You take the skeleton’s hand and it pulls you up. Time to turn this spooky graveyard into a supermurgatroid danceyard, two words you’re pretty sure aren’t real.
You take the skeleton’s hand and shuffle back-and-forth from side-to-side doing The Stroll. It’s an innocent 1950s rock ‘n roll dance the skeleton seems immediately bored with. The skeleton cuts the dance short and points to its own leisure suit, implying it wants to do a 1970s dance.
“The 1950s were big in the 70s! The Stroll was featured in American Graffiti and was cut from the movie version of Grease. Hey, where are you going,” you ask the skeleton as it struts away. Whatever. You are 100% right about this, and the Wikipedia confirms it.