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After helping Fallon re-enact almost verbatim the climactic scene of the episode Save the Max in which the Saved by the Bell gang put together a pledge-drive to save The Max altered to Late Night putting on a pledge drive to reunite the Saved by the Bell casthe agreed to appear on the reunion.
When he came out on stage, he was dressed as his Saved by the Bell character Zack Morris and claimed that since graduating college, he had been living in Los Angelesworking as an actor named Mark Paul Gosselaar because "there was already a Zack Morris in SAG ". After agreeing to appear on the reunion, he received a phone call, on his signature oversized earlys—era cell phone, from Jessie Spano ; Gosselaar then informed Fallon that Elizabeth Berkley had also agreed to appear on the reunion.
Fallon and The Roots also performed with him. On March 4,Fallon said "it looks like the dream [of a reunion for Saved by the Bell ] is over. Dennis Haskins made a brief appearance, confusing the two reunions. The seven cast members then played the California Dreams theme song as the show went to commercial.
In Februarythe Saved by the Bell cast was finally reunited excluding Dustin Diamond and Lark Voorhies and reprised their roles for a sketch which had Jimmy as a new student at Bayside High, and revealed Zack Morris had impregnated Kelly Kapowski Tiffani Thiessen is pregnant in real life. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns trying to make three-point shots on a basketball goal using objects like a telephone or a bowl of Count Chocula cereal.
Jimmy and a celebrity guest each pair with an audience member to play charades. Sometimes Jimmy and Steve Higgins will each pair with a celebrity to play Tariq Trotter from The Roots sometimes also plays if only one other celebrity is playing. Jimmy and a celebrity guest each pair with a member of the audience and play a Interlude: The Call - Jon Gibson - The Man Inside (CD of Celebrity. The game is played in three rounds, each using 16 possible celebrity names as answers.
During the first round, the clue-giver can give as much of a clue as they want. During the second round, the same set of names is used, but the clues are limited to three words. During the third and final round, the same names are used again, but the clue-givers may only use gestures like in charades. Jimmy and a celebrity guest each pair with an audience member, or with two other celebrities, to play a version of the board game Pictionary.
Jimmy and a partner battle a celebrity guest and their partner in a game where each player takes turns doing impressions as clues to get their partners to guess mystery celebrity masks each other is holding up. While Jimmy is interviewing an actor, he casually mentions a mids action film they were both in called Space Train about people who have to save the Earth by going to outer space, but are afraid to fly, so they take a train into space.
After the actor claims not to remember the movie, Jimmy shows a "clip" from the movie acted out live by the two of them. Jimmy asks Seth a series of questions while Josh wears a pair of noise-canceling headphones, and then gets Josh to guess what Seth gave for answers. The brothers then switch positions, with Josh answering and Seth guessing.
Jimmy plays a game of tic-tac-toe with a celebrity guest that has them flinging slingshot "party monkeys" into buckets. Jimmy plays a game of war with a celebrity in which the winner of each hand throws a glass of water on the loser. After one player uses five glasses, they earn the right to spray his opponent with a large water gun. Jimmy and a male guest each don a suit made of Velcro and throw small red balls at their opponent, trying to get the balls to stick to the suit.
After 45 seconds, the balls are tallied and whichever person got more balls on their opponent's suit is declared the winner. Jimmy plays a round of miniature golf in the studio and in the halls around the studio with a celebrity. Jacksonand Chris Rock. Jimmy and a celebrity guest play an ice-fishing themed game of cornhole with beanbags shaped like fish and an ice-blue target platform. Three points are scored for a bag that goes in the hole, and 1 point for each bag remaining on the board at the end of the game.
Each player has 5 bags to throw. Jimmy and Kid Rock played a game of horseshoes. Tariq served as judge. Jimmy and a guest usually a female play a game of ladder toss. Jimmy and a celebrity guest alternate playing simple songs such as " She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain " or " Jingle Bells " on a randomly selected musical instrument that neither have any experience playing, trying to get The Roots to correctly guess what they were trying to play.
If there are two celebrity guests, they will compete against each other. Originally, Jimmy and the celebrity would try to guess the songs each other played.
The game was introduced to Jimmy by Julianna Margulieswho had played it at a birthday party for William H. A sketch where Jimmy and a celebrity partner give a "makeover" to an audience member. Both Jimmy and the partner dress all in white, including blonde short-bobbed wigs, with Jimmy wearing a peasant shirt and tights. Jimmy sings "let us play with your look" over and over, rising in pitch until he gives out, while his partner makes over the audience member.
The celebrity is the first guest later, and both Jimmy and the guest usually express wonder at who those two weird people were. Jimmy shows a scene from Jacob's Patiencea fictional s Canadian soap opera he and his celebrity guest appeared on, where the actors used mannequin arms instead of their own. Jimmy plays a clip from Other Voicesa Canadian talk show airing at 3 AM he hosted, which featured his celebrity guest.
Their dialogue is supplied off-screen and they must attempt to lip-sync along to it. Miles supplied the dialogue. When Drew Carey appeared as a guest, in addition to Higgins and Miles providing their voices, Jimmy and Drew had people hiding behind them providing their arms.
Jimmy as a teenage girl named Sara and a female guest or a male in drag as one of her friends star in a fictional TeenNick show called Ew! Mileswhom she hates and is embarrassed by, always interrupts midway through the show, originally in person but more recently via FaceTimesince A.
Miles left the show late March The character of Sara is based on an actual girl named Sara in Jimmy's audience who loudly said "Ew! When Jimmy asked the girl her name, she answered, "Sara without an H. In chronological order, the show has featured the following celebrities as Sara's friends for guests:.
On May 10,Will Ferrell hosted. He emerged from the curtains dancing and singing about his white "tight pants". In this sketch that was the most popular among fans,     "All of a sudden, Fallon crashed the party with his own tight pants, which did not sit well with Ferrell — who claimed he was the only one who could wear tight pants. Init was reprised with Will Ferrell and Christina Aguilera.
In all renditions, Fallon always leaves and says he'll find a new town. Whenever Gwyneth Paltrow is on, Jimmy mentions they were in a singing duo named Shazazz several years ago either in the late s or early s. After showing a brief clip of the original black-and-white Password from the s originally hosted by Allen LuddenBetty White 's husbandJimmy played Betty along with two audience members in a game of Password hosted by Higgins on a recreation of the original Password set.
Higgins emcees a version of the classic game show Pyramid where Jimmy and a celebrity guest each pair with an audience member. Jimmy and a celebrity guest each pair with an audience member and play a game of Catch Phrase. The first pair to two points wins.
