Henry Winkler visits "The Talk" Monday and dishes on working with son, Max and his upcoming stint on "American Horror Story." "My son Max [Winkler] told us at 10 [years old] that he wanted to be a director, he kept his word...now he is running a show in New York City and he called me and hired me. So, I am going to New York after the first of the year. Now, I'm going to be directed by a young man who was in Max's class at USC...I'm going to be working for my son and this young man who was in my house since college." O'Connell asks, "Do you think if they come up and give you directions, you'll be able to handle that?" Winker confesses, "My son is very strict. My son directed me in my audition for 'Barry'." Winkler goes on to say, "I have to tell you, we have wonderful children, we have six grandchildren. My life is at this second, I do it now in seconds because you never know, at this second my life is amazing."