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Snooki: The Situation Took Friendship the Wrong Way, Got Creepy (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Aug 11th 2011 4:15AM
Snooki on Late NightYou've got to give Jimmy Fallon props; he can do a fairly good impersonation of someone who cares about what Snooki has to say -- someone hand that man an Emmy!

The pint-sized 'Jersey Shore' star stopped by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights, 12:35AM ET on NBC) to talk (sort of) to chat about her recent WWE wrestling appearance and rumors of a hook up with her co-star, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.

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Katie Holmes Demonstrates How to Dance in Your Car on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Aug 10th 2011 4:45AM
Katie Holmes on Jimmy FallonWho knew that Katie Holmes was such a dancing queen? While paying a visit to 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights, 12.35AM ET on NBC), the woman also known as Mrs. Cruise revealed that not only will she be guest-judging the 'So You Think You Can Dance' finale on Wednesday night, she's also quite the mover herself.

"I do dance in my car," the actress admitted. "I've gotten caught before, but that doesn't stop me. I think, you know what, I like to do it, and when I see other people doing it, I'm like, 'that's right, enjoy it!'"

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Jimmy Fallon Thanks the Internet For 'Late Night's' Three Emmy Nominations (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 9th 2011 3:45PM
Jimmy Fallon talks about 'Late Night's' three Emmy nominations on 'Access Hollywood Live'Jimmy Fallon said on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated on NBC) that he and his 'Late Night' staff didn't expect their three Emmy nominations, but were thrilled with them nonetheless. The show got nods for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series, Writing For A Variety, Music or Comedy Series, and Creative Achievement in Interactive Media. Fallon said the office was a love-fest when he walked in the morning after the nominations.

"We're proud of our show," he said. "We didn't think about it, that we'd get nominated for anything, we were just happy. But then when it happened, we got, you know, three nominations, I walked in, people were hugging. People were crying. I didn't even make to my office before I hugged like 50 people."

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'The Early Show' Presents Late-Night Comedians Riffing On the Debt Ceiling Debate (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 28th 2011 2:30PM
Jay Leno on the debt ceiling on 'The Early Show'As the standoff over the debt ceiling continues in Washington, pundits and politicos are debating, and mocking, the subject endlessly across all forms of media. 'The Early Show' (weekdays, 7AM on CBS) offered up a montage of late night comedians cracking jokes about the seemingly endless debate. The clips included David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon talking fiscal politics in their opening monologues.

Letterman and Fallon poked fun at the different plans floating around for debt reduction. "Ladies and gentlemen," said Letterman, "when you hear your name called, do me a favor, come up here onstage and tell us about your debt reduction plan."

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The Turkish Baths Didn't Live Up to Ryan Gosling's Fantasy (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 21st 2011 9:00AM
Ryan Gosling and Jimmy FallonWhen you think of a Turkish bath house, you might have the same romanticized version of it in your head that Ryan Gosling did. But, as he told Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), the reality was a whole different creature.

Gosling didn't get beautiful women fanning him with palm leaves and feeding him grapes. "It's just like a big hairy Turkish guy who washes you with a bar of soap," he said.

It was bad enough, he thought, paying for this, but it got much worse when in a moment of pain at the rough treatment, Gosling opened his mouth and the guy's stomach went into his mouth.

"You know how when you eat something weird, your brain sends your tongue to investigate?" he asked ...

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Jon Stewart Threatened Jimmy Fallon When Fallon First Got 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jun 1st 2011 5:18AM
Jimmy Fallon, 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart'By now, Jimmy Fallon has established 'Late Night' as a cool place for fun and good times, but he wasn't always so confident and sure of himself. But, as was revealed on 'The Daily Show' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on Comedy Central), Jon Stewart may not be the best person to talk to when you're feeling that way.

Fallon said that on the first day of 'Late Night,' Stewart was the only one who called him about it. But it wasn't to congratulate him, or to wish him luck. Stewart said, "Don't think you can come after me, kid."

