Funny / The Tonight Show

Part of The Tonight Show's reputation was built from just having fun.
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    Steve Allen (1953-1957) 
  • (Nothing as of yet, but here just in case.)

    Jack Paar (1957-1962) 
  • (Nothing as of yet, but here just in case.)

    Johnny Carson (1962-1992) 
  • 1965: Supposedly, the longest continual laughter in live TV goes to a Carson Tonight episode. His guest was actor/singer Ed Ames, who claimed that in the course of his work he had learned how to throw a tomahawk. Carson produced a human outline on a board, and Ames lobbed the tomahawk at it. It hit the board successfully, but slammed in right at the figure's crotch, starting the thunderous laughter. When the laughter started to die down, Carson quipped "I didn't even know you were Jewish!" starting it all up again. (Even funnier still was Carson's followup remark: "Welcome to Frontier Bris!")
  • 1968: The Dragnet parody with Carson and Jack Webb. "Clean copper clappers."
  • 1969: George Gobel's appearance, put in the impossible position of having to follow Bob Hope and Dean Martin. "Did you ever get the feeling that the world was a tuxedo and you were a pair of brown shoes?" Of course, the best part of that interview was how Dean Martin kept discreetly tapping his cigarette ashes into Gobel's drink!
  • November 1979: Prior to Thanksgiving, Johnny talked with Doc Severinsen about their respective plans for the holiday. Before long the two of them had each other, and the audience, in stitches.
    Doc: I suppose you'll be home with the family, turkey... (Johnny laughs hard) just a typical American family.
    Johnny: Look, if you want to c- if you really feel badly, now I feel so terrible that you're gonna be alone. Would you...
    Doc: I didn't say I was gonna be alone. (Johnny laughs)
    Johnny: You just said you ain't gonna eat no turkey!
    Doc: That's right.
    Johnny: You can come over- would you like to come over to the house?
    Doc: This is the first time you've ever asked.
    Johnny: You made me feel so guilty!
    Doc: I mean, when you ask an employee in front of fifteen million people, "Do you want to come to the house for Thanksgiving?", what am I gonna say? "Noooo." You know what I say? "Yes, Mr. Carson, I'd LOVE it."
    Johnny: Can you come?
    Doc: No. (Johnny laughs and plops a kleenex box on the desk so they can dry their tears of laughter)
  • 1981: Johnny acting out how Walter Cronkite should have done his final newscast, ranging from asking to stop the "tickety-tickety" noise after 19 years to reading a story as Porky Pig.
    Mount St. Helens erupted again. Blew the top clean off. Th-th-th-th-that's all folks!
  • "I have certain guidelines, but I would give about a year's pay to peek under there." (...Which added fuel to the fire of the Zsa Zsa Gabor Pussy Cat Urban Legend.)
  • All of his pie skits:
    • "Hi. Do you mind if I talk to you for just a minute? I just want to say a few words about Diarrhea-" *SPLAT* *SPLAT* *SPLAT*
    • "Come on, I dare ya. I dare ya to knock this battery off my shoulder." (hit with pie) "Come on, I double dare ya." (hit with two more pies)
    • "Sir, how do you spell relief?" "How do I spell relief? I spell it R-O-L-" (hit with pie) "E ..."
    • "You're away from home and your wallet is stolen. All your cash is gone. What WILL you do. What WILL you-" (hit with pie)
  • The "Carnac the Magnificent" segments were always good for laughs, from the moment "Carnac" entered the studio and walked off in the wrong direction, then corrected himself only to trip on the step at the edge of the set at the beginning of every segment.
    • In one instance, Carnac tripped and broke the desk!
    • Johnny's surly attitude while in character as Carnac. In one instance, after the usual long introduction by Ed, Johnny said in an annoyed tone, "Let's get on with it." A great Running Gag in these segments is when Johnny asks for complete silence while he ascertains the answers; Ed replies variants of, "You sometimes have a lot of it." Cue Death Glare from Johnny.
    • Also funny was one time when Ed continued to talk after his usual long introduction:
    Ed: Envelope #1.
    Johnny: Silence, please.
    Ed: Hermetically sealed.
    Johnny: I will divine the answer.
    Ed: Funk and Wagnall's porch... (Beat) ...since noon today. (Beat) But you! (cracks up)
    Johnny: Can we get on with this?!
