Jane Fonda looked fantastic, of course, last night on the Tonight Show.
She also opened her two part interview with a trenchant and powerful declaration after the George Floyd verdict.
“Right now,” she said, “the anvil of justice is hot. And we have to seize it and make sure we use it to bend the arc of history in the direction that Martin Luther King said, in the direction of justice.”
Wow. Fonda and Fallon discuss activism and how Fonda first became politicized in Paris in 1968 during the first segment.
On a lighter note, in the second segment, playing a game called “First Last Best” Fonda describes her best kiss, back in 1959, with actor James Franciscus, who played hot teacher “Mr. Novak” on TV and was married to Shelley Winters.