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  • -First of all, thank you again for doing this,

  • and I want to say happy belated birthday.

  • -Thank you so much!

  • -You always make me smile when I see you doing really anything.

  • You fill a lot of people's spirits.

  • But another creative thing

  • that's coming out of this quarantine is CATV.

  • And there's the set,

  • this fantastically beautiful set that you built.

  • -Let me get -- One of my reporters, one of the things

  • that they've worked into their --

  • you know, their union, negotiation contracts,

  • the catch is daily naps.

  • They're really big on it, and I don't want to have --

  • you know, I don't want them to walk off set

  • when there's so much stuff going on.

  • And I do see Matilda, who does international mews,

  • right over here, but she is in the middle of one of her naps.

  • But I do think I can get her --

  • I will probably be hearing from her agent later today.

  • But can I step off to get her?

  • -Yes, please. Of course, I don't want to break any union rules.

  • -Okay. -Sure, of course.

  • Oh, my gosh. -I know.

  • It's hard.

  • -Oh, wow.

  • And they're in the middle of a nap?

  • -Yeah. Matilda's -- she's having a little bit of --

  • Oh, and she's a little upset

  • because it's not her preferred preference to be held.

  • She prefers something more like this.

  • -Okay, okay.

  • Now, this is not the news, but the mews.

  • -The mews.

  • -And how many cats do you have?

  • -I have four.

  • -Four cats? -Yep.

  • -And they all decided to put on this program?

  • -Yeah, they really -- Well, actually, it started with

  • a little bit of, like, in-house jealousy

  • because my eldest is a weather cat

  • and didn't get a chance to go to meteorology school.

  • So a weather cat is not a meteorologist.

  • But, you know, they've been doing a series

  • on my Insta stories for years.

  • And, you know, but the other cats

  • started getting really jealous about that.

  • And so they wanted to do their own --

  • they started threatening to start their own Instagram.

  • And I was like, "You cannot run your own Instagram."

  • I can barely keep up with mine.

  • I don't have time to oversee your Instagram,

  • so I told them that we could do something like this.

  • And it's working so far.

  • -Jonathan, I wanted to ask you about,

  • since you are a famous hairstylist,

  • people are kind of freaking out not knowing

  • how to cut their own hair.

  • Can you give me any advice

  • or what is the advice for people that want to cut their hair?

  • -I think the most important advice is to not.

  • It's just to not do it.

  • -Just don't.

  • -Just don't do it.

  • The average human head grows between a quarter of an inch

  • and a half an inch of hair a month.

  • So, worst-case scenario,

  • this is going to get you, like, what, two inches?

  • Three inches of hair?

  • It's, like, try a new look.

  • Maybe you need a shag.

  • Maybe you need a new little bit of length.

  • Yeah, save your haircuts.

  • Because what you don't want to do is mess up your hair so bad

  • that you're still growing that thing out after the quarantine.

  • -Okay, this is good. I love that. I'm glad I asked.

  • -You got that face, honey.

  • That face is -- You're going to be fine

  • with a little bit longer hair, as most people will be.

  • -I have a lot of face.

  • -You have great face.

  • You have just the right amount of face, and you know that.

  • -That's very nice of you.

  • It's very nice of you to say that.

  • I wanted to talk about that book that I can see on top of CATV.

  • This is "Peanut Goes for the Gold."

  • -Yes.

  • -This is your first children's book.

  • -It is.

  • -Can you push it to the camera so I can see how cute Peanut is?

  • Come on.

  • -You really can ask anyone, if you were to track down anyone

  • from like my fifth, sixth, seventh or eighth grade classes,

  • they would all tell you that the first thing I talk about is --

  • the first thing I talked about was guinea pigs.

  • So I had Peanut first.

  • Then I had Weenie and Millie.

  • Then Weenie and Millie were the proud parents

  • of Sugar, Emma, Nut-Nut and Teddy.

  • -Oh, my.

  • Now, are those characters also in the book or not yet?

  • -No, this is really just like Peanut's moment to shine

  • because Peanut really wanted to become a rhythmic gymnast,

  • as so many guinea pigs do.

  • -Sure.

  • -But Peanut didn't have any other rhythmic gymnast

  • guinea pigs to look to, and so they created space

  • for themselves as a rhythmic gymnast.

  • -This is fantastic.

  • I love the whole idea of this thing.

  • And it's out now, right?

  • -Yeah, came out today, and we're so excited about it.

  • And yeah, I mean, I just feel like growing up,

  • I loved children's books.

  • Don't get me wrong. The classics were amazing.

  • I loved, like, that whole "The Night Before Christmas"

  • and I loved all the "Green Eggs and Ham" and all that stuff.

  • But I think I would have been very comforted as a child

  • to have known there was a fierce, non-binary guinea pig

  • who was going to seize a medal

  • at the junior national championships, you know,

  • or at least would have the opportunity to go to

  • the junior national gymnastics championships.

  • And so I knew that I needed to create that space,

  • very much like what Peanut did.

  • -I love that you did that.

  • We're asking everyone who comes on our show,

  • and thank you for coming on,

  • to mention a charity that they're working with

  • or that's close to them.

  • What charity did you choose?

  • -The Ali Forney Center.

  • Ali Forney was an amazing, amazing person

  • who is from Manhattan

  • and was killed in Manhattan in 2002 -- '97, 1997.

  • In 2002 the Ali Forney Center was started.

  • And it's a really important center in Manhattan.

  • It has several centers that provide shelter,

  • health screenings, health access to homeless LGBTQ youth.

  • They're currently still open through the COVID crisis

  • because they're an essential service.

  • LGBTQ youth who are homeless

  • have such a higher risk of contracting COVID.

  • And they are creating an essential safe place

  • for kids that really need our help and protection.

  • So any way that you can donate to them is so important.

  • And also we're working with No Kid Hungry

  • with "Peanut Goes for the Gold," which is also helping to provide

  • kids with meals that, like, relied on school for meals.

  • So everyone needs so much help right now.

  • So anywhere that you can help is great.

  • And also I think, obviously, if you have, like, money to give,

  • that's amazing, but I also think this is a really important time

  • to kind of slow down and think about how we can make sure

  • that we are giving back to ourselves,

  • giving back to each other because there is just so much

  • uncertainty in the world, and, yeah.

  • -Well, you cheer me up.

  • You cheer millions of people up.

  • So thank you so much for coming on our show

  • and for highlighting that charity

  • and for giving us "Peanut Goes for the Gold."

  • -Thank you so much for having me, and Matilda says bye.

  • And she also says, "Say no to fake mews."

  • -Thank you, Matilda. You are fantastic.

  • And keep up the great work.

  • -Thank you so much.

  • -I love mew. -I love mew!

  • -Bye, buddy. -Bye!

-First of all, thank you again for doing this,

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