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Tag Archives: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
I just watched Friday night’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (gotta hear the thank-you notes) Saturday, and I already see the makings of a Derby 2014 celebs list. The lead-off guest was James Spader (bottom, photos by Lloyd Bishop for … Continue reading
If you have not already seen this, you must watch Jimmy Fallon’s Derby rap. I particularly love what he did with Uncle Mo.
Fans of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon who aren’t familiar with the career of house band The Roots prior to the show may be a little surprised by the group they hear on the band’s new album How I Got … Continue reading
The most overlooked victim in NBC’s late-night imbroglio earlier this year was Carson Daly. While people stewed over what would become of Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien, Daly, the host of the 1:35 a.m. Last Call With Carson Daly, was … Continue reading
Forgive us for self-indulgent acts like sleeping, but while we were looking at the insides of our eyelids Monday night, Ms. Ashley Judd was on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” talking about — what else — the Wildcats. In the … Continue reading
If you are inclined to stay up until 1:30 in the morning, you may have seen this little preview of Hank Williams Jr.’s Fourth of July appearance here next week, plus a surprisingly credible rendition of Bocephus’ Family Tradition by … Continue reading