No joke, Jane Fonda likes to toke.

“I’ll smoke pot every now and then,” the 77-year-old told Du Jour magazine.

But the two-time Academy Award winner won’t go to the movies stoned.

“I cannot see a movie on pot,” said Fonda, who will co-star with Lily Tomlin in a new Netflix series, “Grace and Frankie” out in May. “The number of movies I’ve seen thinking, ‘This is probably the best I have ever seen,’ and then I’ll see it again and think, ‘What was I thinking?’”

Though marijuana legalization is an ongoing debate, Fonda’s counterculture views have come under fire in the past.

Back in 1972, after Fonda famously posed for photos with the Vietnamese military, she was dubbed “Hanoi Jane” and considered a traitor by many Americans.

While at an event in Maryland in January, Fonda apologized and admitted that taking the photos was a “huge, huge mistake.”

“Whenever possible, I try to sit down with vets and talk with them, because I understand and it makes me sad,” she said.

Back in December, Fonda shared that she wasbuilding a “shrine” to herself in an effort to help boost her wavering self-confidence.

“I’ve found myself backsliding a bit of late in terms of where my thoughts have tended to reside (not always with the generosity of vision I wish for) and my confidence has been iffy for the past four months,” she said.

“So, while meditating today, an idea came to me: I’m going to create a shrine to myself — or, at least, the self I wish to be, the self who began to manifest when I was a young girl before the s**t hit the fan.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.