He-Man and Skeletor

He-Man and Skeletor bust a move in hilarious Dirty Dancing homage

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Sep 5, 2017

Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes’ 1987 hit “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” is best remembered as the song that Johnny Castle and Baby electrify the Catskills to in Dirty Dancing, but He-Man, Skeletor, and MoneySupermarket.com are trying to change all that.

As you can see in MoneySupermarket.com’s instant-classic commercial below, He-Man and Skeletor set aside their very deep and historic differences in order to wow a biker bar with their “so-money” dancing skills. And from the looks of it, when they work together these two former enemies can really put on a show.

While it’s not entirely clear how they decided who would lead, even at the detriment of the bar’s brick walls, it’s obvious He-Man’s up for the challenge, especially while hoisting Skeletor high into the night during the number’s iconic finale. Of course, he’s not only got the power of Greyskull, but also the added strength of epic savings at MoneySupermarket.com.

Like the Catskills became evermore forward-thinking after Baby and Johnny’s performance at Kellerman’s end-of-season talent show, this seemingly tough dive bar can’t help but by be swept off their feet by He-Man and Skeletor’s impeccable (emphasis on pec!) moves.

Even better, this isn’t the first time He-Man and Skeletor have swept up a town with savings-inspired epic dance moves. Check out that hepcat Skeletor rocking the ‘burbs in the Fame spoof below. There’s even behind-the-scenes footage!