Whenever she is a guest on the show, Rachel Maddowa self-proclaimed mixologist, makes Jimmy an obscure cocktail. When he is a guest on the show, Denis Leary and Jimmy will usually play each other in a hockey-themed game, such as air hockey or "box hockey". They usually make a bet that the loser will donate money to the Cam Neely House for cancer patients in Boston. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns rolling large, soft balls up a ramp into the audience, where audience members are holding bins and buckets labeled with different point values in a layout reminiscent of that used in a regular skee ball game.
Jimmy and a celebrity guest attempt to pour three bottles of beer, one at a time, first into a mug and then from the mug into a large graduated cylinder. The pouring is complicated by a broomstick, both ends of which is affixed to their wrists, so that their arms are completely outstretched when attempting the pour from the bottle to the mug. The person with the most liquid in the cylinder at the end of the game wins. Jimmy and a celebrity guest each wear a clear plastic box around the upper half of their bodies.
The box is divided into three zones: head, torso, and groin. Both of them are armed with a Nerf-style bow and suction-cup arrows. They stand approximately 15 feet apart and try to hit each other with the arrows. Five points are awarded for an arrow to the torso, ten for a head shot, and twenty for a hit in the groin area. Jimmy and a celebrity guest each hit large foam balls off a tee into the audience using a large plastic bat.
The audience is divided into three scoring zones. Each player hits three balls and sometimes also a final "superball" worth double points. Where the ball lands in the audience is how much it's worth. When playing against a British guest, they use cricket bats instead. Jimmy and a celebrity guest each put their arms and head through holes in stand-up pictures of chefs.
In front of them is a pie-flinging machine. They then play rounds of rock-paper-scissors. Each time one of them loses a round, they click their machine one time. After a random number of clicks, the machine will propel the pie into their face similar in concept to Russian roulette.
The first person to take three later reduced to two pies to the face loses. One such guest was Glenn Close on June 5, Jimmy and a celebrity guest appear as disembodied heads in front of a tranquil background and recite not-quite-true facts like " George Washington 's face appears on the quarter, the one-dollar bill, and Tobey Maguire 's left butt cheek" while new age music plays in the background. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns selecting an egg from a carton where 8 of the eggs have been hard-boiled and 4 have been left raw.
The contestants then take turns in choosing an egg from the carton and smash it against his forehead. The first person to smash two raw eggs on his head is the loser.
Guests that have played include Bryan Cranston and Ricky Gervais. Once a year on the show, Jimmy has a "yacht rock" party, celebrating that genre of soft rock of the late 70s and early 80s. Jimmy will wear a captain's hat and give out the hats to the audience and have nautical-themed games.
In addition, a yacht rock act will perform one of their hits of the genre:. Whenever Justin Timberlake appears on the show, he and Jimmy perform a medley of popular hip-hop and rap songs from a year span in roughly chronological order. Thus far, they have done six installments. In a spoof of The Price Is Right game PlinkoJimmy and his celebrity guest drop disks into a Plinko-style pegboard, disks that end up in various liquids that are to be mixed and consumed as cocktails.
The board invariably contains gag substances such as pea soup or pickle juice, in addition to alcoholic beverages such as champagne and mixers such as Tang. A game of Blackjack wherein at the end of each round, the winner slaps the loser across the face with a gigantic prosthetic hand. A game of pool played on a giant billiard table with bowling balls and no cues. The first person to sink three balls, stripes or solids, wins. In this hybrid of beer pong and air hockeyat each end of the table are seven holes with cups full of beer in them.
If your opponent succeeds in scoring the puck by sinking it in one of your cups, you must chug, then turn the cup upside down and place it on top of the hole. First player to score three wins. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns lip syncing to popular music. The segment was spun off into its own reality competition show on Spike later Paramount Network.
Jimmy and a celebrity guest have their mouths superimposed on each other and take turns voicing each other. Jimmy tries to see who's the most honest person by having a celebrity guest pick from two choices: "Truth or Truth".
They ask each other questions and respond with not-quite-true answers. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns picking from nine numbered boxes, which contain an obscure object e.
They would then have to either lie or tell the truth about the object's description, while the other has to guess which is which. Jimmy and a celebrity guest race each other on scooters one lap outside Studio 6-B through holiday-themed obstacle courses. Get Him Back Here! The sketch was in honor of Mrs. Obama's " Let's Move! Jimmy and a celebrity guest wear cone-shaped hats, while Higgins gives them questions pop culture.
If one of them gets the answer incorrect, their car raises up to a net-covered water balloon until it pops. Celebrity guests and Fallon take turns to hit the button of impressions generator, it will land on a random celebrity with a random topic.
Celebrity guests and Fallon are challenged to do the impression. Jimmy and a celebrity guest have a conversation, only to act out different emotions or situations while they're talking e. Two men, played by Jimmy and a celebrity guest, sit down on a mountaintop and stare at each other, pondering the universe. Their thoughts are heard on-camera, which are often tongue-in-cheek.
The sagement usually ends with them singing. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns throwing footballs at glass pictures of each other's faces. The first person to smash all their opponent's faces wins the game.
Celebrity guests and Fallon take turns to hit the button of impressions generator, it will land on a random singer with a random song. Jimmy and a celebrity guest pick a card with a movie title and 5 seconds to describe the plot of that movie, while the opponent has to guess what it is.
Jimmy and a few celebrity guests play a drinking game similar to musical chairsbut with cups of beer. Jimmy and a celebrity guest take turns reading phrases, while wearing a pair headphones playing loud music so the other person can't hear the phrase.
Jimmy and a celebrity guest read from scripts written by kid viewers on what they think a movie is about based on the title e. Magic Mike. Jimmy shows a "clip" from a TV show in the s he and a celebrity guest starred in together, in which play officers from the Point Pleasant, New Jersey Police Department, who repeatedly spit food on each other acted out live by the two of them. Celebrity guests and Tariq from The Roots take turns hit the button of freestyle generator, it will land on three different topics.
Celebrity guests have to do the rap freestyle containing the three random words. Celebrity guests and Fallon take turns hitting a button which generates a well-known song.
The lyrics will appear on cue cards, but the music will stop and the cards will be blank. If celebrity guests and Fallon don't finish the lyric correctly, they get sprayed in the face with water coming out of a prop microphone. If they get the lyric correct, the other player gets sprayed. During the final round, celebrity guests and Fallon sing the song together, and they both have to get the lyric correct. In this sketch, aired on Nov. It is shown through flashbacks that each Thanksgiving both Blake and Jimmy bring the same food item or dish.
