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Old 08-17-2011, 06:06 PM   #1
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Lol The New 4th Monkee... Al Roker

Al Roker Stands In as the Fourth Monkee on "Today" (VIDEO)
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posted Aug 17th 2011



The Monkees canceled several dates on their 45th anniversary tour last week, but not before Al Roker got to sit down with them and become the fourth Monkee for a segment on "Today".

Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, and Davy Jones often tour as the Monkees without Mike Nesmith, who sticks to his own solo work. So there was an opening for Roker to join the band (at least for one show).





The three members goofed around for the cameras, as they've done since their TV show propelled them to stardom almost a half century ago. With all of the members now in their 60s, Jones joked about going from a heartthrob to a coronary.

He then asked Roker to join them onstage that night, and the always-game Roker found a paisley shirt, a wig, and a knitted tuke (one of Nesmith's trademarks) and, he said, "Just like that, my childhood dreams became a reality."


Back in the studio, Roker got the tuke and wig back to relive the moment. But smartly, they kept the tambourine away from him.

http://www.aoltv.com/2011/08/17/al-r...n-today-video/
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Al Roker should stick to doing the weather! (by the way the word is toque not tuke)
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