Last week's episode of Atlanta had a special clip that was actually deleted before the premiere. Earn, who is portrayed by Donald Glover got Paper Boi (Bryan Tyree Henry) a performance spot at the Pajama Jam Party, sets up the scene, as they're also joined by Darius (Lakeith Stanfield).

The three men are all just staying cool in matching sets of silk pajamas, when Earn starts playing “Creep” on his phone, and they're eventually recorded grooving to TLC's 1994 single, successfully recreating the song's classic choreography.

The scene was posted to Instagram by Atlanta's director and executive producer Hiro Murai, who wrote on his page, "couldn't leave this on the edit room floor."

To refresh you memory, view the official music video of "Creep" by TLC below.

Also, in case you missed it, Drake reacted to an ‘Atlanta’ episode dedicated to him.

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