Blake, enraged, slaps Jimmy. At the last Thanksgiving shown neither bring out a food dish, however Blake becomes enraged anyway when she and Jimmy break the wishbone from the turkey and he gets the bigger half. On HalloweenJimmy and Heidi Klum bowled two frames apiece using pumpkins of various sizes instead of bowling balls.
Klum beat Jimmy 19— On the next night's Late NightFallon demurred, saying, "here's the thing: I never said that. Fallon claimed he couldn't match the amount himself due to his money "being tied up in Soul Patrol Sweatshirts". During the performance, Seth Herzog held up a large placard with a QR code on it; the code led to a "secret" video where Jimmy thanked his viewers for their donations.
Colbert then did a "Thank You Note" to Jimmy for promoting his show. When the six months was up, the pair became mortal enemies and went on each other's shows to feud. Anderson Cooper appeared on both sketches claiming Italian restaurant Sbarro gives out free tickets to both shows when you buy a slice of pizza asking each host if he could be their new friend, to which both replied "No, Anderson, it's just too soon!
During the bit, Billy Crystal appeared as the first baseman WhoA. On May 24,Jimmy and Will Smith played their grandfathers, who had a music show on the old NBC Radio Network in the s, and they show some old archived clips of them performing.
However, all of the songs they performed were simply crooner-style versions of Smith's old songs, who claims they sound nothing like his music. Jimmy and Bryan Cranston show clips from a soap opera they were in called Suspended Suspense in which they played brothers fighting over their late father's estate, all while suspended in the air by harnesses.
Jimmy and Jennifer Lawrence show clips from instructional dance videos they attempted to sell on an overnight show on QVC. Jimmy was joined by Lionel Richie for a duet of Richie's song " Hello ", which was also a parody of its music video. Jimmy and Jon Hamm show clips from a soap opera they starred in together called In the Dusk of Night in which they played business partners fighting about whether or not Hamm's character is having an affair with Jimmy's character's wife.
All the while, small animals on remote controlled cars roll onto the set playing loud music. Hamm claimed his outstanding performance was the reason he got the part of Don Draper on Mad Men. Jimmy and Bryan Cranston show clips from an action show they were in together in which they played BASE jumpers who confessed wrongdoings to each other while on a dive.
Each year for March MadnessJimmy picks an underdog team he thinks will go all the way. So far he is 1—3; his first 3 picks lost in the first round, but his pick actually made the Final Four.
InJimmy threw all of his support behind the Tennessee-Chattanooga Mocs who were seeded 16 and played the heavy favorite, 1 seeded Connecticut Huskies in the first round. Jimmy made signs for the audience to hold up, gave them T-shirts, had their pep band play on the show, did a brief history of the school, and did an interview via satellite with Head Coach John Shulman. He also reviewed a list of notable graduateswhich includes Dennis Haskins most known as Mr.
However, the show's support wasn't enough, as the Mocs lost the game — InJimmy picked the Siena Saints. He said he wanted to pick his hometown school. He once again did a school history and reviewed a list of notable graduateswhich also includes his sister Gloria. The Roots then performed a ballad about head coach Fran McCaffery. The 13 seed Saints lost in the first round to the 4 seed Purdue Boilermakers 72— LIU's mascot also appeared during Cell Phone Shootout the day before the first game to give high fives to the audience.
Jimmy's pick once again didn't make it past the first round, losing — Late Night was in reruns the week before the tournament inso no underdog pick was made that year; however, Jimmy did a Pros and Cons sketch about March Madness upon his return. InJimmy's team was the 4 seed Syracuse Orangehis first pick to have a higher seed than their first-round opponent.
Jimmy gave a special shout-out to Syracuse sophomore forward Rakeem Christmas whom, Jimmy points out, wears number 25 on his jersey. After Syracuse won their first game 81—34 over the seed Montana Grizzlies Jimmy gave one lucky audience member a bowl of oranges, which he elected to trade for a "mystery prize": a sack of oranges. After Syracuse won their second game 66—60 over the seed California Golden Bears  Jimmy gave out another bowl of oranges, which was traded for a citrus juicer.
Syracuse's third game was a 61—50 win over the 1-seed Indiana Hoosiers but fell during a long weekend. After Syracuse won their fourth game a 55—39 win over the 3-seed Marquette Golden Eagles Jimmy gave out another bowl of oranges, which were traded for a gift-wrapped bowl of oranges.
Jimmy wanted to show a clip from their Elite Eight Victory, but CBS wouldn't allow it, so they re-created one using an Atari basketball game. Syracuse was finally defeated in the Final Four by Michigan on April 6.
In —, the Puppy Predictors chose the winners. InJimmy as Shaquille O'Neal did a bracket or "Shaq-et" in during Shaq's fictional podcast named "The Shaqcast" in which he picked the winners based on bizarre criteria i. Wisconsin wins because they're the cheese state and he loves cheese or the better mascot he chose Gonzaga to win the tournament because Bulldogs are adorable, although his first pick was his alma mater Louisiana State.
Inmost of the band was shown lounging instead of playing the theme song during the introduction the music was pre-recorded while keyboardists James Poyser and Kamal Gray had a pretend boxing match. Inthe band briefly played the theme song intentionally poorly and Questlove 's drumming "stepped on" Tariq's announcing of the episode number. Shortly thereafter, Questlove announced "April Fools!
In the run-up to the midterm electionsJimmy had five Golden Retriever puppies with human first and last names Roger Blain, Brian Johnson, Kyle McAdams, Lisa Armstrong, and "troublemaker" Gary Frick act as "pundits" to predict the winner of various races by choosing which of two bowls of dog food to eat from blue for the Democrat and red for the Republican.
After he briefly went through the candidates' positions, he released the puppies from a small cage. The puppies selected:. In a final bipartisan effort, he rewarded the puppies for their work by letting them eat out of a single bowl.
Jimmy also had the puppies predict the Best Picture winner of the 83rd Academy Awards. Jimmy later had the puppies predict the results of the NFL season. The night before the U. They correctly predicted Argo. Gary Frick did not appear in this segment; she was replaced by Barry Frick, whose relation to Gary, if any, is not yet known. The selection method was different for this prediction: each of the four puppies wore the jersey of a different team and the first one that reached the food bowl indicated the prediction.
Barry incorrectly predicted Verrazano, who came in 14th place; Orb was the winner. They predicted Denver. The puppies were correct when the Broncos, led by Peyton Manningdid win. On April 30,as part of an "Audience Suggestion Box" segment, Jimmy had 16 puppies predict the winner of the Kentucky Derbyall of them representing one of the top sixteen horses racing.
