History Creator / JimmyFallon

26th Dec '15 3:39:09 AM Silverblade2
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* AscendedFanboy / OneOfUs: He's an avid gamer, idolized John Belushi growing up, and skipped parties in college to watch ''[=SNL=]''. Even now, you can often tell how genuinely excited he is to be interviewing people like [[PaulMcCartney Paul [=McCartney=]]] on his own show. ** So much a gamer that he would have game developers as guests on ''Late Night'' to premiere debuting games or trailers.

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* AscendedFanboy / OneOfUs: PromotedFanboy: He's an avid gamer, idolized John Belushi growing up, and skipped parties in college to watch ''[=SNL=]''. Even now, you can often tell how genuinely excited he is to be interviewing people like [[PaulMcCartney Paul [=McCartney=]]] on his own show. ** So much a gamer that he would have game developers as guests on ''Late Night'' to premiere debuting games or trailers.
6th Dec '15 11:42:57 AM nombretomado
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On ''SNL'', his popular recurring characters were Patrick Fitzwilliam (one of the hosts of the Irish morning show, "Top O'The Morning." The other was a pre-Weekend Update SethMeyers), Pat "Sully" Sullivan (one of the Boston Teens), Jarrett (a stoner college student who hosts his own web show, ''Jarrett's Room''), Kip Bloater (a bar hopper), and Nick Burns (a sarcastic computer technician). His notable celebrity impressions (when he was a cast member on ''SNL'', on his talk show, and when he came back to host) include DennisMiller, ChrisRock (in so much black make-up that you wouldn't know it was him. [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1786 See here]]), AdamSandler, Creator/GilbertGottfried, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1808 Carson Daly]] [[TakeThat (who always introduced himself as being a massive tool)]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1671 John Lennon]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1658 Jerry Seinfeld]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1843 Ralph Nader]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1839 Sting]], RussellBrand, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3155 Justin Bieber]] (He didn't even ''SPEAK'' playing), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3409 Harry Styles from One Direction]] [[note]] Him and [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3452 Brooks Wheelan]] were the only people to play Harry, and neither of the spoke.[[/note]], AlanRickman, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3410 Michael Buble]], [[http://cf2.foodista.com/sites/default/files/styles/featured/public/field/image/Screen%20shot%202011-08-05%20at%203.44.06%20PM.jpg Pauly D from ''Jersey Shore'']], [[http://my.xfinity.com/blogs/tv/files/2012/03/jimmy-fallon-charlie-sheen-clone.jpg Charlie Sheen]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2083 Pat O'Brien]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1891 Jared Fogel]] (from the Subway ads), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2195 Jeff Zucker]] and [[http://i.ytimg.com/vi/duKL2dAJN6I/maxresdefault.jpg Bryan Cranston's character Walter White]].
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On ''SNL'', his popular recurring characters were Patrick Fitzwilliam (one of the hosts of the Irish morning show, "Top O'The Morning." The other was a pre-Weekend Update SethMeyers), Creator/SethMeyers), Pat "Sully" Sullivan (one of the Boston Teens), Jarrett (a stoner college student who hosts his own web show, ''Jarrett's Room''), Kip Bloater (a bar hopper), and Nick Burns (a sarcastic computer technician). His notable celebrity impressions (when he was a cast member on ''SNL'', on his talk show, and when he came back to host) include DennisMiller, ChrisRock (in so much black make-up that you wouldn't know it was him. [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1786 See here]]), AdamSandler, Creator/AdamSandler, Creator/GilbertGottfried, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1808 Carson Daly]] [[TakeThat (who always introduced himself as being a massive tool)]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1671 John Lennon]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1658 Jerry Seinfeld]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1843 Ralph Nader]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1839 Sting]], RussellBrand, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3155 Justin Bieber]] (He didn't even ''SPEAK'' playing), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3409 Harry Styles from One Direction]] [[note]] Him and [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3452 Brooks Wheelan]] were the only people to play Harry, and neither of the spoke.[[/note]], AlanRickman, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3410 Michael Buble]], [[http://cf2.foodista.com/sites/default/files/styles/featured/public/field/image/Screen%20shot%202011-08-05%20at%203.44.06%20PM.jpg Pauly D from ''Jersey Shore'']], [[http://my.xfinity.com/blogs/tv/files/2012/03/jimmy-fallon-charlie-sheen-clone.jpg Charlie Sheen]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2083 Pat O'Brien]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1891 Jared Fogel]] (from the Subway ads), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2195 Jeff Zucker]] and [[http://i.ytimg.com/vi/duKL2dAJN6I/maxresdefault.jpg Bryan Cranston's character Walter White]].
