Lip Flip with Jiimmy Fallon & Tina Fey
: After Tina expresses interest in interviewing herself, she and Jimmy swap mouths for an in-depth chat that ends with a duet of Endless Love. [SLYT]
The God of ‘SNL’ Will See You Now. "How do you please Lorne Michaels? Twenty-two ‘Saturday Night Live’ cast members – and one who came close – share tales of the audition that can make or break a career."
Also, extended interviews with Kristin Wiig
, Will Ferrel
, Chevy Chase
, Dana Carvey
, Jimmy Fallon
and Molly Shannon
, on what it took to get hired for 'SNL.' Check out audition tapes from: Phil Hartman
, Andy Kaufman
, John Belushi
, Jimmy Fallon
, Dana Carvey: 1
, and Dan Aykroyd
. [more inside]
Evolution of Mom Dancing [SLYT]
In honor of the First Lady's "Let's Move" campaign, and to encourage parents everywhere to get up and get moving with their kids, Jimmy Fallon and Michelle Obama present the "Evolution of Mom Dancing."
Jimmy Fallon, Mariah Carey, The Roots, and some guests peform All I Want for Christmas is You
with classroom instruments (their Call Me Maybe previously
History Of [US] TV Theme Songs
(slyt / Jimmy Fallon & "Guys With Kids" Cast)
Together again at last: "Neil Young" and Bruuuuuuuuce are "Sexy and I Know It"
Late Night Political Zingers.
The best of Leno, Letterman, Fallon, Maher et al for those of us who don't have the time to watch. e.g. "New Rule: Stop asking Miss USA contestants if they believe in evolution. It's not their field. It's like asking Stephen Hawking if he believes in hair scrunchies. Here's what they know about: spray tans, fake boobs and baton twirling. Here's what they don't know about: everything else. If I cared about the uninformed opinions of some ditsy beauty queen, I'd join the Tea Party." –Bill Maher [more inside]
"THE MOST HILLLLLARIOUS of them all (and yeah ill mention the rate cause that is ridiculous) has to be chuck berry who i believe has the highest rate charge for "johnny b good"
in which i think in between chokes and laughter i was told he wanted $1.75 million." ?uestlove explains the economics of walk-on music, public performance fees and the music industry as a whole. [more inside]