The puppies correctly predicted that American Pharaoh would win the derby. Jimmy brought down two self-professed fans of the Harry Potter series and had them compete at a series of contests to try to win a prize package provided by Warner Brothers. Because the contestants were tied after round 3, they went to a tiebreaker, where they had to chug a pint of butterbeer as quickly as possible. The winner's prize was a three-day trip for two to Londonstaying at a four-star hotel, and the winner would film a Harry Potter movie scene.
The loser received a Late Night T-shirt. Jimmy and a choir of the show's staff sang a song about the twelve biggest news stories ofto the tune of " The Twelve Days of Christmas ". The sketch returned in as the " Late Night Topical Carolers". In Target DemographicJimmy details a very specific type of viewer which is attractive to advertisers due to their excessive wasteful spending on material goods. The first version was "Blonde Connecticut Housewives". This sketch was only done in the early days of the show and has seemed to be retired.
Leading up to the BCS National Championship Game between the Auburn Tigers and the Oregon DucksJimmy noted that, while most schools have school fight songsno school has a school power ballad. After some deliberation as to which of the championship teams to choose, he decided to create one for Oregon, "We are the Ducks", which was performed by former Skid Row lead singer Sebastian Bach.
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Retrieved September 8, On Wednesday night's Late NightRicky Gervais stopped by to reminisce with Fallon about their days on the totally made up show, particularly Gervais' weird preference for using fake arms instead of his own.
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Archived from the original on January 15, Retrieved October 2, The Daily Meal. The Comedy Bureau. Laughing Squid. Archived from the original on October 4, Done on Thursdays untilJimmy and Tariq would perform a hip-hop song, recapping current events in the news and using Donald Trump's tweets on Twitter as lyrics, with Jimmy reading them in his usual Trump impression. Citing Donald Trump's distrust of mainstream news, Jimmy appears as the President on "Trump News Network" a knock-off of CNN in which he unsuccessfully spins negative stories about him to portray him in a more positive light, instead having the reverse effect.
From July 19 to August 14,the sketch became a weekly routine on Tuesdays, with Jimmy as Trump giving his takes on recent news, including ones about him, as well as doing stunts related to news about him.
Done on Tuesdays for "At Home Edition", Jimmy and his wife Nancy Juvonen take a stroll outside and answer fan-submitted questions on Twitter about their lives e. Done on Wednesdays for "At Home Edition", Jimmy shows viral videos that he finds funny and uplifting. MilesLate Night' s head writer. New installments premiered every Monday during the summer ofand have a storyline focused on continuity, much as The Hills does. Season two finds Miles, having moved to the costume department in the season one finale, unhappy with his new role and wishing he was back among the writing staff.
As revenge, he dresses Jimmy in ridiculous clothes in order to make Jimmy look like an idiot. During the season, Jimmy and Miles both run for the position of fire warden of the floor. In the series finale, Jimmy and Miles decide to end their silly feud and be friends again, Jimmy gives Miles his job in the writing department back, and they appointed fire-safety enthusiast Questlove to be fire warden.
Miles as uptight Dale who is usually accompanied by her son Caleb, who is allergic to all food other than a special pasteand 'director' in reality, writer Bashir Salahuddin as compulsive eater Yvonne. Each segment continues from the last in an overarching story similar to 7th Floor West. The plot revolves around alliances and over-the-top rivalries between the characters resulting in exaggerated responses by the characters.
During the episode, Denise inadvertently started a fight with the Colts wives when she mistakenly congratulated the Colts on making the Super Bowl thinking the game was played at one of the teams' home stadiumand was informed they were actually the league's worst team that season, with their record. This caused Denise and Yvonne to quickly resolve their differences and unite against the Colts wives, causing the Late Night wives to win the brawl.
As practice, they sing the Bon Jovi song " Livin' on a Prayer ". Jimmy is so frustrated by the Roots' defection that he sings the Twisted Sister song " We're Not Gonna Take It " which, eventually, both squads join in on.
Late is a parody of the ABC series Lost. It deals with the twelve survivors of an elevator crash on the day of the very first show of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. After the crash, the twelve are trapped on a mysterious abandoned floor in the 30 Rock building. In the first episode, a new writer at Late NightAngelique Kate Simsesdiscovers that several of the show's writers, including Jimmy, Bashir Salahuddinand Morgan Murphyare secretly vampiresand is herself "turned" by Miles.
It takes place on a floor in the 30 Rock building that, in addition to being a regular office floor, has a social scene filled with hot tubs, tanning, gyms and lots of partying. The floor is accessed by a special elevator that "Jersey-fies" its riders when the "Jersey Floor" button is pressed.
Episode 2 featured guest stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Episode 3 featured cameos from many members of the Jersey Shore cast, including SnookiJWowwSammi Sweetheart, Deena NicoleRonnieand Vinny, who were de-Jerseyfied appearing in more conservative clothes and hairstyles when they went back to the regular floor with their analogues, then decided they didn't like it and went back to the Jersey Floor. When the Earl of Downton Sixbey Jimmy receives word that the current heir to Downton Sixbey, Carson Daly is missing following a hot-air ballooning accident, a distant nephew Questlove receives word that he is to become the new heir.
However, in the second episode, Daly appears at Downton Sixbey, alive and well only to seemingly perish before the third episode, in another hot-air ballooning accident, along with Usher and Shakira. Barack Obama Dion Flynn also appeared as the mailman a parody of Mr. Later, he visited the Neighborhood of Make-Believe "where me and Paul Ryan get most of our facts from" and outed Henrietta Pussycat as a puppet operated by a union worker.
This sketch was in response to the real Romney's claim that he will discontinue federal PBS funding if he is elected president. In a parody of children's shows like Mister Rogers' NeighborhoodBlue's Cluesand Elmo's World inJimmy puts on a cardigan and hosts a children's program, but everything is a little off.
Game of Desks is a parody of Game of Thrones. The premiere, on May 24,had A. Miles overthrowing Jimmy and appointing himself host, and sentencing Jimmy to death by beheading. When the executioner failed by missing the chopping block entirely and Jimmy lived, Seth Meyers was appointed Jimmy's successor as he already has been in real life. When the Jimmy learns that he has only six months left as host of Late Nighthe teams up with low-level street joke dealer Higgins to sell top quality jokes on the black market.
However, after head writer Miles becomes suspicious after seeing video of Colin Quinn with one of the illicit jokes, Jimmy turns to black-market joke wholesaler Gus Dion Flynn to move his supply. Bob Odenkirk appeared in a cameo in character as Saul Goodmanwhile Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul appeared in cameos ostensibly as themselves. On September 22,Jimpire was a parody of Empire.
