Prepare to be Taken for yet another thrill ride. Fresh off the release of his new movie Taken 3, action hero and all-around badass Liam Neeson joined forces with late-night host Jimmy Kimmel for a surprise fourth installment of the hit franchise, in which he stars as retired CIA operative Bryan Mills.

Kimmel debuted a trailer for the fake film — Taken 4, natch — during his show on Wednesday, Jan. 14. In the parody, Neeson sets out on a dangerous mission to find and rescue Paco, one of two beloved dogs owned by his "old friend" Guillermo. Kimmel, sporting fake eyebrows and a curly wig, plays the villain.

"Listen carefully. I don't know who you are, but I'm warning you that I have a particular set of skills — skills that make me a nightmare for people like you," the Irish actor, 62, says in the clip, paraphrasing his most famous line from the first Taken movie. 

Asked to specify the kind of skills he's referring to, he hesitates a bit before replying, "Um...weapons training, shooting...juggling, horseback riding, origami...and I did three years of high school Spanish."

Watch what happens when Neeson and Guillermo track down Kimmel and Paco in the spoof above!