11th Sep '15 12:05:34 AM bombadil211
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* SpotlightStealingSquad: Fallon was polarizing among his ''SNL'' castmates due to his frequent corpsing, which in heavy doses makes a performer look like he or she is calling attention to themselves rather than the material. Tracy Morgan in particular was very vocal in his disdain for Fallon's habit, and Fallon himself realized the problem when he hosted ''SNL'' during the 37th season.
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* SpotlightStealingSquad: Fallon was polarizing among his ''SNL'' castmates due to his frequent corpsing, which in heavy doses makes a performer look like he or she is calling attention to themselves rather than the material. Tracy Morgan in particular was very vocal in his disdain for Fallon's habit, habit (and made clear he'd physically hurt Fallon if Fallon corpsed in Morgan's presence), and Fallon himself realized the problem when he hosted ''SNL'' during the 37th season.
8th Jul '15 7:52:19 AM Kirayoshi
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** Jimmy Fallon and the Roots Band closed out the 2015 Super Bowl with an ''a capella'' version of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHHqPTQDIlo "We Are the Champions"]], joined by several big-name pop singers.
3rd Jul '15 10:45:38 PM nombretomado
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After a string of film flops, ''[=SNL=]'' exec producer Lorne Michaels signed Fallon to a holding deal with Creator/{{NBC}} in 2007, and in 2009, he replaced Creator/ConanOBrien as the host of ''LateNight''. Despite lukewarm early reviews, Fallon and his staff succeeded in turning the show into one of the most buzzed-about shows in the late night pantheon, due in part to their upbeat, optimistic approach to comedy and their use of extravagant pre-taped features, such as parodies of ''Series/{{Glee}}'' ("6-Bee"), ''Series/{{Lost}}'' ("Late"), ''Real Housewives'' ("The Real Housewives of Late Night"), ''TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
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After a string of film flops, ''[=SNL=]'' exec producer Lorne Michaels signed Fallon to a holding deal with Creator/{{NBC}} in 2007, and in 2009, he replaced Creator/ConanOBrien as the host of ''LateNight''.''Series/LateNight''. Despite lukewarm early reviews, Fallon and his staff succeeded in turning the show into one of the most buzzed-about shows in the late night pantheon, due in part to their upbeat, optimistic approach to comedy and their use of extravagant pre-taped features, such as parodies of ''Series/{{Glee}}'' ("6-Bee"), ''Series/{{Lost}}'' ("Late"), ''Real Housewives'' ("The Real Housewives of Late Night"), ''TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").

** On ''Main/LateNight'' he sometimes had a guest vocalist sing one of their songs while his Roots Band accompanies on kindergarten classroom instruments. This has carried over into ''Main/TheTonightShow'' where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17QQcK4l6Yw Idina Menzel sang "Let It Go"]] from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.
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** On ''Main/LateNight'' ''Series/LateNight'' he sometimes had a guest vocalist sing one of their songs while his Roots Band accompanies on kindergarten classroom instruments. This has carried over into ''Main/TheTonightShow'' ''Series/TheTonightShow'' where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17QQcK4l6Yw Idina Menzel sang "Let It Go"]] from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.
11th Jun '15 11:30:21 AM MickJamesSupaFreak
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On ''SNL'', his popular recurring characters were Patrick Fitzwilliam (one of the hosts of the Irish morning show, "Top O'The Morning." The other was a pre-Weekend Update SethMeyers), Pat "Sully" Sullivan (one of the Boston Teens), Jarrett (a stoner college student who hosts his own web show, ''Jarrett's Room''), Kip Bloater (a bar hopper), and Nick Burns (a sarcastic computer technician). His notable celebrity impressions (when he was a cast member on ''SNL'', on his talk show, and when he came back to host) include DennisMiller, ChrisRock (in so much black make-up that you wouldn't know it was him. [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1786 See here]]), AdamSandler, Creator/GilbertGottfried, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1808 Carson Daly]] [[TakeThat (who always introduced himself as being a massive tool)]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1671 John Lennon]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1658 Jerry Seinfeld]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1843 Ralph Nader]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1839 Sting]], RussellBrand, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3155 Justin Bieber]] (He didn't even ''SPEAK'' playing), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3409 Harry Styles from One Direction]], AlanRickman, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3410 Michael Buble]], [[http://cf2.foodista.com/sites/default/files/styles/featured/public/field/image/Screen%20shot%202011-08-05%20at%203.44.06%20PM.jpg Pauly D from ''Jersey Shore'']], [[http://my.xfinity.com/blogs/tv/files/2012/03/jimmy-fallon-charlie-sheen-clone.jpg Charlie Sheen]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2083 Pat O'Brien]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1891 Jared Fogel]] (from the Subway ads), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2195 Jeff Zucker]] and [[http://i.ytimg.com/vi/duKL2dAJN6I/maxresdefault.jpg Bryan Cranston's character Walter White]].
