Before he became the huge, jacked up star of stage and screen you know today, Hugh Jackman was a lowly gym teacher trying to get young boys at England's Uppingham School to climb that damn rope and quit flicking their towels at each other in the locker room.
As Rollo Ross started asking Jackman questions as if he wasn't his PE teacher back in 1987, Jackman interrupted the reporter to remind him and all the viewers at home of that very important fact.
"Rollo, I'm sorry mate," Jackman interjected, "but we go way back, I used to teach you at a high school in P.E., and I want to know how your physical education is progressing. It's very important to me."
Jackman went on to razz Rollo a bit more about his refusal to jump in the pool when Coach Jackman told him to.
"You just don't make the correlation that your teacher is now a movie star," he said.