Ice-T Reveals His R-Rated Cartoon Voiceover Past On 'The Tonight Show'

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Ice-T on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on March 23, 2016.

Ice-T on dropped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday night to chat up host Jimmy Fallon about his long-running gig on Law and Order: SVU and show off Chanel, his adorable 4-month-old baby with wife Coco.

But the 58-year-old rap legend also had a secret to reveal about his less-than-gangsta past as a voiceover artist on such iconic cartoons as Peanuts and Super Friends.

"People didn't know my voice then, now they know my voice so now when you see the cartoons you can recognize my voice," he explained to Fallon during the second bit on the program, which found Ice-T's voice dubbed into classic cartoon footage.

This time around, instead of hanging with Dora the Explorer and the Care Bears, Ice-T chilled with Charlie Brown and the gang, suggesting, “Yo, my man Charlie Brown is straight-up baked" after Chuck stared up at the night sky and contemplated his place in the universe.

And when Batman's sidekick got a little lippy with him, the original cartoon Dark Knight snapped, "Man the f--- up, Robin, you little bitch." Ice also offered some not-so-grandfatherly Tinder advice to Uncle Scrooge's nephews in a clip from DuckTales and gave SpongeBob SquarePants a totally NSFW nickname while playing the role of a foul-mouthed Squidward.