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Jimmy Fallon read some feedback on his show from children, and the suggestions he got were decidedly more benign than the media's. When you ask kids for letters on how to improve your show, it's mainly crazy drawings, funny misspellings, and crazy Guess Who? comparisons to The Roots.

In fact, not one child mentioned the normalization of Donald Trump, and how The Tonight Show might benefit from harder hitting interviews with controversial politicians.

But that's probably just because most five and six-year-olds think the Tonight Show and late night television, in general, should be a reflection of popular society, not its moral compass. Anyway, here's Jimmy Fallon answering children's letters and catching grapes in his mouth at their request.

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