History Creator / JimmyFallon

2nd Jul '17 4:52:25 AM NightShade96
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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 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]]), 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]], Creator/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 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]]), 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]], Creator/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, Creator/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]].
27th May '17 5:37:45 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 ''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"), ''Series/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 ''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"), ''Series/TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ''Series/JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
15th May '17 8:13:59 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 ''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").

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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 ''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'' ''Series/TrueBlood'' ("Suckers"), ''Series/BreakingBad'' ("Joking Bad") and ''JerseyShore'' ("Jersey Floor").
29th Apr '17 11:39:56 AM nombretomado
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Charmingly boyish actor, comedian, and talk show host born September 19, 1974. Best known for his work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he gained success at a young age but also garnered criticism for his shameless mugging and [[{{Corpsing}} cracking up on-camera]] during sketches (particularly those where he's partnered with Horatio Sanz), a fact that ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' pointed out on the episode "Don't Make Me Over" (who also [[HilariousInHindsight predicted that Fallon would be one of many former SNL cast members to come back and host an episode]]). His largest success on the show was as the co-anchor of "[[NewsParody Weekend Update]]" with TinaFey which showcased his strengths as a comedian. When Fallon left ''SNL'' at the end of the 2003-2004 season, he attempted a movie career, which [[EpicFail did not go well]].

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Charmingly boyish actor, comedian, and talk show host born September 19, 1974. Best known for his work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he gained success at a young age but also garnered criticism for his shameless mugging and [[{{Corpsing}} cracking up on-camera]] during sketches (particularly those where he's partnered with Horatio Sanz), a fact that ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' pointed out on the episode "Don't Make Me Over" (who also [[HilariousInHindsight predicted that Fallon would be one of many former SNL cast members to come back and host an episode]]). His largest success on the show was as the co-anchor of "[[NewsParody Weekend Update]]" with TinaFey Creator/TinaFey which showcased his strengths as a comedian. When Fallon left ''SNL'' at the end of the 2003-2004 season, he attempted a movie career, which [[EpicFail did not go well]].
25th Apr '17 11:47:56 AM themisterfree
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* ShoutOut: He likes to have guests play ''Series/{{Password}}'', with a rather authentic re-creation of the set. He especially likes to play it with Creator/BettyWhite, whose late husband's claim to fame was hosting the show (White was also quite a formidable player on "Password").

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* ShoutOut: He likes to have guests play ''Series/{{Password}}'', with a rather authentic re-creation of the set. He especially likes to play it with Creator/BettyWhite, whose late husband's claim to fame husband, Allen Ludden, was famous hosting the show (White was also quite a formidable player on "Password").''Password'', and appeared on every version).
9th Apr '17 1:10:04 PM 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 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]]), 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]].

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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 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]]), 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, Creator/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]].
8th Apr '17 11:57:49 AM ThatTwerp
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His popularity on the show has led to him appearing in several forms of spin-off material; most notably receiving his own ride at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]], called ''Ride/RaceThroughNewYorkStarringJimmyFallon'', which will opened in 2017. He also serves as the current narrator for the tram-based ''Studio Tour'' at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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His popularity on the show has led to him appearing in several forms of spin-off material; most notably receiving his own ride at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]], called ''Ride/RaceThroughNewYorkStarringJimmyFallon'', which will opened in 2017. He also serves as the current narrator for the tram-based ''Studio Tour'' at Universal Studios Hollywood.
6th Apr '17 4:23:10 PM ThatTwerp
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His popularity on the show has led to him appearing in several forms of spin-off material; most notably receiving his own ride at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]], called ''Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon'', which will open in 2017. He also serves as the current narrator for the tram-based ''Studio Tour'' at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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His popularity on the show has led to him appearing in several forms of spin-off material; most notably receiving his own ride at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]], called ''Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon'', ''Ride/RaceThroughNewYorkStarringJimmyFallon'', which will open opened in 2017. He also serves as the current narrator for the tram-based ''Studio Tour'' at Universal Studios Hollywood.
6th Mar '17 12:05:22 PM saimcheeda
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9th Nov '16 1:53:09 PM MrNickelodeon
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His popularity on the show has led to him appearing in several kinds of spin-off material; most notably receiving his own ride at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]], called ''Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon'', which will open in 2017. He also serves as the current narrator for the tram-based ''Studio Tour'' at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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His popularity on the show has led to him appearing in several kinds forms of spin-off material; most notably receiving his own ride at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]], called ''Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon'', which will open in 2017. He also serves as the current narrator for the tram-based ''Studio Tour'' at Universal Studios Hollywood.
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