Another excellent lip flip on the Tonight Show.
HECK YEAH, THROWING BALLS!
Only his wife could get away with an impression this degrading.
His 40th birthday. *head explodes*
This is what dreams are made of!
Why did this take so long to happen???
“I like big butts and I can not lie. You other brothers can’t deny. That when a girl walks in with an itty bitty waist and a round thing in your face you get SPRUNG.”
Plus the secret that helped one celeb trainer lose 30 pounds without going to extremes, 21 pics of people being weirdos on public transportation, and 10 tips to avoid major moving mistakes.
Lions, and tigers, and (manly) bears, oh my! The 30 Rock halls look as lively as ever.
Fallon ran into Lake Michigan as part of Chicago’s annual Polar Plunge and he looks COLD AS ICE.
Gaga, FLOTUS, and The Ragtime Gals in a mere five days? What a week!
Let’s hope his parents are in the audience nightly.
In denim overalls. With one strap down, of course.
Well deserved. Get excited for even more Thank You Notes to come on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
“So long, farewell, you really raised the bar. If you were me, you’d buy them all a car.”
The former president visited “The Tonight Show” and brought along some of his excellent artworks. “There’s a Rembrandt trapped in this body,” Bush said.
The Texas senator who led the charge to shut down the federal government for more than two weeks made his late night debut Friday on “The Tonight Show.”
“[E]very judgment should be made on the track, or in the swimming pool, or on the balance beam, and people’s sexual orientation shouldn’t have anything to do with it,” Obama says on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The latest installment of “Hey, Wasn’t Aaron Paul In That Thing?” comes courtesy of The Tonight Show. (Jay Leno, we could have told you that Aaron Paul was on 90210. Have you seen his pops? Or his Price Is Right clip, for that matter?)
The Dirty Wars director, who spent the past week promoting his new film on cable news, called MSNBC “one long episode of the E! True Hollywood Story of Barack Obama.”
But there’s a lot of them. A breakdown of who’s watching who on late-night TV.
“We think Seth is one of the brightest, most insightful comedy writers and performers of his generation,” said NBC Entertainment’s chairman.