And, according to Stewart now, he even added, "I will destroy you."

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EXCLUSIVE: See Jimmy Fallon as Universal Studios New Tour Host (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted May 31st 2011 11:55PM
Jimmy FallonHosting 'Late Night' in New York City keeps Jimmy Fallon pretty busy, but not too busy for his new gig: hosting hourly tours at Universal Studios in Hollywood.

Wait, what?

Yes, through the magic of technology -- really just a nice camera and some HD TV screens on the trams -- Fallon is now the new video host of the world-famous tour.

"We really had fun with filming my role. We brought some writers out from our show and added some jokes, more play with the Studio Tour guides, the tram drivers and we added a song or two," Fallon said.

"The tour itself is a classic, a really great experience. For anyone with any interest in show business, it's all there: the glamor, the glitz, all the hard work that goes into making a movie or a TV show can be experienced on the Universal Studios Hollywood Studio Tour. I'm very happy to be a part of it."

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Jimmy Fallon Goes to the Movies With His Mom (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted May 23rd 2011 3:50PM
Jimmy Fallon on 'Today'Jimmy Fallon may have his own late-night talk show, he may be a celebrity, but he still goes to the movies with his mother. He revealed that on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC) speaking with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb. Fallon loves his mother, but said she has annoying habit of sneaking her own food into movie theaters, from candy to drinks.

Fallon said he has tried to explain to his mother that they sell candy at the theaters in bags so the other moviegoers don't have to listen to people opening up individual pieces. "At one point I remember, I heard the thing go psssss, and I go, 'Did you smuggle in a 2-liter bottle of soda into the movies? What is going on?"

Gifford asked Fallon why he's still going to the movies with his mom. He doesn't sit with her, he explained, just texts her during the good parts. Also, mom pays for the tickets.

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Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga Shine in the 'Saturday Night Live' Season Finale

by Joel Keller, posted May 22nd 2011 12:00PM
Last night, 'Saturday Night Live' aired its 36th season finale, and the writers and producers saved one of the best episodes of the season for last.

Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga on the season 36 finale of 'Saturday Night Live'
The presence of perennial favorite host Justin Timberlake gave the writers license to bring back characters that are very familiar to regular 'SNL' watchers. It's the ultimate sign that Timberlake is quickly becoming this generation's version of 'SNL' hosting stalwarts Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin.

But added to the mix was the presence of Lady Gaga, who not only performed two songs, but did a fine job in a number of sketches, as well. Do we have a new recurring host in the making?

After the jump, we'll give you a selection of videos from last night's finale. In the comments, give us your thoughts on how JT and Gaga did on the show.

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Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon Are the Real Ambiguously Gay Duo on 'SNL' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 15th 2011 11:55PM
Jimmy Fallon & Jon Hamm, 'Saturday Night Live'Robert Smigel's signature creation returned to 'Saturday Night Live' (Sat., 11:30PM ET on NBC) with another installment of 'The Ambiguously Gay Duo.' But this time, he took the superhero buddy parody to the next level with a "flesh ray" that turned the entire cast into live-action.

The story was as you'd expect, but made even funnier when you replace the animated Ace and Gary with Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon respectively. The costumes, stretching and innuendo were even funnier.

The pair were joined by Steve Carell as Bighead, Stephen Colbert as Dr. Braino, Fred Armisen as Lizardo and Ed Helms as a Two-Face inspired villain. We loved the fight scene between the Duo and the henchmen, but not nearly as much as their "good stretch" with the super-villains looking on.

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Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon Team Up for Live-Action 'Ambiguously Gay Duo' on 'SNL'

by Jean Bentley, posted May 15th 2011 11:30AM
Ambiguously Gay Duo, Jimmy Fallon, Jon HammIt's been almost four years since we last saw crime-fighting duo Ace and Gary stop a bad guy with a slew of unintentional sexual innuendos on 'Saturday Night Live.' But last night, during the Ed Helms-hosted penultimate episode of season 36, the Ambiguously Gay Duo returned in a very special installment of Robert Smigel's Saturday TV Funhouse.