This skit sees Jimmy trying to decide who should be his successor as host of the show if he were to die from his finger injury. Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson appeared as their characters on the real show: Howard calmly told Jimmy to stop imitating Lucious Lyonwhile Henson got in a fist fight with her analog Steve Higgins saying she's the one and only Cookie Lyon.
Questlove and Black Thought of The Roots appeared as rappers who first perform solo but then decide to team up as a duo. The skit had the gang's reactions to Linus ' death in the pumpkin patch while waiting for the Great Pumpkin. The skit ended with a cameo appearance from the Riverdale cast in a hallway reacting to the Peanuts cast at a school dance. The plot points get more absurd by the moment e.
Vanessa getting pregnant on Zoom. The skits usually end with a series of exaggerated gasps by the cast. This skit sees Jimmy performing a never-before-released album with Questlove and Black Thought.
Chris Martin appears, singing a duet of " Fuzzy Wuzzy " with Jimmy. The skit had Jimmy conduct an interview with Elizabeth Olsen over decades of late-night talk shows, including his tenure on Late Night and The Tonight Show. The show's longest-running musical sketch, Jimmy joins his house band, The Rootsto serenade the audience on a topic of current newsworthy significance in the style of a slow jam. Ams" joined Jimmy in slow jams. The following have been topics of a Slow Jam:.
Jimmy and men from the show's staff plus one of the guests from that night's episode will perform the Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Jimmy is the frontman of a punk band similar to the Ramones called The Vanilla Wombats. Each of the band members dresses in black, with a black cape, dark sunglasses, and a platinum blonde wig.
The album cover shows a bottomless Jimmy lying down on his stomach, but he says a " stunt butt " was used. While Jimmy is singing, often some people wearing yellow tracksuits and sunglasses usually including Seth Herzog and Mike Dicenzo, one of them without pantsas well as the Product Placement Preacher start dancing behind him. Jake Gyllenhaal joined in once as one of the Banana Boyz. Incountry singer John Rich joined Jimmy for a duet of "I'm Gettin' Drunk on Christmas" which was later released on iTunes and became one of their most popular Christmas songs of the year.
Jimmy has solicited song titles from the audience, asking them to send him titles of songs for him to sing via Twitter ; he picks the one he likes the best e. Jimmy impersonates singer Neil Young and sings a song.
He and Jimmy went on to do a duet of the never-before-heard "original version", [ when? Jimmy performed the Charles in Charge theme song as Bob Dylan. Both segments were shown in black and white as a parody of I'm Not There.
Jimmy dresses in an amalgam of Ziggy Stardust -era David Bowie 's costume, the face makeup from the cover of the Bowie album Aladdin Saneand NFL quarterback Tim Tebow 's uniform and sings a song about events in Tebow's life to the tune of a Bowie song. The first song titled "Tebowie" was released as a 7" vinyl record as a Record Store Day exclusive. Jimmy, Blake SheltonNick Offermanand writer Chris Tartaro dressed up in chicken suits and sang The Lumineers ' " Ho Hey ", but replaced all the lyrics with chicken clucks, singing as the band "The Chickeneers" on a show before Easter in Jimmy with the Roots join a musical celebrity to perform one of their hits on classroom instruments.
These have included:. While Jimmy is interviewing Paul Ruddhe mentions an old s music video they were both in. After Jimmy claims not to remember, he shows a clip a shot-for-shot recreation performed by Jimmy, Rudd, and the show's writers.
Jimmy and three other performers and sometimes a fifth celebrity guest sing a modern popular song in the style of a barbershop quartet combined with reggae music. Live performers play the namesake group, as a quintet, onstage on the second floor section of the queue of the attraction, sometimes performing with classroom instruments or trying torture Hashtag the Panda into dancing.
Portraying their original performers on a documentary program reminiscent of Behind the MusicJimmy and Kevin Bacon perform a parody of a classic song under the guise of it being an early draft of the actual lyrics. The new lyrics inevitably rely on repetitive variations of the actual lyrics, such as Tom Petty 's " Free Fallin' " which is devoted almost entirely to a woman from the original lyrics who is described as liking horses The Beach Boys ' " Surfin' U.
A program allegedly aired by NBC's "sister channel" Steel Channel a parody of Spikein which competitors in wide mustache costumes compete in a "Stache Bash" in an octagonal cage similar to UFC events. J ", and "The Masked Mustache" wearing a luchador -style mask. The fight is inevitably interrupted by a promo for another program on Steel Channel, usually Detective Jam Face played by A.
By the time the program returns, the fight had already ended—with Brock and Barry often hailing the unseen finish as being a historic moment in UMF.
Another program on the Steel Channel "from the creators of Ultimate Mustache Fighter " is Kicking Stuffwhere a man named Jonathan Bobby Tisdale takes ordinary objects, places them on top of an overturned orange bucket, and then kicks them off.
After kicking the object, he points at the camera and yells "Kicking stuff! After showing some footage from the show, Jimmy brings out Jonathan and has him kick something live in studio. The Steel Channel's sports report, somewhat of a parody of SportsCenter.
In a recent version, Chris Kattan appeared as a depressed skateboarding teenager who reviews monster truck shows; when the hosts got him to open up about what was bothering him beliefs he is unloved by his fatherthey cut him off and finished the sketch. The sketch ends with the anchors blowing on an animal horn to summon the "T-shirt yeti", who comes out and throws T-shirts into the audience. Jimmy opens this sketch by saying, "We're always striving to get better here at The Tonight Show.
Suggestions ranging from the mundane "book Sandra Bullock soon" or "more audience member close-ups" to the silly such as "have a stuntman dressed as Abraham Lincoln fall down the stairs" or "recreate the cover of Nirvana 's Nevermind with a grown man instead of a baby" are supposedly contributed by audience members. Sort of an updated version of Jay Leno 's " Headlines ", Fallon shows viewer-submitted screen shots from various media phones, Internet, television, etc. The final selection is always a picture of a man who the viewer claims looks like Jimmy, who will then put on a costume to match.
Jimmy stars as Pattinson in character as Edward Cullen from the Twilight filmsbut with his actual British accent. Throughout the segment he sits in a tree and talks about what bothers him, all from the perspective of Pattinson. Also making an appearance is a blow-up doll representing Kristen Stewart.
On March 1,celebrating Jimmy's first year of hosting, the real Pattinson came on to promote the film Remember Me. During the sketch, he interrupted Jimmy, saying "I don't talk like that! Jimmy as Justin Bieber will sit by a reflecting pool and discuss topics that are on his mind.
