You knew that as soon as “The Daily Show” hit the air this week that they were going to address Rush Limbaugh calling Sandra Fluke a “slut.” And they did with full guns blazing; Jon Stewart even expressed that “he’s a terrible person” at some point during the show-opening bit about the incident.
Lindsay Lohan visited “Late Night” in the usual Thursday “SNL” host spot, and Jimmy Fallon kept things light and airy, limiting the conversation to how she got the hosting gig — she reached out to Lorne Michaels — and recounting the fun they had together doing the first-ever Debbie Downer sketch many years ago.
Jon Stewart will be the first to tell you that he’s not a particularly tall man. He uses his lack of stature as the butt of many jokes. But the difference was stark when Stephen Merchant came out to talk to Jon about “Life’s Too Short.”
We love it when Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams “Slow Jam the News” on “Late Night,” but most of the time, BriWi plays things straight while Fallon and the Roots jam around his dead-serious readings of the stories of the day.
During the Jeremy Lin craze, we were surprised that no one thought of making Pearl Jam’s classic “Jeremy” into a tribute to the Harvard grad. Turns out, though, that we were just waiting for Jimmy Fallon to write it.
It was only a fleeting appearance, but unlike when Conan O’Brien showed up on “HIMYM,” you didn’t need to freeze-frame to see Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino on last night’s funny episode of “Suburgatory”.
All Jack Blankenship, a freshman at the University of Alabama, had to do was blow up his face making a bug-eyed frown and bring a picture of that to his school’s basketball games. Now he’s hanging out with the Roots on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
Last night on the “Late Show”, Dave Letterman combined his love of the silly with the hype surrounding new Knicks star Jeremy Lin to put make a pretty funny comment on the phenomenon of Linsanity.
It was a busy Sunday, but the show that always gets our attention when it comes back is “The Celebrity Apprentice.” It’s just too crazy for words, with B-list and worse celebs showing that they’re either tough enough to get to the end or they’re “tough in another way.” In other words, they get eaten […]
As is tradition on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” that week’s “SNL” host appeared as a Thursday guest. This week, it happens to be old friend Maya Rudolph, who’s about as hot as anyone in the biz can get these days.