字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -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!