He will begin by talking about his own life his appearance on CSI: Crime Scene Investigationhis new position as host of Punk'dbut then start rambling on about more serious topics, such as John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theoriesthe subprime mortgage crisishis fears that China's economy will overtake that of the United Statesand the debate over human cloning. It also shows him dancing, eating snacks, and receiving phone calls from other celebrities such as President ObamaChuck Norrisand Alan Greenspan.
The real Bieber joined Jimmy-as-Bieber during the dance segments on the installment which aired the day before the release of Bieber's movie Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. At the end the segment, Bieber leaves in a magical fashion, such as walking on water, opening a wormholeor transforming himself into golden retriever puppy Gary Frick from the " If Puppies Could Vote " sketch.
Jimmy introduces a segment which will supposedly present images of two celebrities whose heads have been swapped through digital photo manipulation.
A "Head Swap" song plays, ostensibly a short introductory jingle using sing-a-long lyrics and illustrated by a series of still photos. However, the song becomes an extended narrative set in the offices of Late Nightdepicting Jimmy asking a member of the show's graphics department to create "Head Swap" images. In each instance of the sketch, a different set of bizarre complications ensue, involving Jimmy in outlandish situations such as the accidental death of a co-worker and their attempts to hide the body because the graphic artist is on parole didn't want to go back to prison for her murder; although at the end she was only unconscious which push the actual "Head Swap" to a secondary issue.
The conflict is eventually resolved, and only one image of a "Head Swap" is shown as the song ends. Various members of the show's crew, and often one of the guests, read letters they have written to their parents in the manner of children at a summer camp.
While they are reading, an overlay of the actual letter slowly comes into view. Lastly, Jimmy takes out some parchmentan ink well, and a large quill and proceeds to write his letter, in calligraphyin Victorian era -style language with a voice to match. During the Christmas season, the letters are written to Santa Claus instead. A yearly Christmas tradition on the show according to Jimmy is bringing out a large board the Countdown to Christmas Cabinet with 12 numbered doors in the manner of an Advent calendar.
The number of the door opened corresponds to the number of days left before the show's holiday break. Behind each door is a sweater. Jimmy picks a seat number out of a Santa hat, and whomever in the audience has that number wins that day's sweater.
Inan abbreviated version of the series "The 5 Days of Christmas Sweaters" aired because Jimmy hosted Saturday Night Live during what normally would be the second week of the segment. In a manner reminiscent of Oprah on her talk show, Jimmy gives a gift to the entire audience each day during the last week before the show's holiday break. Jimmy plugs in his iPhone to a monitor to show off some new applications he's discovered.
One of these apps always deals with a picture of the head of comedian Paul Reiser such as "ReiserTris", a Tetris -like game with Reiser heads instead of the regular Tetris blocks. On one version, Jimmy used an app designed to locate Reiser, and it displayed "I am 8 feet behind you", then Reiser did a cameo.
Another recurring app is " Axl Rose Relaxation Tapes", with the Guns N' Roses frontman actually Jimmy singing over relaxing sounds such as wolves howling or thunderstorms, usually ending with him yelling "Take a nap! After Jimmy briefly mentions three trivial celebrity news items, he declares that the stories should be placed into the "Who Cares Hindenburg.
The newsreel footage has had a news crawl featuring the three news items superimposed over the zeppelin to make it look like a modern blimp. The new narration always ends with the exclamation "Who cares? We listen in on Roots drummer?
In "Post-Apocalypse Andy Rooney", Jimmy plays former 60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney as he gives his thoughts about life in a world after a nuclear war and zombie uprising. After Rooney's retirement, the sketch became "What is Andy Rooney doing now? Jimmy, claiming to be an expert on facial expressions, explains the meanings behind numerous expressions made by U. President Barack Obama. The expressions are usually explained by a short phrase such as "determined yet hopeful"until the end of the segment, which features pictures from President Obama's February meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper ; at this point the phrases become overly long drivel about s or s youth popular culture often food and sitcomsreminiscing over minute details about the subject.
Somewhat similar to "Obama Expressions", Jimmy shows a series of photos, each showing a man and a woman. Jimmy then explains what the people in the photos are thinking. The first person's thought is somewhat regular e. This is so romantic! This is so humiliating! Similar to "He Said, She Said", photos of people with their pets are shown, with the pets' thoughts being the punchlines.
Jimmy reads off some famous quotes that he found on Facebook, along with some other quotes allegedly by the same person, but of dubious provenance. Lance Armstrong : "I'll spend the rest of my life trying to earn back trust and apologize to people for the rest of my life. Often after a speech by President Obama, Jimmy will give a timeline of events, starting with actual statements from the speech.
The bit will eventually introduce Vice President Joe Bidenwho will interrupt Obama in the manner of a spoiled child. While cleaning his office, Jimmy claims to have found some VHS cassettes from a s production company named Video Vision. The videos are usually short instructional pieces such as "Dealing with Sexual Harassment in the Workplace"or holiday guides with bizarre factual errors such as " Christmas was founded in Downtown Europe ".
They are hosted by Jimmy as James Fallon with a spiked haircut, thick glasses, cheesy sweater and faded jeans, and have many of the hallmarks of video production of the mids, including low video quality, awkward scene transitions, choppy edits, low-quality special effects, and cheesy graphics which include typos and spelling errors.
Portions of the video tape may have been "accidentally" taped over with 's sitcoms. Jimmy finds some old tapes of men from a s video dating service that used to tape in Studio 6-B called "Cupid's Arrow".
The videos are low quality possibly because they were produced by Video Vision. The men featured are unattractive losers, and Jimmy stated that most of them were probably still available. The sketch was later made into a Dating Game -style TV show hosted by Tony Sanders played by Higgins with three of the men: Chester Mann played by Salahuddina perverted part-time shoe salesman and freeloader; James Spadge played by Milesa nerd with unusual medical conditions who lives with his mother; and Jose played by Jimmya flamboyant musician who joined the service to prove to his friends he isn't gay; and a female audience member as the contestant, with the video quality downgraded to look like it was from the s.
Jose is always the winner. To get the audience excited about the show's sponsors, a fake gospel preacher named Rev. Daryl Bivens played by Bashir Salahuddin preaches about the products. After Jimmy gives a shout-out to someone, Questlove asks Jimmy if he can give a shout-out to someone as well. After doing so, other members of the cast and crew usually including Kamal Graywriter Morgan Murphydirector Dave Diomedi always to his wife and about their sex lifeTariq Trotter usually about some sort of craft or cooking project; Trotter wears a blondish-red wig while demonstrating itor a character played by Bashir Salahuddin interrupt and ask for shout-outs to people or things of their own.
