I spent the last six hours being duct-taped to James Roday and laying on asphalt. So that shows how my morning's been going, Dule Hill says, laughing and apologizing for phoning EW a few minutes late on a recent lunch break. But it's all good. We have a good time. Hill is definitely not complaining, not after getting to tap dance in tonight's episode (USA, 10 p.m. ET) with his good friend Jason Samuels Smith, another vet of Broadway's Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk. Gus (Hill) and Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) somehow end up in the same tap class, taught by Smith, and team up to solve a crime together before their dance recital. Tim was good for what he needed to do. Gus turns out to be pretty fabulous, if I must say so myself,Â Hill says. I've always wanted to get to dance on the air, to find the right way to work tap into this show, but it's not always easy. So I'm thankful that the producers and the writing staff came together to make it happen. There's so many wonderful tap dancers out there that just don't have the avenue for the light to be shown on them and for the public to know who they are, so I was glad to be able to have Jason come out so people could see the genius that he is. And then, of course, I got my Jamaican roots,Â he adds, so we got to touch into that a little bit, and Jason and I end up dancing to the Nas-Damian Marley song As We Enter.
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