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Brian Williams Notices Jimmy Fallon Has 'A Little Political 'Tude Coming Out' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 23rd 2011 2:58AM
Brian Williams, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'Jimmy Fallon has a lot on his mind these days, and he decided to unload a bit of it on guest Brian Williams on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:35AM ET on NBC). After all, the 'NBC Nightly News' anchor is well-versed in politics and the happenings of the world. It is kind of his job.

So Jimmy decided to talk about the political climate right now. "It feels like President Obama is playing soccer in Rio with kids and Hillary Clinton seems to be weirdly stepping up, almost like she's being very presidential," he said.

He couldn't understand why Obama was in South America with everything that's been going on the past week or so.

As Williams explained, cancelling the trip would have been very expensive. But Fallon wouldn't be stopped. What about a refund? Why was Obama making his NCAA tournament brackets on ESPN? "Who's advising this man?" he asked.

Williams was impressed to see this more intellectual side of Fallon. "I think we've seen a little political 'tude coming out tonight," he marveled. "I think this is interesting. I've never heard you go into this area before."

Watch the full episode here:

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Jennifer Hudson is extremely talented and we have not had to have her dailey routine in our faces. We can love her talent and not be given scenes of childbirth, feeding and "father" in our faces. There are lots of real talent out there. Brown should be gone, Sheen should be commited and just change the writers more often if need be to get new talent on these shows. Tired of reality t.v. on every station. And reruns before I can even get tired of the first season. I see too much abuse and of course there is a huge audience always for porn and beatings and bad guys, however, why should they be what we have to see all the time? I know, there's everything on t.v., however, on limited income one cannot always pay for 300 stations, the time to sift through them, and just in time to have them raise the charges again.
I love many kinds of shows, I personally prefer they be clean and with stars who at least seem to be somewhat normal, somewhat admirable people.

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