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"I'm meant to make people happy. That's my job," says Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon. Theo Wargo/Getty Images for NBC hide caption

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Jimmy Fallon On The School Of 'SNL' And His Tendency To Smile Too Much

"There was a report card from kindergarten and the comment from the teacher was, 'Jimmy smiles too much,' " Fallon says. "I think I would smile even when I was getting yelled at."

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Jimmy Fallon On The School Of 'SNL' And His Tendency To Smile Too Much

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Jonathan Groff plays a young FBI agent with bold new ideas about how to learn from imprisoned murderers in the Netflix series Mindhunter, which becomes available on Friday. Patrick Harbron/Netflix hide caption

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FBI Profilers Pursue Serial Killers And Their Motives In 'Mindhunter'

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