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The Full House guys have been reuniting all over the place lately. After spying them in the teaser for the Dannon Super Bowl ad, funny-men John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier popped up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to help counsel
Well, something tells us the governor is not going to be happy about this. New Jersey Governor Chris Christieís favorite singer of all time and the most Jersey man to ever live, Bruce Springsteen, has made fun of him alongside Jimmy Fallon in a song tribute to the ongoing Bridgegate saga thatís all the media rage. Looks like you and the Boss arenít going to be besties, Christie.
Stacking up a ton of references does not necessarily make something funny, and as much as I usually like Jimmy Fallon, nothing in this is as funny as your average scene in Saul Goodman's office
Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy and Jesse and the Rippers rocking out at the Smash Club every Friday night? Well, not this Friday night. Because this Friday night, the Full House band will be reuniting for an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Uncle Jesse back at the mic? Have mercy!
It would certainly be bad news if Seth Meyers left Saturday Night Live, as the "Weekend Update" host is one of the more consistently funny things about SNL these days. But perhaps it's time for the sketch comedy series' head writer to move on up at NBC. Meyers is reportedly in line to succeed Jimmy Fallon if and when Fallon takes over for Jay Leno on The Tonight Show.
It looks like the rumors are true; Lenoís The Tonight Show days are reportedly numbered and the man who will take his place will, as previously hinted, is Jimmy Fallon. Not only that, but the change is expected to take place by the fall of 2014, and will be accompanied by a move back to New York City for the venerable late-night show.
Is NBC planning another late night shake-up? Word is, the network may be planning to move Leno out and Fallon up. Though nothing is confirmed yet and may not be until spring, next season (2013-2014) may be Jay Leno's last season on The Tonight Show. While Leno's ratings are still holding strong, NBC may be looking to push Jimmy Fallon to the late night slot to compete against Jimmy Kimmel's growing audience of younger viewers at ABC.
Michelle Obama has made her fair share of late night television appearances, but Iím guessing things are about to get a lot more fun for the First Lady. Obama is set to appear in an upcoming episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a show known for itís goofy charm and random games.
Those of us who are familiar with Donald Glover's music act Childish Gambino know that he can rap. Apparently, Glover isn't the only Community star with beat skills. Alison Brie, who plays Annie in the series, visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night and showed off her rapping talents. She also managed to plug Community in the process. Watch the video ahead!
The stories shared during the special episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon ranged from the 30 Rock wrap party getting all Caligula which, of course, resulted in Tracy Morgan getting somebody pregnant (this time Alec Baldwin) to much more tame tales like Tina Fey talking the origins of the show. Joining Fey, Morgan and Baldwin for the chat were co-stars Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer, and Fallon does a good job squeezing some interesting anecdotes from all the guests not to mention a song from Tracy.
Those who always wanted to hear the Trick or Treat, smell my feetÖ" Halloween chant sung as a Bob Dylan song have gotten their wish. Kind of. Late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon does a pretty great Bob Dylan impression and he put that to good use during last night's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon by turning the chant into Bob Dylan song. This may be the perfect cure for your candy hangover!
Last night everyone in New York City was instructed to stay home and await the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, and pretty much everyone-- including many of the TV shows that broadcast from Manhattan-- obeyed. But while Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert canceled their tapings entirely, David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon hung around their studios with a skeleton staff
We've heard plenty of Big Bird jokes in response to Mitt Romney's comments about PBS during last week's Presidential Debate. Tonight's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon will take a different approach at linking Romney with PBS. Watch the sketch that has Jimmy Fallon playing Mitt Romney in a Mister Rogers setting.
Jim Lehrer has taken some heat for his mild-mannered moderating techniques at this week's Presidential Debate. Jimmy Fallon poked fun at the situation this week with a sketch that had "Mitt Romney" and "Obama" putting Lehrer in his place during the debate. Check it out ahead!
This "History Of TV Theme Songs" video isn't just entertaining, it's also a pretty savvy marketing move on behalf of NBC and Jimmy Fallon. Pretty much anytime the Late Night host pulls a singing stunt like this, whether imitating The Doors, Neil Young or David Bowie, the ensuing clip goes viral, so what better way to herald the arrival of his new sitcom, Guys with Kids, to the airwaves? Can you name them all?