'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon has been farming out plenty of his gags lately, asking his audience to send in various funny bits as they fit certain themes. Last night, he shared a batch of loyal fan-submitted screengrabs from both the internet and television -- a selection of some strange pictures, mismatched text, and a Captcha so bizarre that its hidden message popped up (tee hee) throughout the rest of the segment.
Although it's understandable to assume that hardcore football fans aren't the greatest dancers in the world -- they value other athletic skills, after all -- it seems that hypothesis might not be exactly correct. Well, unless 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon explicitly instructed his 'Questions and Danswers' minion Arthur to only find awesome dancers for the latest entry of the segment, aimed at targeting NFL fans and chatting them up about what their teams need to grab in the draft. You know, while dancing.
Here's something you've probably never considered: what would it be like if 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon and 'Neighbors' co-stars Seth Rogen and Zac Efron were actually all teenage girls who had their very own Teen Nick show called 'Ew!' which was all about them screaming "Ew!" at various things and people? It's a little weird, right?
Not every Jimmy Fallon-invented game involves oversized quarters or red wine on ice or potential death (sorry, roller golf), some of them involve actual intelligence, a florid turn of the phrase and an ability to sell things. Not sure what we mean by that? Meet "Word Sneak," Fallon's word game the requires participants to inject wacky words into everyday conversation.
At this point, celebs should know that if they don't want to showcase their hidden talents on late-night TV, they shouldn't bring them up around eccentric hosts. While Garfield seemed a little hesitant to "let it go," as they say, given that this was to be his first time singing in public, he eventually gave in and gave a folksy, Brooklyn-hipster-bar rendition of the 'Spider-Man' theme song ... before racing around the 'Tonight Show' studio on a pocket bike.
'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' actor Dane DeHaan needed to add some poundage to play Harry Osborn in the franchise's latest outing, and for a a guy as naturally slim as DeHaan, even adding 20 pounds of muscle meant months of loading up on body-building -- but totally boring -- food.
It's safe to say that Diane Keaton doesn't understand the mechanics of beer pong, or perhaps she does and just decided to troll 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon -- hard -- with a spin on one of his very favorite games. After all, Keaton already spent her visit to the show to lecture Fallon on how to make his self-professed "beady" eyes look more alive, so she's clearly not opposed to some good-natured ribbing.
Dr. Phil's speciality may be "troubled relationships," but even he can't solve every plagued pairing. That sure doesn't mean that he won't try! Dr. Phil himself took to 'The Tonight Show' last night to help President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin work through their issues and tap into some necessary healing.
Professional sports love to hand out superlative-heavy awards like Most Valuable Player (and also whatever awards professional sports love to hand out), which is certainly nice and also kind of simple. But there are a lot of people who play professional sports, so why not hand out more awards? Why not hand out more hilariously true awards?