The cartoon started out normally, but halfway through turned from animation to live-action, with former 'SNL'-er Jimmy Fallon and frequent 'SNL' host Jon Hamm playing the flesh-and-blood superheroes. Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell, who originally voiced the caped heroes, played the live versions of Brain-io and Big Head, with Ed Helms and Fred Armisen as two of their evil counterparts.

Watch the skit after the jump, and tell us: What did you think of the live-action Ace and Gary? What about the rest of last night's 'SNL'?

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The 5 Best TVR Clips of the Week (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted May 7th 2011 12:00PM

It was a wild week at TV Replay, filled with parodies, bad poetry and multiples varieties of hilarity. Here are five our favorite clips; check them out and let us know which you enjoyed the most by voting in the poll below.

Donald Trump didn't have a very good week. After hounding President Obama for his birth certificate on every TV show that would have him, Obama released the official document, skewered Trump at the White House Press dinner, and then took out Osama bin Laden. Jimmy Fallon's Trump impression put a nice bow-tie on the cosmic absurdity of it all.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck dealt with the news of bin Laden's death in her own special way: by writing a 4-line children's poem to explain the news to her young kids. As Nick Zaino wrote at the time, "Caldecott Medal judges, take note."

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Colbert Promises His Rendition of 'Friday' Will Be 'Performance of a Lifetime' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Mar 30th 2011 7:10AM
'The Colbert Report'If you've been following the saga of "BFFs for six months" Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon, you'd know that last week Colbert pledged $26,000 of Fallon's money to the charity DonorsChoose.org, but without asking Fallon first.

Fallon responded Monday to this by announcing that if he could raise that $26,000 from the public, then Colbert would be forced to appear on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' and sing Rebecca Black's viral sensation 'Friday' with The Roots.

"What the f**k?" Colbert said on Tuesday's 'The Colbert Report' (Weeknights, 11:30PM ET on Comedy Central), after playing the clip of Fallon saying that $26,000 buys the public a singing Colbert.

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Stephen Colbert Tried to Donate Jimmy Fallon's Money Without Asking Him (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 29th 2011 4:48AM
Stephen Colbert, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'Fans of 'The Colbert Report' know that Stephen Colbert recently raised $26,000 for Donors Choose at an art auction. They also know that he announced on his show that his "best friend for six months" Jimmy Fallon of 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC) would be matching that donation.

Unfortunately, fans of 'The Colbert Report' knew more than Jimmy Fallon did. Tonight, he shared that clip with his audience and they applauded it. "But here's the thing," Fallon said. "I never said that."

At this, Colbert himself came onto the set to set the record straight. "If you can't donate $26,000 of your best friend's money without asking him first, then what's the point of being best friends?" he asked.

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Martha Stewart and Jimmy Fallon Make a 'Late Night Snack' Ice Cream Cake (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Mar 28th 2011 5:10PM
Jimmy Fallon and Martha Stewart on 'The Martha Stewart Show'Jimmy Fallon has been pushing his new Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, Late Night Snack, fairly heavily on the tube recently. So, it was only natural for him to turn up on 'The Martha Stewart Show' (weekdays, 10AM ET on Hallmark) Monday, using his ice cream in a cake recipe.

Ice cream cake is a food close to Fallon's heart. He said his parents used to get him a Carvel ice cream cake every year for his birthday, and he showed a photo to prove it. The cake he and Stewart made used scoops of "Snack" with a layer of waffle cone topped off with potato chips.

Stewart chastised Fallon for taking a bite of one of the cone pieces and made him replace it. Fallon then chastised Stewart for using the term "spatch." "How much time are you saving by not saying 'tula'?" he asked.

Stewart responded with a big "whatever," and Fallon asked why she didn't say "whatevs." Final helpful tip: Take the cake out of the pan before cutting it. Or, even better, take the "ca" out of the "p."

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