At the end, Jimmy quickly recaps each of the shout-outs. Jimmy shows a series of velvet Elvises or "velvet Elvii" as Jimmy claims they are also called showing Presley in contemporary situations, such as listening to an iPodskydiving, or appearing alongside people like Neytiri from the movie AvatarFox News commentator Glenn Beckor the cast of The Big Bang Theory.
One of the velvet Elvises will usually include a pull-string activated "voice box" Jimmy pulls the string and holds the painting in front of his mouth so the audience cannot see him providing the voice.
The last painting is often of Elvis in a beige jumpsuit performing a particularly boring activity e. After Jimmy comments on just how boring the activity is, a Boring Elvis impersonator comes out and sings a song about the activity. Jimmy claims to have had a character left out of various movies and video games, such as Transformers: Interlude: The Call - Jon Gibson - The Man Inside (CD of the Fallen or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
He shows us a series of outtakes of him spouting bad attempts at catchphrases. Jimmy will also sometimes enlist actors promoting new movies to be in outtakes from those movies with him including Jude Law for Sherlock Holmes and Kim Cattrall for Sex and the City 2.
After Jimmy passingly mentions the Hubble Space Telescopea man in the audience dressed head to toe in New York Yankees apparel named Milky J Bashir Salahuddin enthusiastically begins listing and showing photos of astronomical features photographed by the telescope, each one punctuated by him yelling "Hubble gotchu! This sketch's timing may be based on the song "Rock You" by The Roots. He appeared in a recent shout-outs sketch, sending shout-outs to molecular models.
Jimmy said he recognized him and Milky J explained that since Hubble is being phased out and replaced by the James Webb Space Telescopehe'd found a new interest. Jimmy then convinced him that Hubble is still something to get excited about, which made him go back into his old shtick. Later, Jimmy mentioned a new planet, and Milky J showed up and went into his routine, but Jimmy once again mentioned how Hubble is being replaced by the James Webb telescope. Milky J recently appeared in another shoutouts sketch, this time giving a shoutout to gravity: breaking his unfaithful wife's valuables by dropping them and saying "gravity got it".
Jimmy begins telling a story, but a man in the crowd wearing a Hawaiian Album) and a New York Mets bucket hat Mike Dicenzo interrupts, linking the beginning of Jimmy's story to Late Night via an extended word associationafter which he says "how you like me now? After he does it twice, Jimmy does one as well, causing the man to declare Jimmy the superior player and leave the studio in shame, despite Jimmy's repeated attempts to make him stay.
During the sketch that aired March 11,as Bucket Hat guy went to leave, Laina the Overly Attached Girlfriend appeared near the exit, wearing an identical Hawaiian shirt and bucket hat. Despite Jimmy's attempts to get the two of them together, Bucket Hat Guy retreated from the exit to the safety of Jimmy's guest chair.
The most recent edition of this sketch involved Federer buying "a round of drinks on the Federer," then serving a tennis ball between his legs so it causes John McEnroe 's drink to spill, which in turn provokes McEnroe to stand up angrily and yell, "Come on, Roger!
You cannot be serious! Less a full sketch and more a recurring bit, Jimmy will look directly into the camera and jets of fire of will emanate from his eyeballs. Sometimes, he will instead shoot laser beams. Less frequently, gobs of cooked spaghetti will come out. Jimmy will also have Steve HigginsQuestloveand his celebrity guests play along with the gag as well.
When Jimmy has a professional wrestler as a guest, they will usually enter the studio through a cloud of smoke via a trap door in one of the aisles of the audience area. Jimmy will read a pamphlet from an upcoming small town festival for that weekend. It is only done in the summer. He then compares the two usually ending in a punchline joke. In the July 21, episode he compared Toronto mayor, Rob Ford, with a horse. Jimmy demonstrates how a common piece of advice, like "let it flow" can take on a very different meaning depending on who you are e.
Questlovean avid music collector, always states he thinks the songs and artists are fake since he's never heard of them. Together with the guys from the Found Footage FestivalJimmy presents selections from old low-quality instructional VHS videos and suggests the audience avoid them such as the owner's video for the Rejuvenique face mask, Superchops 4 Bass with Beaver Feltonand Fun with Ventriloquism. In the wake of Charlie Sheen 's post-rehab media blitz, Jimmy appeared as Sheen in two commercials: one selling his cologne "Winning", and the other selling a Time Life collection of CDs containing outrageous quotes by him.
Later, in response to the news that Ashton Kutcher would replace Sheen on Two and a Half MenJimmy as Sheen made a new version of Kutcher's old show Punk'd called Sheen'd in which he goes around acting obnoxious and bothering people at their jobs. The real Sheen who also promoted his new show Anger Management later appeared alongside Jimmy-as-Sheen in an ad for "Clone" cologne.
Jimmy plays British TV show host Peggy Hess, who presents a series of clips of celebrities making small-talk at functions where they are not hooked up to microphones. McGinley how he punched a mountain lion in the face and then became best friends with it. Jimmy sent a correspondent to the streets of New York to ask people their thoughts on different topics in the news while dancing their answers.
In an effort to make basic math more relatable for kids, Jimmy breaks down basic arithmetic using pop culture references and notable names e. A series of animated shorts featuring a father voiced by Jimmy giving advice to his silent preteen son. This segment only airs on the Friday before Father's Day. Jimmy showcases some items that he has found on sale at Album) stores.
Jimmy showcases some interesting electronic greeting cards he's discovered, with the insides being insulting to the receiver. Jimmy talks about going onto a website that does computer text-to-speech conversionsand then mentions that the computer voice is based on that of a nerdy man named Walter Kump John Haskell. He then brings out Kump for an interview, which shows off some of the comical mispronunciations, improper enunciation and misuse of punctuation i. Kump later announced he has chosen a second career as a rapper and has recorded a music video, which Jimmy let him play on the show.
Kump also appeared after his girlfriend who speaks in a female robot voice made a video of him falling while he was rollerblading that went viral. Kump's latest appearance had him announcing he played the hero in an action movie, co-starring Kyle MacLachlan as the villain, and had Jimmy play a climactic scene from it. Jimmy reads a somewhat depressing story from the news and then gives the silver lining.
Example: There are growing concerns about the level of privacy on Facebook. On the bright side, there's a way to post all of your information online without anyone ever seeing it — join Myspace. A parody of nightly news programs. It usually includes inane graphs; short, nonsensical weather reports; depressed sports anchors, and manipulated footage of celebrities where their faces are turned upside-down.
