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Tracy Morgan was in fine form during his appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show on Monday night. The former 30 Rock actor spent a good chunk of time yelling about Chewbacca and even jokingly threatened to “go back” into a coma.
The late night schedule was shaken up a little this fall after David Letterman left and Stephen Colbert took over the reigns on The Late Show. Sometimes newcomers manage to shake up the game, but a few months in to the fall schedule, it looks like Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show are going to remain king.
Tina Fey is a pretty funny lady, but apparently impressions are not a skillset she has. After putting together a truly atrocious Robert De Niro impression during last night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Fey and Jimmy Fallon actually play a pretty funny game of impressions
So, when the Sisters actress appeared on The Tonight Show on Wednesday night, Fallon unsurprisingly asked Poehler to play a fun game of “Truth or Truth,” which obviously offers more opportunity for comedy than your average game of truth or dare. You can watch the two former Saturday Night Live performers goof off, here.
As the premiere date The Force Awakens approaches, finding ways to celebrate the franchise have been a great way to make the wait a little bit easier. Late night host Jimmy Fallon gave a Star Wars twist to a classic when Daisy Ridley stopped by The Tonight Show.
Fallon's appreciation for pop music is made abundantly clear in this clip, which features him and Rashida Jones reteaming for spoof versions of songs by Drake, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd and more.
The last several years have been really tough on late night hosts. Some hosts were picked up from relative obscurity and given their own late late shows. Some retired after quietly falling in the ratings for years. Some saw their timeslots change or moved to different networks. But Fallon survived. Here's why he thinks it happened.
“Box of Lies” is a game that is oft played on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, but we’ve never seen one that is as sneaky as this game between Adele and Jimmy Fallon. Give it a watch, here.
Harry Potter may use “Expelliarmus!” for everything, but Daniel Radcliffe really could have used an Impervious Charm in his recent appearance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. The former Harry Potter star became the latest participant in Fallon’s “Water Wars” game.
Jimmy Fallon has not had the best luck when it comes to injuries, and he has once again come up the loser in the epic battle of man vs. gravity. Luckily, Fallon is a comedian to the core, and he could not resist the chance to share the story of his last hand injury on The Tonight show.
Jimmy Fallon has some strong words for those who would criticize him for being "too soft" on the guests who appear on his show.
This week, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon brought on a surprise guest during the monologue. The big surprise was none other than Jay Leno, who used to run The Tonight Show for NBC himself. Check it out.
Catch what happens when you throw Shaquille O’Neal and Hugh Jackman into phone booths on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The entire affair is ridiculous in the very best way.
Last night, he appealed to our sense of nineties nostalgia by bringing on Saturday Night Live’s Kenan Thompson and his former partner in burger flipping, Kel Mitchel. That’s right, The Tonight Show totally reenacted an updated “Good Burger” sketch.
Earlier tonight, Season 2 of Empire premiered on Fox, but the realest of the real drama this week actually happened over at The Tonight Show, where Jimmy Fallon unleashed a pitch-perfect Empire parody on the world. Check it out, bitch.