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On ''SNL'', his popular recurring characters were Patrick Fitzwilliam (one of the hosts of the Irish morning show, "Top O'The Morning." The other was a pre-Weekend Update SethMeyers), Pat "Sully" Sullivan (one of the Boston Teens), Jarrett (a stoner college student who hosts his own web show, ''Jarrett's Room''), Kip Bloater (a bar hopper), and Nick Burns (a sarcastic computer technician). His notable celebrity impressions (when he was a cast member on ''SNL'', on his talk show, and when he came back to host) include DennisMiller, ChrisRock (in so much black make-up that you wouldn't know it was him. [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1786 See here]]), AdamSandler, Creator/GilbertGottfried, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1808 Carson Daly]] [[TakeThat (who always introduced himself as being a massive tool)]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1671 John Lennon]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1658 Jerry Seinfeld]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1843 Ralph Nader]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1839 Sting]], RussellBrand, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3155 Justin Bieber]] (He didn't even ''SPEAK'' playing), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3409 Harry Styles from One Direction]], Direction]] [[note]] Him and [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3452 Brooks Wheelan]] were the only people to play Harry, and neither of the spoke.[[/note]], AlanRickman, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3410 Michael Buble]], [[http://cf2.foodista.com/sites/default/files/styles/featured/public/field/image/Screen%20shot%202011-08-05%20at%203.44.06%20PM.jpg Pauly D from ''Jersey Shore'']], [[http://my.xfinity.com/blogs/tv/files/2012/03/jimmy-fallon-charlie-sheen-clone.jpg Charlie Sheen]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2083 Pat O'Brien]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1891 Jared Fogel]] (from the Subway ads), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2195 Jeff Zucker]] and [[http://i.ytimg.com/vi/duKL2dAJN6I/maxresdefault.jpg Bryan Cranston's character Walter White]].
11th Jun '15 10:05:27 AM MickJamesSupaFreak
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On ''SNL'', his popular recurring characters were Patrick Fitzwilliam (one of the hosts of the Irish morning show, "Top O'The Morning." The other was a pre-Weekend Update SethMeyers), Pat "Sully" Sullivan (one of the Boston Teens), Jarrett (a stoner college student who hosts his own web show, ''Jarrett's Room''), Kip Bloater (a bar hopper), and Nick Burns (a sarcastic computer technician). His notable celebrity impressions (when he was a cast member on ''SNL'', on his talk show, and when he came back to host) include DennisMiller, ChrisRock (in so much black make-up that you wouldn't know it was him. [[http://snl.jt.org/imp.php?i=1782 See here]]), AdamSandler, Creator/GilbertGottfried, Carson Daly (who always introduced himself as being a massive tool), John Lennon, Jerry Seinfeld, Ralph Nader, Sting, RussellBrand, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles from One Direction, AlanRickman, Michael Buble, Pauly D from ''Jersey Shore'', Charlie Sheen, Pat O'Brien, Jared Fogel, Jeff Zucker and Bryan Cranston's character Walter White.
