08:33 AM EDT 03/19/2015
The Tonight Show
Originally posted 01/14/2015 08:00AM
And Chris Hemsworth is reveling in them, as he told Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night.
Originally posted 01/09/2015 04:30PM
When the The Tonight Show host, 40, teamed up with Golden Globe nominee J.K. Simmons for a game of Pictionary on Thursday, he left his guest befuddled.
Beholding Fallon's first attempt, all Simmons, 60, could say was, "Wow."
Originally posted 01/08/2015 11:15AM
Well, how about football, too?
On Wednesday's The Tonight Show, Fallon called upon a snuggly pack of golden retrievers to look into the crystal (okay, metal) chow bowl and determine who will win the 2015 college championship between the Ohio State Buckeyes and Oregon Ducks.
As ever, the starting line-up consisted of Brad Johnson, Kyle McAdams, Mary Kennedy, Ted Mooney, Roger Blain, Lisa Armstrong and Gary Frick, Jr. (the heir to Fallon's dog Gary Frick, who predicted – unfortunately, alas – the 2012 Presidential election in favor or Republican Mitt Romney).
Originally posted 01/06/2015 12:05PM
[YOUTUBE "R1dW8M4EqYY"] Bradley Cooper has been hiding a secret talent!
On Monday, the two-time Oscar nominee – rocking a truly questionable hat-wig combination – revealed to Jimmy Fallon that he plays guitar.
Originally posted 12/02/2014 09:30AM
Married folk: What was your favorite part of your wedding? The dress? The cake? The ceremony? Seeing your husband- or wife-to-be at the other end of the aisle?
Originally posted 11/30/2014 09:30AM
Nearly 10 months after stepping down as host of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno is finding ways to fill his time – but says he misses the show that he helmed for 4,610 episodes.
Originally posted 11/06/2014 01:40PM
Richard Zoglin is the author of Hope: Entertainer of the Century, published this week by Simon & Schuster and cited by reviewers as the definitive biography of the comedy legend. In its current issue, PEOPLE singles it out as the book of the week. Here, an excerpt from the work.
Viewers of The Tonight Show during the 1970s and '80s might have assumed that Bob Hope was one of Johnny Carson's favorite guests.
No one appeared on the show more often than the comedy legend, and his guest appearances clung to a familiar, almost comical ritual. He would walk out to the strains of his theme song, "Thanks for the Memory" – sometimes unannounced, supposedly a "surprise" guest.
After some banter with Johnny, sprinkled with Hope's obviously prepared gag lines, he would introduce a reel of taped highlights from his upcoming special. Then he would scoot away, always with somewhere urgent to go.
One of those who grew tired of the routine was Johnny Carson.
Originally posted 09/04/2014 03:15PM
Joan Rivers, who died on Thursday, was one of late-night television's true pioneers. And inextricably tied to her legacy of trailblazing is her relationship with The Tonight Show, and the long shadow that Johnny Carson cast over her career.
Originally posted 08/07/2014 12:30PM
Everyone has his priorities.
Originally posted 04/13/2014 08:30AM
Jimmy Fallon joked on Twitter that Stephen Colbert will need to change his first name to Jimmy when he joins the ranks of late-night talk show hosts next year, but he might not be smiling once the Colbert Report star settles into David Letterman's chair.
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