    • Three words: "Sis Boom Bah!", perhaps the funniest "Carnac the Magnificent" prompt. Johnny and Ed are already struggling to keep straight faces as Johnny holds the envelope against his turban, and when he finally tears open the envelope and reads the card - "Describe the sound made when a sheep explodes!" - it takes nearly a minute before they can stop laughing for long enough to move on to the next envelope. They both struggle to hold the rest of the segment together through their laughter.
    • The answer: "Abba Eban". The question: "Describe the sound made when Dr. Renee Richards removes her pantyhose." Johnny and Ed struggle (and fail) to keep it together for the rest of the skit.
    • The 9/5/90 Carnac had a slightly modified intro by Ed, which did not go unnoticed by Johnny:
    Ed: I hold in my hands, the envelopes. My four-and-a-half year old daughter Catherine Mary can tell that these envelopes are hermetically sealed. They've been kept in a mayonnaisse jar on Funk & Wagnall's porch since noon today. NO ONE! knows the answers inside these envelopes, but YOU, in your mystical and borderline divine way, will ascertain the answers, without even knowing, heretofore the questions. Isn't that correct, sir?
    Johnny: Do we have TIME for this now? (does the "stretch" motion) [Your] part gets longer every time we do this! Now, family plugs!
  • Any of the Charles Grodin interviews. So many great passive-aggressive remarks (Played for Laughs, of course). One of the best running gags involved Carson deriding Grodin's book because it was $18.95. Grodin asked, "Is that too much, for a lifetime of experience?" Carson snarked, "Well I suppose not, if you're... Mother Teresa." This comment would be referenced numerous times in subsequent interviews, and one of Grodin's last appearances, he had a paperback re-issue out that was only $9.95. Carson said, "Well now we're talkin'!"
    Carson: Shoulda started out $9.95, then this would be $4.65 by now!
  • In 1992, David Letterman was a guest shortly after it was announced that Leno would be inheriting The Tonight Show instead of Letterman (the person Carson wanted). One of the first questions Carson asked Letterman was: "How pissed off are you?"
  • After claiming that looking into an animal's eyes and speaking to it will calm it, Johnny is swiped at by a cheetah and runs into Ed's arms. Funny every time.
  • The night before Johnny's final show, Robin Williams was one of the guests. After being introduced and greeted by Johnny and Ed, he goes off and improvs, as per usual. At one point, after making a particularly off-color remark, he quips, "If that gets bleeped, good luck!" Chuckling, Carson replies, "We're outta here after tomorrow, what do I care?" Williams almost collapses out of his seat in laughter.
  • The time Ed was allegedly drunk before Joan Embery was brought out.
    Johnny: (smiling wide) You really think you're fooling everybody, don't you?
  • Barney Odum had his dog Flatnose on the show, who could climb trees. Bandleader Doc Severinsen said before the show that if the dog could truly climb the tree on the set, he would kiss Flatnose on an unnamed body part (use your imagination). This was brought up a few times on the episode itself. Doubly funny in hindsight: The segment with Flatnose is what caused Ian McKellen to be bumped from the episode, because they ran out of time.
  • The parody of American Express Traveler's Checks commercials with Johnny as Karl Malden. Specifically, the one where the couple is in a Japanese hot tub and is unable to pay because they don't have Traveler's Checks.
    Woman: (glassy-eyed) What will we do?
    (Johnny emerges from the hot tub water, fully clothed)
    Johnny: What will they do?! What will they do?! (cracks smile)
  • This bit:
    Husband: (comes into the bedroom) I brought the Colonel [KFC] home!
    Wife: I've got a surprise for you: So did I!
    (pulls back bed sheets, and Johnny dressed as Colonel Sanders pops up and waves)
  • It's been said by more than one viewer that Johnny is funnier when he bombs, because his reactions to the substandard material are priceless, and Ed McMahon's off-screen chortling only enhances the experience.
    • Just one example: He did a sketch where he put the camera on random people in the audience and narrated who their character was in a soap opera. Every time a joke didn't get a lot of response, Johnny added: "Nothing.", which did cause audience laughter.
    • Another time, he had a segment called "Believe it or Stuff it". The crowd wasn't really responding to the first few, so Johnny said "Wow, this bit really sucks!"
  • The interview with four-year-old spelling bee star Rohan Varavadekar had plenty of these. At one point, Johnny asked Rohan if he knew when he was born. Rohan replied: "October 23, 1925."
    Johnny: (after much audience laughter) That was a long time ago, wasn't it?
  • One sketch had Johnny trying out new tech products. One of them was a long-range microphone. When he pointed it towards Disney Land:
    "Little to the left, Minnie! Higher! Higher!"
