We have a major story
that is shaking California. And, actually, you know what,
for this story, can we… I’m gonna need…
I’m gonna need some help. Can we get, um… Let me think. Can we get Roy? Roy? Can we get Roy to come and join me at the desk? Yeah, I just… No, ’cause Roy’s got
a great perspective. I just wanted to chat to you. Roy Wood Jr. (cheering and applause) What’s up, man?
What’s-what’s happening? -I just, um…
-Going on? I just need… I need some help
with this next story. Mean, that’s weird.
You never needed help during the headlines. -No, but this one’s…
this one’s different. -I… Um, it’s a very big story, and I just need you
to stay here. And, uh, let’s roll the tape.
Let’s roll the tape. Police in southern California
say an artist appears to have sketched
the man who stole his money. Detectives say
this is a caricature of the suspect in a robbery at Riverside’s
Festival of Lights this month. The guy asked the artist
to make the drawing. When it was done,
the suspect grabbed a bag with about $500 in it
and ran off, but he left the picture behind. Police posted it on Facebook
with the message, “Do you recognize
this caricature?” The message went on to say
that the caricature is… is one of the suspects,
but, of course, there are exaggerated
characteristics and features. (laughter and applause) So… Okay. -I don’t know…
-Okay. So you gonna do me like that. That’s fine. So, so,
let me ask you something. When you asked me
to wear a red hat to work today, it wasn’t ’cause you thought
a red hat would look good on me and the holidays and whatever.
You… It was a joke. I also… I also like the hat. I also like your hat,
but also for the joke. Are we done? Are we done?
Can I go back? Yeah, no, we’re done.
I just wanted to, um… -Okay, good. If we’re done…
-Can we take a selfie -real quick?
-Oh, my God. Look, I’m done. -I got work to do, man.
-It’s funny. -(laughing): You look
like the guy. -No. -It’s not me. -Roy Wood Jr.,
everybody. Don’t be mad. -It’s not me.
-Don’t be… (laughing)