On Wednesday night (Jan. 24) rapper Ice-T swung by The Tonight Show stage to share some pearls of wisdom about his unlikely TV success and unveil a hilarious PSA warning teenagers about the dangers of the viral Tide Pod Challenge.
Starting off the show, host Jimmy Fallon congratulated the rapper for celebrating 19 seasons with the hit series Law & Order: SVU and his Grammy nomination for the political “Black Hoodie” song from Ice's long-running hardcore band Body Count. The rapper revealed he is “totally in a dream world” when thinking about the fact that SVU is about to pass the all-time running record for prime-time dramas, noting that his motto about success is simple: “you don’t guide life, you ride life.”
Fallon also rebooted a running gag with the gangsta rapper-turned-prime-time-detective, revisiting some of T's lesser-known past work doing voiceover work for children’s cartoons. Among the undiscovered clips the pair dug up this time were hysterical, inappropriate bits from The Magic School Bus, Arthur and Scooby-Doo.