  • Two moments from Don Rickles come to mind:
    • In one sketch, Johnny was in an Asian spa, and Don (who wasn't supposed to be in the sketch) wandered in and wanted to massage Johnny ("Can I do it a couple minutes? Just gimme a break, I'm so lonely!"). Johnny retaliated by throwing Don into a nearby hot tub.
    • Don was a guest on a night when Johnny was off. When Johnny returned the next night, he noticed that his cigarette ashes box on his desk was broken, and wanted to know what happened. Doc informed him that Don broke it when he was on the show. Rather than just wait until Don was a guest, Johnny stopped the show to go next door where Don was filming an episode of C.P.O. Sharkey and caught him totally by surprise.
  • The "Beezer the Lonely Parakeet" sketch on the 8/15/91 episode. Some context: Johnny read a true story in the paper about a parakeet who tried to mate with a dinner roll. They made a sketch out of it, with Johnny narrating their troubled romance over photographs. While the photos got a few laughs, Johnny was surly about it really quickly ("We're going into the dumper."), and almost stopped the sketch early, but after being goaded to continue by Ed, he rushed through the rest as fast as he could.
  • In a 1987 episode, Johnny gave the audience a choice between two sketches they could do: One was a series of photos of the Royal Family with jokes about them, and the other was a list of fake phobias (the episode aired near Halloween). The audience chose the photos, and they got a less-than-spectacular response. Of course, Johnny rubbed it in many times:
    Johnny: You asked for this. I was for the phobias myself.
    You have nobody to blame but yourselves.
    (after reading a couple samples of the fake phobias) Shame, shame, you would've gone out of here chuckling, but you're going out with images of those dumb pictures dancing in your head.
  • A Sally Field interview in 1982 took a hilarious left turn when Sally, tired of talking about G-rated things on talk shows, told Johnny, "I wanna talk about doing it!"
  • One of the all-time best episodes of the show was the 9/26/74 episode, which started out relatively normally but went Off the Rails during a segment where Dom DeLuise tried to do a magic trick involving eggs balanced on books of matches, and ended in an egg-throwing fight between Dom and Johnny. And then when Burt Reynolds was the next guest, whip cream was also brought into the mix.

    Jay Leno (1992-2009/2010-2014) 

    Conan O'Brien (2009-2010) 
  • The foreign news report describing the whole mess.
  • Robin Williams singing an Irish jig that told NBC to go fuck themselves many times over, and Conan jumping up to dance along to it.
  • January 20, 2010: Bugatti Veyron Mouse!
  • "Before Photoshop", but particularly when Conan showed a photo of Larry King at his desk, and the audience laughed. Conan found it amusing that they were laughing at an untouched photo and not the punchline.
  • Pretty much every moment when Triumph visited the L.A. dog hotel:
    Triumph: Here at the "D Pet Hotel", where the "d", of course, stands for "dog-owning douchebags", lavishing their tiny-brained companions with exquisite memories to be cherished for 30 to 45 seconds, according to most experts. Not since the bank bailout has money been more wisely spent, proving that the "idle rich" are not idle at all. They are busy, 24-7, looking for new ways to piss away their money.
    • A dog pukes on the floor (likely out of nervousness), and Triumph offers to clean it up by eating it.
    • The rich woman with a French accent who brought in her dog.
      Triumph: I'm just letting the audience get a good look at you so they can hate you.
    • Triumph, on a rich dog:
      Triumph: She likes to be hand fed... and hand pooped. Her poop must not touch the floor! Her poop is like the American flag!
    • Triumph comes across a dog who looks like him, and proclaims it to be his long-lost mother.
      Triumph: I'm sorry, mother! I'm sorry I disappointed you!
    • The dog on the treadmill, who quickly is freaked out by it.
    • Portraits of various dogs are on the wall, and of course Triumph comments on them. He calls it the "Gallery of Shame".
      Triumph: You've got a lot of portraits up here of various dogs that all look moderately embarrassed.
      Woman employee: Aw, he's cute.
      Triumph: No, he's re-thinking his whole life.
    • Triumph wants clarification if the Taco Bell dog ever was a regular at the hotel. He heard he took amyl nitrate and had a St. Bernard choke him.
      Triumph: By the way, do you still provide that service?
      Woman employee: No.
      Man employee: Not anymore.
    • Triumph comes across an "uber suite" with one female dog in it, and wants to put the moves on her by showing a variety of Parallel Porn Titles of famous Hollywood movies (see main entry).
