Posts Tagged ‘ late night with jimmy fallon ’

Jimmy Fallon on Good Day LA

Looks like there will be more interview videos that appear this week. Jimmy has been doing his round to promote Rolling Stones Week. For this clip, he’s on Good Day LA.

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This Week’s Screenshots (so far)

What a great week of shows! I know, there are still 2 more shows, but just had to go ahead and screencap the last 3.


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LATE: Episode 5

Each episode of LATE keeps getting better and better. The camera work and music are identical to LOST and the lighting is impeccable. Higgins and Quest were hilarious, but I also love A.D. Miles’ evil character. He seriously plays a creepy guy all too well. :p


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Caption THIS Thursday!

You guys seem to be enjoying this feature so here’s another Caption THIS, Thursday!

I’m going with .. Nancy’s gonna kill me for that one. Now, let’s hear ’em! Surely you can do better than that:)

It’s only Tuesday…

…and I’m already missing him like crazy! Yes, I’m thankful he’s getting a break though. Lord knows he and his staff work an insane amount of hours, but it’s a lonely week without his show. (And reruns don’t count.) At least he’s been tweeting! Although, it would be nice to know what he’s up to. 😉

Jimmy eye candy anyone? LNwJF Edition:

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The Green Tour

Jimmy gives a green tour of the Late Night set.

LNwJF Gets Greener

Source: NYDailynews.com

Jimmy Fallon joked Tuesday that “Late Night” was celebrating Earth Day this year by recycling old episodes.

“We’ll be off the air next week, which is really green,” Fallon told reporters, gathered for a “green” tour of NBC’s headquarters at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Next week, NBC Universal will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day with its annual Earth Week slate of programming and events (the company also celebrates Green Week in November). NBC’s “Green Is Universal” initiative began back in 2007, and the company has been committed to going green and reducing its carbon footprint ever since. Continue reading