This #TBT Video of Jennifer Garner on Laughing Gas Is Everything

This #TBT Video of Jennifer Garner on Laughing Gas Is Everything

This #TBT Video of Jennifer Garner on Laughing Gas Is Everything

The actress posted a video of herself Thursday laughing and talking with slurred speech after a dental appointment while emotionally praising a song from the musical "Hamilton".

The video, posted to the 13 Going on 30 star's brand new Instagram account, shows her sitting in a vehicle after a dentist appointment high on laughing gas and numb from novocaine.

In the video, Garner can't stop laughing and crying as she talks about "Hamilton", and tells someone on the phone, "It was so attractive".

Can you make out what she's trying to say?

Garner is now working on the animated movie Amusement Park, which also stars Mila Kunis and Matthew Broderick, according to IMDB.

We've seen a lot of dental anesthesia gone wrong videos in our day, and this one tops 'em all.

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We'll have some of what Jennifer Garner's having, please.

The clip sees the Alias star, 45, in a auto being driven home following a visit to the dentist, talking to an unnamed friend on speaker phone. "I started crying, I couldn't stop". I told them about it.

"That music is so pretty", Jennifer added while starting to crying.

Completely enthralled, she continued, "Listen to the song".

Ben Affleck's ex is usually so articulate and composed, which is what makes this video so great. It's made our day.

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