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On ''SNL'', his popular recurring characters were Patrick Fitzwilliam (one of the hosts of the Irish morning show, "Top O'The Morning." The other was a pre-Weekend Update SethMeyers), Pat "Sully" Sullivan (one of the Boston Teens), Jarrett (a stoner college student who hosts his own web show, ''Jarrett's Room''), Kip Bloater (a bar hopper), and Nick Burns (a sarcastic computer technician). His notable celebrity impressions (when he was a cast member on ''SNL'', on his talk show, and when he came back to host) include DennisMiller, ChrisRock (in so much black make-up that you wouldn't know it was him. [[http://snl.jt.org/imp.php?i=1782 [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1786 See here]]), AdamSandler, Creator/GilbertGottfried, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1808 Carson Daly Daly]] [[TakeThat (who always introduced himself as being a massive tool), tool)]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1671 John Lennon, Lennon]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1658 Jerry Seinfeld, Seinfeld]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1843 Ralph Nader, Sting, Nader]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1839 Sting]], RussellBrand, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3155 Justin Bieber, Bieber]] (He didn't even ''SPEAK'' playing), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3409 Harry Styles from One Direction, Direction]], AlanRickman, [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?3410 Michael Buble, Buble]], [[http://cf2.foodista.com/sites/default/files/styles/featured/public/field/image/Screen%20shot%202011-08-05%20at%203.44.06%20PM.jpg Pauly D from ''Jersey Shore'', Shore'']], [[http://my.xfinity.com/blogs/tv/files/2012/03/jimmy-fallon-charlie-sheen-clone.jpg Charlie Sheen, Sheen]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2083 Pat O'Brien, O'Brien]], [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?1891 Jared Fogel, Fogel]] (from the Subway ads), [[http://www.snlarchives.net/Impressions/?2195 Jeff Zucker Zucker]] and [[http://i.ytimg.com/vi/duKL2dAJN6I/maxresdefault.jpg Bryan Cranston's character Walter White. White]].
10th May '15 8:10:59 PM nombretomado
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After a string of film flops, ''[=SNL=]'' exec producer Lorne Michaels signed Fallon to a holding deal with Creator/{{NBC}} in 2007, and in 2009, he replaced Creator/ConanOBrien as the host of ''LateNight''. Despite lukewarm early reviews, Fallon and his staff succeeded in turning the show into one of the most buzzed-about shows in the late night pantheon, due in part to their upbeat, optimistic approach to comedy and their use of extravagant pre-taped features, such as parodies of ''{{Glee}}'' ("6-Bee"), ''{{Lost}}'' ("Late"), ''Real Housewives'' ("The Real Housewives of Late Night"), ''TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
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After a string of film flops, ''[=SNL=]'' exec producer Lorne Michaels signed Fallon to a holding deal with Creator/{{NBC}} in 2007, and in 2009, he replaced Creator/ConanOBrien as the host of ''LateNight''. Despite lukewarm early reviews, Fallon and his staff succeeded in turning the show into one of the most buzzed-about shows in the late night pantheon, due in part to their upbeat, optimistic approach to comedy and their use of extravagant pre-taped features, such as parodies of ''{{Glee}}'' ''Series/{{Glee}}'' ("6-Bee"), ''{{Lost}}'' ''Series/{{Lost}}'' ("Late"), ''Real Housewives'' ("The Real Housewives of Late Night"), ''TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
3rd Apr '15 3:41:28 PM ANTMuddle
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* WholesomeCrossdresser: If a bit tacky. See his "Ew!" segments on the Tonight Show.
7th Mar '15 6:46:39 AM dmcreif
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After a string of film flops, ''[=SNL=]'' exec producer Lorne Michaels signed Fallon to a holding deal with Creator/{{NBC}} in 2007, and in 2009, he replaced Creator/ConanOBrien as the host of ''LateNight''. Despite lukewarm early reviews, Fallon and his staff succeeded in turning the show into one of the most buzzed-about shows in the late night pantheon, due in part to their upbeat, optimistic approach to comedy and their use of extravagant pre-taped features, such as parodies of ''{{Glee}}'' ("6-Bee"), ''{{Lost}}'' ("Late"), ''Real Housewives'' ("The Real Housewives of Late Night"), ''TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
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After a string of film flops, ''[=SNL=]'' exec producer Lorne Michaels signed Fallon to a holding deal with Creator/{{NBC}} in 2007, and in 2009, he replaced Creator/ConanOBrien as the host of ''LateNight''. Despite lukewarm early reviews, Fallon and his staff succeeded in turning the show into one of the most buzzed-about shows in the late night pantheon, due in part to their upbeat, optimistic approach to comedy and their use of extravagant pre-taped features, such as parodies of ''{{Glee}}'' ("6-Bee"), ''{{Lost}}'' ("Late"), ''Real Housewives'' ("The Real Housewives of Late Night"), ''TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
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