  • During the final week, Conan showed a classic Tonight Show moment each night. On the first three nights, the opening montage contained the clip of Conan sliding and hitting his head on the studio floor. Conan eventually called them out on it: "STOP showing my concussion! CUT IT OUT! My wife hates that! "You almost died!""
  • Early on, Conan visited various shops near the studio. One of them was a place called "FastSigns", where he got a banner made to advertise the show. It had two tigers on it, and the text "Every night is ladies' night" and "Free salad with every purchase". Andy exclaimed, "We're gonna have to start making salads!"
  • One of the first, if not the first, "Andy'll Try It" skit had Andy trying bacon vodka. His verdict: "Oh God, it's awful." Then Andy continued drinking it anyway.
  • When Conan interviewed Kevin Nealon, Kevin mentioned how he had food poisoning recently, and wishes that your body would tell you what it was that made you sick as you're throwing up. He demonstrated: "CURRY CHICKEN! (mimes barfing)" Conan observed that sounded like Jimmy Stewart:
  • On the 8/28 episode, Conan paid tribute to KNBC reporter Doug Kriegel:
    Announcer: Now, a report from NBC's Emmy-award winning journalist Doug Kriegel.
    (cut to Doug at a park picnic)
    Doug: What do you think of that pizza?
    Teenage boy: It's really awesome pizza.
    Doug: ...That's good.
    Announcer: That was a report from NBC's Emmy-award winning journalist Doug Kriegel.
  • In one "In the Year 3000", the start was a little different than usual:
    Conan: I think it's time we looked... into the future.
    (audience cheers)
    Andy: (incredulously) The future, Conan?!
    Conan: (amused) ...That's right, Andy. We rehearsed this!
    • In the same sketch, when the futuristic robes lowered from the ceiling onto Conan, Andy, and La Bamba's heads, La Bamba accidentally leaned the wrong way (likely from looking at the monitors and getting confused) and it bumped him on the head, causing Conan to burst out laughing. Then when La Bamba went to sing "In the year 3000...", he briefly lost his composure.
  • When Nick Cannon was a guest, he offered licorice to Conan and previous guest Bill Maher. Maher turned him down, saying "Licorice is shit." But he added a kind word: "But you look good eating it!"
  • Conan's month-long feud with Newark mayor Cory Booker. It started after Conan made a joke at Newark's expense: "The mayor of Newark, N.J., wants to set up a citywide program to improve residents' health. The health-care program consists of a bus ticket out of Newark." This prompted a video response from Cory, who put Conan on the "No fly list" in retaliation ("Try JFK, buddy."). After continuing to joke about Newark and banning Cory from Burbank airport, Cory upped the ante:
    Cory: I banned Conan O'Brien from Newart airport, and last night, he had the audacity to ban me from Burbank airport? Well Conan, it's on. You see, I'm mayor of New Jersey's largest city, but I'm not the only city. New Jersey had 566 municipalities. And I've been getting calls and e-mails, faxes from mayors all over the state. You see, we in New Jersey roll hard, we roll strong, and we roll together. And I'm now here to officially tell you, that you have been banned from the entire state of New Jersey. Now, you may like Boardwalk and Park Place, but the only way you're gonna get to them is on a Monopoly board, because you're banned from Atlantic City. And Ellis Island, the gate of entry for millions of Americans and their families, but I'm telling you right now: No longer. Coco can't go-go. But it doesn't stop there, Conan. You see, Newark has sister cities all over the world, and I've been in touch with each one of our sister cities. And you are officially banned from them as well. So, my red-headed friend, as far as Ghana, you and your posse will not being go Kumasi. And your ancestors may be from Ireland, but the entire city of Bray is telling you to stay in L.A. (...) If you want to settle this with a feat of strength, not your usual caustic comic critique, if you want to test it with fortitude, I'm willing to race you just like Teri Hatcher did, and just in case you slip and fall and bump your head, I've actually got you a New York Giants helmet. And by the way, this is as close as you'll get to seeing a Giants game, because they too, play in New Jersey.
    • Conan announced he had Newark surrounded by forming alliances with other New Jersey cities like East Orange, Kearny, Jersey City, Bayonne, and Elizabeth, forming the shape of a toilet seat.

