Sebastian Maniscalco’s Dad Showed Robert De Niro How to Do Highlights (Extended) | The Tonight Show

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Sebastian Maniscalco talks about replacing Thanksgiving turkey with mussels and octopus, going from waiting on Robert De Niro at the Four Seasons to working with him and his cooking show Well Done.

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