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Steve From "Stranger Things" And Jean-Ralphio From "Parks & Rec" Have Finally Uploaded A Video About The Father And Son Rumours

After Ben Schwartz promised a video, a skit featuring himself and Joe Keery was uploaded to The Late Late Show with James Corden YouTube channel.

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On Wednesday we found out that Joe Keery (Steve from Stranger Things) and Ben Schwartz (Jean-Ralphio from Parks & Rec) had finally met each other, after people joked that their characters were related.

After photos of them together acting as if they are father and son went viral on the internet, Schwartz tweeted "Full length video ... coming soon. Questions will be answered. Theories will be tested. Two lives will forever be changed."

Today the video dropped. A new sketch has appeared on the Late Late Show with James Corden YouTube channel, featuring both of them pointing out that claims they are related are ludicrous.

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And then this happens.

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And then this happens.

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They then get asked a series of quick fire questions, which doesn't end up going that well for them.

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They were then asked this.

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And then it all gets real weird real quick when they both were asked: "What's the strangest thing you've ever done?"

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What followed were amazing clips on them catching up for lost time, apparently as father and son.

Joe Keery is the father because Stranger Things is set in the 80s, even though Ben Schwartz is actually older than him in real life.
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Joe Keery is the father because Stranger Things is set in the 80s, even though Ben Schwartz is actually older than him in real life.

Well done guys. This was awesome.

Great hair too.
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Great hair too.

UPDATE - Ben Schwartz was contacted by BuzzFeed about how this skit came about. A representative for him responded: "Ben was unavailable to comment as he is still in the father son bonding montage with Joe. It has been going on for days."