The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus visited the NBC studios for last night’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Before his interview with Fallon, the two open with an ‘Intense Staredown,’ as they “ponder the mysteries of the universe while sitting on a mountaintop.” Norman even teases us with a little nipple action and a “man-bun”. If you missed it last night, check it out below.
They begin with talking about Norman’s love for motorcycles and his first loaner bike, a Honda Rebel 250 motorcycle.
Norman: “…all the people that, you know, I would be working on the motorcycles would tease me. All the girls would give me crap.”
Jimmy: “Why, what’s a Honda Rebel?”
Norman: “It’s like a Moped, basically.”
He then explains that he saved up for a Buell S1 Lightning but ended up giving it to a friend for bail money? Wah?!?!?
Wait, it gets better…
Jimmy asks Norman if he had ever had any accidents on a bike and he proceeds to tell him a story about, while living in Los Angeles, he was trying to get onto the 101 Freeway and an older couple cut him off. He flew over the car and landed while his bike was cartwheeling in the air. He goes on to say that while he was on the ground, people would drive by and yell for him to sue the couple that cut him off but no one ever stopped to help him. He tells Jimmy that he had to hide his bike in the bushes because he had warrants out for his arrest. He ended up wobbling to a friends house all scraped up.
Don’t worry! He is a wanted man but not by the law, more like fangirls. Warrants were for simple parking tickets and such, but can this guy get any cooler???
They go on to talk about his show Ride and filming with Dave Chappelle, meeting Bill Murray and Sean Hannity sending Norman and Dave tequila shots.
They end the interview talking about The Walking Dead and next season hitting their 100th episode. Jimmy asks, “Are you ever afraid that you’re going to be killed off?”
Norman answered and ends simply with…“Every single script.”
The Walking Dead airs every Sunday on AMC at 9/8c and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights on NBC at 11:35/10:35c