Jimmy Fallon's hardcore viewership has some (let's put it delicately) extremely weird demands for what they want to see on his 'Tonight Show,' including one request replicate the Big Mouth Billy Bass that served as everyone's go-to white elephant gift a few years ago. There's no way that fan thought asking Fallon to include such a gag on his show would end with Lance Bass (of *NSYNC fame) replicating it in the most horrifying and true-to-life way possible. Yes, he's hanging above a fireplace.
Here's something you're not going to see in the 'Game of Thrones' books nor in episodes of the HBO series based on author George R.R. Martin's beloved series: computer technology. Here's something you're not going to see in George R.R. Martin's office: computer technology.
Do you like word association? No, wait, don't answer that, because there's simply no way you like word association as much as unexpected 'Tonight Show' star "Mets Bucket Hat Guy," who hit Jimmy Fallon's show last night for an association challenge that may actually leave your head spinning. It's both totally exhausting and weirdly exhilarating.
Over the years, 'SNL' nixed its fair share of sketches from their late-night installments -- for one, take a look at this bizarre sketch from Andrew Garfield's latest hosting run -- but now they're getting a second chance to see the light of day. Seth Meyers, who served as 'SNL' head writer for nearly 10 years, is determined to resurrect some never-aired favorites for his new audience on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers.'
'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon has been farming out plenty of his gags lately, asking his audience to send in various funny bits as they fit certain themes. Last night, he shared a batch of loyal fan-submitted screengrabs from both the internet and television -- a selection of some strange pictures, mismatched text, and a Captcha so bizarre that its hidden message popped up (tee hee) throughout the rest of the segment.
Funny lady Amy Schumer has never had a problem speaking her mind in just about every situation imaginable -- from social interactions to her own work -- so it's not particularly surprising that she brought that same level of honesty to a rousing game of "Truth or Truth" on 'The Tonight Show' last night.
A "selfie" is a picture with just one person -- yourself, duh -- but a twofie is a selfie taken with, get ready for this, two people. We know, this is a photographic concept that is both brilliant and totally life-changing, so of course late-night host Jimmy Kimmel is the one to bravely pioneer the world of twofies on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' Even better, Kimmel roped in guest Pharrell (sans hat) to both try it out and use it as a means of competition in a "Twofie Shootout." It's going to get snappy.
Although it's understandable to assume that hardcore football fans aren't the greatest dancers in the world -- they value other athletic skills, after all -- it seems that hypothesis might not be exactly correct. Well, unless 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon explicitly instructed his 'Questions and Danswers' minion Arthur to only find awesome dancers for the latest entry of the segment, aimed at targeting NFL fans and chatting them up about what their teams need to grab in the draft. You know, while dancing.
James Franco is, to put it diplomatically, a bit of an odd duck. Sure, he's a very talented guy -- and one who has never balked at using his talents across a wide range of professions -- but he's also kind of a weirdo in plenty of situations, especially as they apply to social media. And David Letterman is not having it.
Not sold on the rumored 'Star Wars: Episode 7' title, 'The Ancient Fear'? It's okay, you're not the only one; even director J.J. Abrams doesn't seem too excited to slap such a moniker on his first 'Star Wars' film (though, this is the guy who made a film called 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' so it certainly could be worse).
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