    Jimmy Fallon (2014-present) 
  • Jimmy's first night started with a bang. Besides him and Will Smith chronicling a history of hip-hop dances (ala Justin Timberlake and his and Jimmy's "History of Rap"), and U2 performing on the roof of 30 Rock, we have a moment where Jimmy mentions a "friend" who says he'd never host the Tonight Show, saying they owe him $100. Cue Robert De Niro, Tina Fey, Joe Namath, Rudy Giuliani, Mariah Carey, Tracy Morgan, Joan Rivers (in her 1st Tonight Show appearance, of any kind, since being banned from the show in 1986; the ban was kept by Leno out of respect to Johnny Carson), Kim Kardashian, Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Tyson, and Lady Gaga all throwing crumpled C-Notes on the desk, culminating with Stephen Colbert pouring a bucket of 10,000 pennies on Jimmy's head, ending with "WELCOME TO 11:30, BITCH".
  • Brian Williams raps (transplanted from Late Night)
    Brian Williams: This is spooking me out, because there's a guy who, for a job, for months, has been sitting in an edit room looking at images of me and finding individual words. I have never said "hippity", never. And I know that he works here, intellectually, I have never met- like you have, I have never met him. If you're on my staff, I know your hopes, your fears, your dreams, I know all about your family, um... your staff, I imagine, is a much more, y'know, anonymous place-
    Jimmy Fallon: (laughing) What are you talking about?
    Brian Williams: You've told me, these are little people to you. (Jimmy laughs) But there's a guy who I've seen in the cafeteria, there's a guy who I've seen in elevators, who has looked at my face for a living, and it's spooky, it's frightening.
    • And now, "Baby Got Back". If you listen carefully, you can hear the audience singing along on the "anaconda" line!
  • Whenever Hashtag the Panda is brought out, a hilarious Overly Long Gag is in the cards as Jimmy and the band make the "bear" dance again...and again...and again.
  • This bit after one "Thank You Note" about protein bars just being glorified chocolate bars:
    Fallon: (in jock tone) All I eat is protein bars!
    Higgins: (also in jock tone) That's it, man. I eat Monkey Milk protein bars.
    Fallon: Nothing but Monkey Milk protein bars. They're the best ones. You get Monkey Milk, that's the best protein bar.
    Higgins: If you don't get it, you're a fool. You're a damn fool if you don't get Monkey Milk. You're a fool.
    Fallon: Don't call me a fool! I'm just saying-
    Higgins: What do you get?? Do you get Monkey Milk?
    Fallon: I don't know what kind of protein bar I got.
    Higgins: Ehhh, you should, if you don't know what's going in your body, then you're some kind of fool. I went to Cinnabon the other day, I got the tiny little ones.
    Fallon: You do?
    Higgins: Yeah, about eight, nine of 'em, squeeze them up in the tube, shove them down my throat, two- (cracks up) I figured I'd down the Monkey Milk!
  • A spectacular Brick Joke: Hugh Jackman mentions in an interview that you should never let Aussies stay at your house, as "they will never leave," and he demonstrates by crashing on Jimmy's couch for a few minutes. The next night, Jimmy comes out for his monologue, and casually looks over to the couch. Sure enough...
  • A truly spectacular Epic Fail on Jimmy's part: when he had Nicole Kidman on as a guest, she tells him the story of their disastrous blind that he didn't realize that it was a date and had spent the night playing video games and eating snacks, accidentally ignoring her. He literally fell out of his chair as everyone cracked up. Both Patton Oswalt (the next guest after her) and Jude Law spent part of their appearances reminding him.
  • One "In Reply To" had a joke about Chipotle. Steve asked Jimmy if he eats Chipotle in his new truck, and Jimmy got confused how you could eat a burrito one-handed while driving. Then he took the joke one step further by saying he gets a wearable trough and tells the cashier to "load it up". And he also pays without using his hands, by swiping his Google Glass. The absurd visual it puts in your head is hilarious.
  • Wheel of Impressions with Kevin Spacey. Among some of the best highlights are Spacey's spot-on impression of Johnny Carson:
    Kevin Spacey: [as Carson] A lot of people are dressing up as ghosts and witches, goblins and vampires. But this year, Iíve decided Iím going as the scariest creature in the world: my ex-wife. [raucous laughter from everyone, including Fallon] Oh, and I scare the kids, too.
    • ...or Spacey outdoing Jimmy in Michael Caine impressions.
    • Spacey appeared on the show again and played Phone Booth. Pointing out how stupid (but fun) Jimmy's games are is nothing new (see Bo Burnham's takedown of Lip Sync Battle), but Spacey is so determined to point out just how stupid getting shoved into a phone booth with Keegan-Michael Key and Big Bird is.
