A great thing that's been happening on late-night shows for decades is the filmed interaction of otherwise infrequently televised animals hanging out with public figures.

Monday, Isle of Dogs star Jeff Goldblum and Marlon co-creator/star Marlon Wayans generously contributed their time to the cause of making James Corden's Late Late Show watchable for once by allowing Jack Hanna to inundate them with a variety of fascinating creatures.

Goldblum and Wayans were joined on the couch by an assortment of animal kingdom stars including screech owls, egg-munching river otters, a ring-tailed lemur, and more. "This is some real white guy stuff right here," Wayans said. Catch the full clip up top.

Wes Anderson's clearly excellent Isle of Dogs is out March 23 via Fox Searchlight and also stars the voice talent of Edward Norton, Bryan Cranston, Bill Murray, Greta Gerwig, Courtney B. Vance, Kunichi Nomura, and so many more. The stop-motion entry, Anderson's first film since 2014's Grand Budapest Hotel, brings dogs and dystopia together in the name of art. What more could you want out of a movie?

On Monday's Late Late Show, Goldblum—who's on the lineup for this year's Arroyo Seco Weekend—kindly took a deep-dive into some chaos theory, as one does:

Wayans, meanwhile, is currently promoting his new Netflix stand-up special Woke-ish. His NBC sitcom Marlon was renewed for a second season back in September. New episodes are expected to begin airing later this year.