Some episodes have Brand reading Star instead. When the real Brand was on in Februaryhe appeared and said Jimmy's impression was terrible and read the magazine himself. On August 9,Jimmy joined anchor Bob Costas in studio at the Summer Olympics in Londonand showed a version of the sketch with Brand reading the special Olympics edition of the magazine.
Jimmy boils down a week's worth of a TV show to one sentence to allow his viewers to more quickly catch up on them. The result is a humorous but still appropriate sentence, like Rachel Maddow from The Rachel Maddow Show being edited to say " Newt Gingrich had an ultrasound, and it revealed a small horse inside his stomach. Jimmy as Mitt Romney attempts to reach younger voters with a video blog, however he proves he is out of touch with them instead.
Jimmy as Mitt Romney and Dion Flynn as President Obama have one-on-one private conversations about their presidential debates. Both candidates criticize themselves and each other. After President Obama was re-elected on November 6,they re-enacted Romney's concession call to President Obama, with them reminiscing about the election, then performing a duet of Paula Cole 's " I Don't Want to Wait ".
During the United States presidential electionsimilar sketches with Jimmy as Donald Trump talking to candidates and characters, including Flynn as Obama, Hillary Clinton as herself, Ted Cruz as himself, and Tyler Perry as Madeawere done, with Trump and each person having a one-on-one private conversation over the phone and both criticizing themselves.
Jimmy will mention celebrity rumors the setups then tell the truth behind them the punchlines. Jimmy shows some celebrity Twitter replies to fake fan questions, and then reveals the original question. Dalai Lama 's reply: "Bountiful, rich, and abundant. Similar to a high school yearbook, Jimmy shows pictures of NFL players and says what "Most likely to For the final version of the skit on Late NightNFL players listed the awards for the show's writers, before dousing Jimmy with Gatorade.
After the skit, Jimmy then gave away tickets to go see that year's Super Bowl to a lucky audience member. Jimmy has Questlove and Black Thought re-enact a notable scene from The Bachelor for audiences that missed it. Other installments have recreated scenes from its spin-offs The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise. Jimmy shows original and creative inventions made by kids. Jimmy shows some celebrity Instagram posts with a common saying, then reveals the photos they posted.
Whole Foods ' reply: An apple. In an attempt to counter all the bad news stories, Jimmy has real-life NBC news anchors read fake stories that are overly-positive. Jimmy claims Facebook started their own newspaper and reads headlines from it, which are usually about the people on it e. Jimmy reads letters submitted from kid viewers, and even replies to suggestions.
Around the release of a highly anticipated movie or TV program, Jimmy would send a correspondent down to get people's thoughts and opinions and see if they notice that he is mispronouncing the title while asking them questions e. This Is Us becomes Miss the Bus. Usually around holidays, a correspondent would ask an intentionally long question, often filled with facts, ending with him asking a simple question such as "How are you? Jimmy shows viewer-submitted pictures of real signs that contain typos or similar accidentally funny errors, using an iPad Apple Inc.
Jimmy shows an existing brand name and explains when it can be used as a good name or a bad name e. Bad name: Trump's re-election slogan. Great Name: An adult diaper. Jimmy reads polls with the last response usually being obscure e. Joe Biden: Lady fingers. Jimmy showcases new robots and technologies from around the world, including Sophia the Robot. Jimmy shows pictures from current news and makes up headlines based on how it looks.
Jimmy invites independent expert Andrew Karn played by writer Arthur Meyer to give tips on what's appropriate to wear during the holidays. Much to Jimmy's chagrin, Andrew usually shows pictures of a formal outfit and a sexual outfit as examples.
Jimmy would send a correspondent down to get people's thoughts about current events while being given a deep massage. Jimmy reads headlines from lighter news stories to the tune of " Roses are red, violets are blue. In a parody of Goodnight MoonJimmy gets interrupted by a baby's cry during the monologue. He would claim it's the news and that it's been so worked up lately that it must still be awake.
He would then ask the audience if he can take a moment so he can put the news to bed. Jimmy would then sit next to a rolled newspaper with eyes, and read from the book. Jokes would be based on current news and rhyme e.
Jimmy shows a poll which would turn into an argument between a husband named Carl and his nagging wife Jodie. A tradition on the show done the week before the Kentucky Derbysimilar to the popular "12 Days of Christmas Sweaters". Jimmy brings out a large board in the style of a cabinet with 4 numbered "hidden compartments" in the manner of an Advent calendar.
The number of the door opened corresponds to the number of days left before the Derby. Behind each door is a stereotypical fancy hat like the ones spectators wear to the event.
Jimmy picks a number and whomever in the audience has that number wins that day's hat along with a mint julep offered by Jimmy. Jimmy covers multiple news stories at once, quickly transitioning back and forth between them.
Jimmy, donning long hair and a tunic, reads inspirational quotes from Instagram and adds funny quotes to them. Tariq tells Jimmy about things that annoy him, like getting old and wearing shoes at home. Jimmy dons a cowboy hat and flannel shirt, chews on a piece of straw, and talks in an old west-style accent, criticizes and tells things he dislikes to "go on, git!
Close to the United States presidential electionJimmy shows a usually funny clip of President Trump that sums up why he deserves a second term. When Jimmy tells a joke in the monologue that he thinks is particularly cheesy, he will apologize then give away its cue cards to members of the audience. Jimmy often refers to fictional men as Gary, who are usually unintelligent or acting obnoxious and people are letting him know this. He also refers to fictional misbehaving boys as Garrison who hates that name and wishes his parents would call him Gary.
Jimmy and the gang take turns miming the saxophone solo of " Old Time Rock and Roll " while a recording of it is played. After it ends, Higgins says, "Donuts! Following a story in his April 23, monologue about a depressed panda in Chinanamed Seesha, Fallon mentioned that scientists had put a TV in the cage to cheer up the panda.
Fallon then told a couple panda jokes for Seesha, and after each joke, a man in a panda suit would cut in front of the screen and do a short dance.
Eventually, he worked his way into the hallway where he kept dancing as the Roots continued to play his song. The panda returned the next night, and Fallon sent out a hashtag called FallonPanda to gather name suggestions.
The next night, it was announced the panda's name was "Hashtag. It was later revealed that Ben Stiller was the man in the Hashtag costume, although when Stiller returned as a guest, Chris Rock had taken over mascot duties. On May 17,as part of a promotion for her upcoming single, for The Voice coach Miley Cyrus took a turn inside the suit.
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