On Thursday, the internet's boyfriend, Noah Centineo, was a guest on The Late Late Show With James Corden, and unsurprisingly, James took the opportunity to spoof Noah's smash-hit Netflix movie, To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
In the skit, Noah turns up at James's door, having received a gushing letter telling him exactly what James would do if he was a guest on the show. The pair go on to recreate a number of classic moments from the movie, including that hand-in-the-back-pocket move, before falling out over Noah's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and James's correspondence with just about every Chris in Hollywood. It's up to James to make things right, and he does so by taking inspiration from another beloved romantic comedy (or two). You'll have to watch for yourself to find out which ones, but mark our words, it's worth it!