Al Roker's battle with a canoe was the star of Tuesday's "Today."

The "Today" host tried to get into a canoe and quite simply, fell. After trying to sit up with some difficulty, he eventually resigned himself to simply laying against Willie and propping his feet up. Al and Willie conducted their interview with Offerman this way.

Offerman, like his "Parks and Recreation" character Ron Swanson, enjoys woodworking. "Could you make a larger canoe for us by any chance?" Willie asked him on Tuesday.

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