    Spacey: (answering the phone) Yes? Most ridiculous sketch ever?
  • Christina Aguilera's eerily accurate impression of Britney Spears singing "This Little Pig".
  • Jimmy trolls The Roots by convincing them into watching the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer...not knowing that he snuck in a Screamer Prank.
  • When the show spent a week at Universal Studios in Orlando, Jimmy convinces some of The Roots to ride Dr. Doom's Fearfall. Hilarity Ensues and Damon cusses Jimmy out to high heaven.
  • Jimmy and Steve talking about Monster Cables.
  • Jimmy invites kids to write skits, with the prompt "Write what you think a film called Magic Mike would be about," and then invites Channing Tatum to do dramatic readings of said skits:
    Channing Tatum: [deadpan] "Yes, I am Magic Mike. I'm like regular Mike, except magic."
  • Jimmy and Blake Shelton doing the Whisper Challenge
    Blake Shelton: [after telling Jimmy the name Benedict Cumberbatch] That doesn't even mean anything!
    • Similarly, Jimmy taking Blake out for sushi when he's never eaten sushi before. Blake is less than enthusiastic (especially since Jimmy throws in all of the more disgusting dishes, like sea urchins).
  • The September 2015 Good Burger sketch, perfectly replicating the layout, style and humor of the original shorts while also bringing back stars Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell.
  • The skit "Real People, Fake Arms" with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as burger restaurant employees. Of special note is the moment when Jeff Daniels gets Jimmy a shake, but the shake machine is so unexpectedly powerful that it blasts the cup out of Daniels's fake arms.
  • Given Creed was about to get released, Jimmy would welcome it WITH ARMS WIDE OPEN, UNDER THE SUNLIGHT... (complete with Pearl Jam nod). And later guest Billie Lourd decided to join in the Yarling.
  • In the 2/18/16 episode, Vince Vaughn observed how nobody has ever won against Jimmy in "Box of Lies". He became suspicious that everything Jimmy did during their interview was merely "info reading" to help him win the game. In a Moment of Awesome, Vince brought his A-game to "Box of Lies" and stumped Jimmy with his poker face and descriptions. The whole ordeal can be viewed here and here.
  • During the "Whisper Challenge" with Carol Burnett:
    Jimmy: "Me Tarzan, you Jane."
    Carol: Piss off...?
  • When Eugene Levy was Jimmy's partner in "Pictionary", Jimmy had the phrase "cat got your tongue". Jimmy drew a cat and a tongue, and Eugene still couldn't quite get it.
    Eugene: I would've got it!
    Jimmy: A complete nightmare!
    Eugene: Another ten minutes, I would've had it!
  • "Kid Letters" from the 11/16/16 episode:
    "Dear little Jimmy, my name is Koen Chacoband, I'm in 5th grade, when I was in 4th grade I just started watching your show. It seems interesting. P.S.: YMG (Yo My Goodness) Nerds Rule! Stay in school. (Hey that rhyms!) #Pepperoni = Pizza = Life = Heavens of Awesomeness = GODS of Coolness = ...TACOS... (Give a evil look at the camera when you say tacos) Peace out, guard up, guard down, KOEN."
  • One monologue joke in February 2017 was about a women's strike. Jimmy showed a clip of what a day without women would be like: Cue a clip from Vampire's Kiss of Nicolas Cage's character slumping down the street while moaning in agony, "OHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!"
  • Jimmy and Elijah Wood getting sidetracked in a deep discussion of The Bachelor when it is revealed that the latter is friends with Nick Viall.
    Elijah: I can't believe I'm having this conversation!
  • Jimmy and Steve break down during "Thank You Notes" on 3/24/17:
    Jimmy: (doing Trump impression) Gazongas.
    Steve: (laughing) Going down the tubers! (Jimmy laughs) Where's it goin'?
    Jimmy: Goin' down the tubers.
    Steve: God...
    Jimmy: Oh man...
    Steve: That's the president!
    (Jimmy tries to move onto the next Thank You note, but the music stops as he keeps laughing)
    Steve: ...Of the UNITED STATES!
    Jimmy: Oh my gosh!
    Steve: Goin' down the... (laughs) (miming pulling a truck horn) Meep-meep!
    Jimmy: Unbelievable.
    Steve: What the F?! Unbelievable! This is REAL! (laughs)
  • Steve's bizarre persona when explaining the rules of Egg Russian Roulette. Behold an example.