Amidst her and Amy Poehler's war on Star Wars, Tina Fey was in a jovial mood as she played First Impressions with longtime friend Jimmy Fallon. The two riff on people like Sofia Vegara and Jack Nicholson. Jimmy even whips out his great Morgan Freeman voice. Who knew he was so talented?
Kevin Pollack is trying to prove that Misery Loves Comedy. Many of his comedic friends would have to agree. Don't believe such an anecdote? Why not have Jimmy Fallon, Tom Hanks, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, Judd Apatow, Lisa Kudrow, Larry David, Marc Maron, Jon Favreau, and dozens of others explain it to you? Misery Loves Comedy is meant as an effort to bring audiences closer to performers. Tribeca Film Festival gets the official release but it's already out on iTunes and Amazon if you're inclined to see it at this moment in time. Check out a sneak peak at the film below:
Lip Sync Battle is a popular sketch competition on The Tonight Show. Lip Sync Battle is a television show based on the popular sketch competition from The Tonight Show. LSB is hosted by LL Cool J for some reason. And Jimmy Fallon, John Krasinski, and Stephen Merchant are producing. Other famous people (like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Anna Kendrick, John Legend and more for some reason) will be performing - sorry, lip syncing - to popular songs. On April 2, Spike will air that show. Got it? Good. I really don't want to go over this again.
Last Week Tonight's first season ended last night so that means no more for a few weeks. But John Oliver went out with a bang. He and his crew made a salmon cannon which is exactly what it sounds like. What? No, it's not some type of sex toy. Grow up. Anyway, Oliver takes a few shots at every famous friend he has including Tom Hanks, Jimmy Fallon and Homer Simpson among others.
Jimmy and Zach just can't seem to make it work. Friendships are hard and those two are the wackiest couple of friends around. Check out this sketch from last night's Tonight Show.