Can you guys believe that there is only one episode of Girls left? That’s so depressing! Will Shoshanna ever lose her virginity? Will Marnie and Hannah ever make up? Will we ever care about Jessa, or stop caring about Ray? (Alex Karpovsky is our new crush, for now and forever.) We hope the season finale will answer some, if not all of these questions!
In the meantime, here is Lena Dunham on Late Night Wednesday night, where she told Jimmy Fallon about her very weird high school crush on him. (It involved a play she wrote, obviously!)
The President and the Media
Oh, Topless Paparazzo. You are like Batman. You show up when the city needs you, really needs you, and have the element of surprise of all your victims! The nefarious Bill Cosby? Ka-PLAT! The dastardly Commissioner Ray Kelly? Pa-CHOW!
Jimmy Fallon signing books at Barnes & Noble? Be-WOP!
Wait, actually we have one question…
Last night, “the POTUS with most-us” joined professional laugh track Jimmy Fallon on Late Night, slow jamming the news and talking about student loans. Fun!
The Eight-Day Week
We were a little put out after watching the pilot for NBC’s “hit new show(tm)” Smash and finding out that not once in the entire first episode did Anjelica Huston throw a glass of fluid in someone’s face.
The previews for the show had lied to us, because we distinctly remember an entire commercial dedicated to what looked like a super-cut of her character, Broadway producer Eileen Rand, splashing people (usually her ex-husband) like she was on a really classy version of Punk’d. Luckily, the subsequent two episodes have had a lot more pizzazz. Look at that guy’s face! Every time! Womp-womp!
Sure, going out on a winter Sunday is a drag—but who wants to watch 60 Minutes when Rachel Dratch is saluting the writer of Hugo? Tonight’s Writers Guild of America Awards are simultaneously going on at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles (fancy!) and the B.B. King Blues Club in New York City (sure!). Ms. Read More
If you’re a fan of talk shows where famous people talk to other famous people so that the second famous person can promote their latest whatever, then you might have noticed an odd trend: First Lady Michelle Obama has been making the rounds lately: first on Ellen, then Jay Leno, and now Jimmy Fallon, all in an effort to raise awareness for the Let’s Move! health initiative. Or is it?
Everyone’s had to make sacrifices in These Economic Times. Jimmy Fallon’s? He’s not writing his own jokes. Boston’s TVnext conference asked Fallon to submit to an interview about social media, a request Fallon parried by providing a YouTube video of his day “relative to social media,” as his publicist’s response to TVnext read. Read More
SNL real estate palooza!
If Manhattan real estate transfers are any barometer for Big Apple success, graduates of the Lorne Michaels school of comedy are certainly having the last laugh. Last week The Observer reported that Jimmy Fallon and wife, Nancy Juvonen, purchased a third apartment at fancy 34 Gramercy Park East; Read More
Just when we thought Conan was getting all the attention again, late night host Jimmy Fallon brings the camera back to himself with a real estate curveball.
In 2006, the SNL-alum and Brooklyn native, who is married to producer Nancy Juvonen, listed two seventh-floor apartments at the oldest New York City co-op Read More
Late Night host Jimmy Fallon has been sued by an underling who was demoted and eventually fired, he alleges, because of his gender. This discrimination charge is surprising, not just because these lawsuits tend to go the other way around, but because Fallon is by far the frattiest of the late night hosts.
Complainant Paul Read More