Bob Saget was a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon yesterday, and one of the writers for the show, Arthur Meyer, went on to read Saget a fan letter he wrote him in 1992 when he was eight years old. He was not very good at writing fan letters.
Here's Jimmy Fallon's Weekend Update predecessor Colin Quinn on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, jokingly claiming that he came up with the title Grown Ups for Adam Sandler. "I came up with the name," he says. "I swear to God, I'm not [...]
Jeffrey Tambor was a guest on yesterday's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, so they had him guest announce the show and do the Hank Kingsley applause/applesauce intro from The Larry Sanders Show over a black-and-white credits sequence that paid [...]
Lorne Michaels is looking to expand his TV empire even further. Deadline reports that HBO has ordered a pilot for a half-hour comedy executive produced by Michaels that will be written by and star Late Night with Jimmy Fallon [...]
Here's Chris O'Dowd in Improvised Biography, a web series from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in which famous people, um, improvise their biographies. As you'd expect, O'Dowd's life story involves the horrific accident his grandmother had while [...]
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon went all out for "Game of Desks," the show's 10-minute Game of Thrones parody that aired Friday night. Come for a couple cool cameos, stay to see The Roots play the Late Night's Watch.
Here's a clip of Dana Carvey on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, in which he debuts the Jimmy Fallon impression he's been working on lately at the very end. If that isn't enough for you impression fanatics, Carvey and Fallon also do [...]
Arrested Development star Portia de Rossi went on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night and brought a new clip from Arrested Development's upcoming Netflix season with her, which features her, David Cross, and guest star Ed Helms, who was [...]
Here's this weekend's SNL host Melissa McCarthy on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, talking about how chaotic and rushed it feels changing costumes between sketches during the live show. If this doesn't give you a newfound appreciation [...]
Late night shows have always been more than just variety programs. There were cultural touchstones, broad shared places for topical comedy and entertainment, and they served as key launching pads for several generations of comedians. A few [...]
Here's the latest installment in Late Night with Jimmy Fallon's web series "Worst I Ever Bombed," in which comedians retell their shittiest onstage experiences. Previous installments have featured Mike Birbiglia and SNL's Cecily Strong, but the [...]
Everybody fancies themselves as some sort of wizard that can conjure up laughter by a few strokes of a keyboard, but only a few tweeters are truly worthy enough to have all of their witticisms transmitted to you, the ever busy comedy fan trying [...]
Here's the second episode of "Worst I Ever Bombed," a new web series from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in which a different comedian shares their most awful comedy performance story each episode. SNL's Cecily Strong did the first installment, [...]
The NY Post reported last week that NBC was grooming Howard Stern to replace Jimmy Fallon on Late Night should Fallon replace Leno on The Tonight Show, but Stern debunked the Post's story this week on his satellite radio show. "First of all, [...]
Fresh off of hosting SNL, Justin Timberlake is spending an entire week as a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to continue to promote his new album, and he did his first one while on a lot of cough medicine: