John Krasinski, Stephen Colbert Fake Vomit-Off to A Few Good Men

You can't handle the puke.

John Krasinski broke out his inner Tom Cruise on Tuesday’s episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and no, he didn’t jump on a couch while professing his love for his wife Emily Blunt.

After chatting about his new film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, the Boston-bred actor had a little fun with the late night host as they did a fake vomit-off to that famous scene from A Few Good Men.

The former Office star admitted that he became a fan of the faux-puking skit while watching Colbert and fellow Massachusetts native Steve Carell perform “Waiters Who Are Nauseated By Food” on the Dana Carvey Show.

“It might be my favorite thing in the world,” Krasinski said. “The first thing that bonded Steve Carell and I on the show was I pretended to puke and he said, ‘Do you know that’s my favorite thing in the world?’ [It was] based on a bit you guys did together.”

Taking on the role of Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee, Krasinski tried to top his wife’s previous vomit-off with Colbert, which was done to a scene from the classic film Gone With the Wind.

The Newton-born actor dished about his not-so-suave first meeting with Blunt before going puke for puke with Colbert.

“When I met her I was so nervous,” Krasinski said. “I just like touched her face and she was like, ‘Don’t do that,’ and then called security and then got married!”

You know what they always say, couples that fake vomit together stay together.

Check out the Krasinski’s hilarious appearance on the Late Show above.