James Franco and Jimmy Fallon Are Equally Bad at "5-Second Summaries"
by Megh Wright On last night's Tonight Show, Fallon and guest James Franco played a game of "5-Second Summaries" that was a train wreck pretty much from the beginning, from the foggy set of rules they kept breaking to Franco's suspicion that Fallon rigged the game to win. Click through for the three... [Read More]
 
What’s on TV This Week: Loads of Comedians on Late Night
by Stephanie Simon This week Chris Pratt takes to the late night circuit to promote Guardians of the Galaxy, which opens on Friday — he'll be appearing on both The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Seth Meyers. Comedians Josh Wolf and Ron Funches, who frequent the Round Table ... [Read More]
 
Watch Dan Aykroyd's Delightfully Bluesy 'Tonight Show' Entrance with Bobby Rush
by Megh Wright From Friday night, here's SNL alum and blues pro Dan Aykroyd making a grand entrance for his Tonight Show interview, complete with his own rendition of James Brown's "I'll Go Crazy" with the accompaniment of The Roots and Chicago blues legend Bobby Rush. Click through for some clips f... [Read More]
 
Nick Thune on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Nick Thune: Is he a hipster or a businessman from the 19th century? Maybe he's just high. Can't say the same about his dog, or can he? In two videos, because that's how The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is playing the YouTube game these days, here's Nick Thune's five-minute set from Friday nigh... [Read More]
 
Gabriel Iglesias on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Gabriel Iglesias knew to be gracious toward his new host of The Tonight Show, as he opened his stand-up set Friday night with more than a few minutes about how funny and sexy Jimmy Fallon is. I don't think that's why the show gave him not one but two videos. Nor do I think splitting up the videos is... [Read More]
 
Dana Carvey performed an orchestral version of “Choppin’ Broccoli” on “The Tonight Show”
On last night’s episode of The Tonight Show, the guest Dana Carvey performed his classic song “The Lady I Know” which, to most people is known as the Choppin’ Broccoli song. Carvey first debuted the song during his days of SNL and he they decided to give last night’s re... [Read More]
 
Dana Carvey's "Choppin' Broccoli" Gets the Epic Orchestra Treatment on 'Tonight Show'
by Megh Wright On last night's Tonight Show, guest Dana Carvey performed "Choppin' Broccoli" from his classic '80s SNL sketch accompanied by a fancy orchestra. Click through for clips from his interview with Fallon in which the two play a game of "Wheel of Impressions," as well as the original "Broc... [Read More]
 
Dana Carvey promotes new Beyond The Comics animated bits on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Dana Carvey did many things to entertain you Thursday night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Carson -- from playing a "Wheel of Impressions" with Fallon (in which they both dusted off impersonations of Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger), to performing his "Choppin' Broccoli" song that won him a ... [Read More]
 
Kurt Metzger Wants You to Buy His Album So He Can Stop Working All The Time
Kurt Metzger is a lot of things – a curmudgeon, a Facebook provocateur, a bit of a lunatic and a brilliant stand-up. He’s co-host of the RaceWars podcast, a refreshingly honest (and funny) take on current events and hot button issues; he’s written for Inside Amy Schumer on Comedy C... [Read More]
 
Jimmy Fallon Is the Least Talky Late Night Host, According to Study
by Megh Wright Jimmy Fallon has put much emphasis on sketch comedy and viral videos since taking over The Tonight Show earlier this year, so it comes as no surprise that he's been confirmed as the late night host currently on the air who spends the least time talking with guests. According to a stud... [Read More]