Ted Danson is behind bars with Jane Fonda after the famous friends were arrested during a protest.
"The Good Place" star was photographed in white-colored cable ties around his wrists on Friday.
He was one of the several protestors at "Fire Drill Friday" in Washington, D.C.
Sporting a big smile on his face, the "Cheers" alumni was arrested for the first time, unlike Fonda, who's now been placed in custody three times this month.
Fonda's Loving It!
Fonda is at the forefront of protestors who are demanding immediate action in regards to climate change.
The "Grace and Frankie" star took to Instagram to praise Danson for taking action.
"@teddanson was just arrested for the first time. This is an inconvenient crisis so we must get uncomfortable and put our bodies on the line to demand action on climate and protection of our oceans," she wrote.
Fonda also shared a video of herself getting arrested today.
Wearing a bold red coat to make sure she did not go unnoticed, the 81-year-old star held her constricted hands up high as police took her away.
She has vowed to attend 14 Fridays in a row in protest.
“I’m going to take my body, which is kind of famous and popular right now because of the [Netflix] series and I’m going to go to D.C. and I’m going to have a rally every Friday,” Fonda said told The Washington Post.
As The Blast reported, the first "Fire Drill Friday" began on October 11, which marked Fonda's first arrest over the climate change protest.