When debating the popularity and overall tightness of one's pants, it's perhaps best to avoid televised pants-related confrontations with noted wearers of pants Will Ferrell and Christina Aguilera. However, despite the obviousness of such a fact, Jimmy Fallon decided to do the exact opposite on Monday's Tonight Show by inviting both Ferrell and Aguilera to the stage for a brief celebration of awesome pants and equally awesome hair:


Three's a crowd, particularly when singing about one's popular pants, so this celebration quickly (and quite tragically) devolved into a full-on argument televised to millions across the world. Ferrell, marking his return to the "Tight Pants" territory with a renewed sense of urgency regarding said pants, is once again faced with the soul-crushing reality that this town is only equipped to handle one esteemed wearer of artfully slim trousers.

"Now you listen to me, you fat-faced cob-nobbler," Ferrell tells a befuddled Fallon. "I don’t know who you are or what butthole you crawled out of, but this here is my woman and that’s my baby and every night he gets swaddled in the tightest of pants." Tremendous poetry, really.

For a proper "Tight Pants" backstory, revisit Ferrell's original (pre-Seth Meyers) Late Night appearance below:

For the next round of mind-expanding tight pants discussions, perhaps Fallon should consider enlisting fellow amazing-haircut-possessor Anton Chigurh:


Stay strong, Will Ferrell. Your time will come.