Lindsay Lohan Gets Back Into Character as “Parent Trap ”Twins for Late Night Sketch - Complete with Peanut Butter and Oreos

The 37-year-old actress plays a cute "prank" on Jimmy Fallon ahead of her 'Tonight Show' appearance

<p>everett collection; tiktok</p> Lindsay Lohan in "The Parent Trap" and on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."

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Lindsay Lohan in "The Parent Trap" and on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."

Lindsay Lohan just paid homage to her breakout movie.

In a new TikTok video with Jimmy Fallon published before her Monday appearance on The Tonight Show, she paid tribute to her 1998 characters, Hallie and Annie from The Parent Trap.

Lohan, 37, is seen handing Fallon, 49, a couple of Oreos backstage while she wears a glamorous bronze dress.

Fallon helps himself to one of the cookies as the camera cuts to another version of Lohan. This second Lohan tells Fallon in a British accent, “At home, I eat them with peanut butter.” Both her accent and the line are nods to her character Annie’s origins in the film.

<p>tiktok</p> Lindsay Lohan on "The Tonight Show" on March 4, 2024.


Lindsay Lohan on "The Tonight Show" on March 4, 2024.

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The second Lohan is also seen wearing a “Camp Walden” vintage t-shirt and a white headband, both of which reference Hallie and Annie's costumes.

As Fallon continues to look confused, the first Lohan pulls out a jar of peanut butter and adds that she also eats Oreos with the spread, referencing another one of the characters’ memorable traits.

With a cookie in his hands, Fallon frantically replies, “Alright, so I’ll see one of you out there.”

This prompts both Lohans to share a knowing look, as the first Lohan then dips her own Oreo in peanut butter.

<p>tiktok</p> Lindsay Lohan on "The Tonight Show" on March 4, 2024.


Lindsay Lohan on "The Tonight Show" on March 4, 2024.

“They’re like… Twins!” read the TikTok caption. Adapting the scene when Hallie says, “You and I are like sisters,” and Annie eagerly replies, “Hallie! We’re like twins!”

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In 2020, the cast reunited to celebrate the film 22 years later, with Lohan telling host Katie Couric what it was like to switch between the roles of Annie and Hallie. People on set would treat her differently while she dressed up as either twin, she said.

"I feel like people treated me differently when I was Annie because Annie was so much nicer, and Hallie was kinda like me," Lohan explained, adding that she didn't feel like she was working while making the movie but describing it as a "learning experience."

<p>Lorey Sebastian/Walt Disney/Kobal/Shutterstock </p> Lindsay Lohan in "The Parent Trap."

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Lindsay Lohan in "The Parent Trap."

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The Parent Trap was the actress’ big-screen debut. It follows twins who were separated at birth and each raised by one of their biological parents. At the start of the film, the girls meet for the first time at summer camp and devise a plan to bring their family back together. They switch places before returning home in an attempt to get their mother (Natasha Richardson) and father (Dennis Quaid) back together.

Directed by Nancy Meyers, the film also stars Elaine Hendrix and Lisa Ann Walter. It is available to stream on Disney+, alongside the original 1961 film featuring Hayley Mills.

Lohan's new movie, Irish Wish, will be released on Netflix on March 15.

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