor Nation:For the record, Elijah insists that Nick is a genuine guy, and what you see is what you get.

Elijah was on the show to promote his new Netflix movie "I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore," but they don't talk much about that. Too busy with "The Bachelor."

Elijah also played Musical Beers with Susan Sarandon and Little Big Town, so watch that, too:

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ABCTV14March 25, 2002
Based on 10 critics

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