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Sep 3,2010

For those of you who are Stern Show devotees, this is the video clip Howard mentioned on the show Wednesday.

Jim Brewer is interviewing Jimmy Fallon for Sirius radio. This looks to be about a year and a half ago when Fallon’s show started on NBC.

For some reason, they slip into dueling Ozzie Osbourne impressions. Hard to say which is better…

Video after the jump…


Aug 30,2010

The very funny opening sketch from last night’s Emmy Awards finds Jimmy Fallon arriving at the Emmys telecast to find the cast of Glee waiting outside. Unfortunately, they don’t have enough money to attend the awards.

Can Jimmy think up a way to get them enough money to go? Oh yes he can, with a little help from Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, Betty White, Tim Gunn, Jane Lynch, Hurley from Lost, and many more.

Video after the jump…


Aug 26,2010

In case you didn’t know, the Emmys are this Sunday, and Jimmy Fallon is the host.

To promote said award show, Fallon went on America’s Got Talent. And he performed… not his own standup… but impressions of every standup under the sun.

In order, Fallon channeled: Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Robin Williams, Norm MacDonald, Gilbert Gottfried, Pee-wee Herman, Jeff Foxworthy, Eddie Murphy, Larry the Cable Guy, Steven Wright and Adam Sandler.

This is truly a tour de force performance, not just because the impressions are quality in terms of voice and mannerisms, but because Fallon did jokes in the style of each comedian that were spot on (for example, his Stephen Wright joke).

Please watch the video below. Jimmy’s got talent…


Aug 12,2010

Jimmy Fallon is hosting the Emmys on August 29th.

To promote the show, he stepped into the Mad Men universe for a bit. Easier said than done.

Chain smoking is no joke.

Video after the jump.


Aug 9,2010

Image Credit: NYTimes

After last week’s Will Ferrell-athon, this week is comparatively slow in the world of comedians on talk shows. Letterman is even in reruns all week, and both the Daily Show and Colbert Report are reruns Monday night.

But there are still a few interesting things for you to TIVO.

The highlights, by day, after the jump…


Aug 5,2010

This is the funniest thing I’ve seen all week.

Remember how Jimmy Fallon would crack up in every SNL sketch he was in? Well, this time he doesn’t even make it TO the sketch before breaking up.

Will Farrell + Fake Arms + Deli Meat = Comedy!


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