As you've probably heard, Tim Tebow was traded to the New York Jets Wednesday. It's a move that nobody really saw coming, least of whom Jimmy Fallon, who Tuesday night brought back his "Tebowie" character to sing about its inspiration's plight now that the Denver Broncos had replaced him at QB with Peyton Manning.
It's been six long years since Lindsay Lohan hosted 'Saturday Night Live,' and it seems as though she's trying to reclaim some of her former glory from before the days of court-ordered community service. That's probably why for her fourth time as the host this weekend the 'SNL' cast put some precautionary measures in place to make sure she didn't - how should we say? - fall off the wagon.
During her appearance on 'Late Night,' Lohan further proved that she will do whatever it takes to get back in our good graces by playing Pictionary with Fallon and two audience members. So how did she do?
Paul Rudd and Jimmy Fallon didn't cause much of a buzz at the Oscars this year, but they probably could have if any of these fake movies became a reality. In a recent sketch on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,' Paul and Jimmy reminisce on making their (fake) films together while looking back at some hilarious movie posters.
Yesterday we brought you the inevitable Jeremy Lin/'Teen Wolf' mash-up 'Lin In The End.' But really what everybody has been waiting for on the Jeremy Lin song parody front is for someone to step up and remake the Pearl Jam classic 'Jeremy' into an ode to the New York Knicks sensation.
Anjelica Huston's Eileen Rand character on the NBC musical drama 'Smash'is often described with a word that rhymes with witch. Huston was on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' Monday night, where she happily conceded that Rand was in fact unpleasant and difficult to deal with.
Not so long ago, grandmothers were confined to knitting sweaters in their rocking chair. But these days, the silver-haired set is just as active as anyone else. (Or at least that's what we gather from all those TV commercials for heart medication.)
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