Bah dah bah da da da.
Are you confused about the “Avengers” timeline? No problem! The cast of “Infinity War” dropped by the “Tonight Show” Wednesday to teach us all how they came together in the simplest way possible: with a parody of the “Brady Bunch” theme song. Led by Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), obviously, who was accompanied by his Marvel family.
“Here’s the story of a playboy genius, who was gearing up to form some sort of crew,” Downey sings, as his head appears on screen in the classic sitcom’s iconic blue block credits format.
“One’s a former Russian spy,” Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) adds. “A god of thunder,” Chris Hemsworth (Thor) sings. “One fought in World War II,” Chris Evans (Captain America) chimes in.
Then Chris Pratt gets to open his side of the “Marvel Bunch” tale with, “It’s the story of a handsome Star-Lord like the greatest whoever walked the Earth — by far.” “And falcon,” Sam Wilson (Falcon, obvs) croons. “A magic doctor,” Benedict Cumberbatch hums. “Wakanda forever!” Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) shouts.
And then, well, you just wait to see how it all turns out. Oh, the theme song we mean. “Infinity War”? Yeah, that we’re not gonna spoil here.
Watch the clip above.
“Avengers: Infinity War” will hit theaters on Friday.