Danson was one of the featured speakers at Fonda's third "Fire Drill Fridays."
He spoke to crowd of over a hundred protestors before police swarmed in.
The reason for their arrest was for unlawfully demonstrating without permits.
Danson quipped during his speech that he was "Jane's newest trainee."
He said, "All of this is inconvenient. It's inconvenient for politicians to stop taking money from fossil fuels."
Fonda, and other celebs, scientists and economists are demanding the passage of the Green New Deal and Environmental Justice.
The actress plans on continuing the weekly demonstrations through January 2020.
“I will be on the Capitol every Friday, rain or shine, inspired and emboldened by the incredible movement our youth have created,” Fonda wrote on her personal website when she started the movement three weeks ago. “I can no longer stand by and let our elected officials ignore—and even worse—empower—the industries that are destroying our planet for profit. We can not continue to stand for this.”
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Fonda’s closed out the last three work weeks by protesting climate change outside the Capitol.
Last week, her Grace And Frankie co-star Sam Waterston was there to protest alongside her.
Police gave last warning to anyone unwilling to get arrested.
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Celebs are getting uncomfortable and putting their bodies on the line to demand action on climate and protection of our oceans.
Fonda and Danson were among 32 people arrested for allegedly unlawfully demonstrating.
Danson seemed in good spirits, saying that getting arrested “sharpens the mind.”
The protest took place in the intersection of East Capitol and First Streets.