We have to wait until after summer until 'Downton Abbey' officially returns for Season 3 but if you can't wait that long, Jimmy Fallon brought back his 'Downton Abbey' parody "Downton Sixbey" (named after their 30 Rock studio, 6B). Brooke Shields and Fred Armisen return and bring with them a special guest: Questlove.
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Looks like all those Second City improv classes finally paid off! The cast of '30 Rock' stopped by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' to promote, and perhaps warm-up for, their Thursday night live episode.
Just about the moment that President Barack Obama decided to bust out a spontaneous rendition of Al Green's "Lets Stay Together," we knew that every late-night comedian would rush to get him to reprise the feat. Jimmy Fallon may not have gotten the President to pick up those golden pipes, but still managed to get Barack to deliver news in the best way possible: slow jams.
What if instead of an aristocratic British family, 'Downton Abbey' was about a late night talk show host with a writers' room struggling to come up with fresh Kim Kardashian jokes? Well, Jimmy Fallon has made it so in "Downton Sixbey" an eight-minute spoof of the upstairs/downstairs drama featuring pals Brooke Shields and Fred Armisen.
We've all done something embarrassingly stupid in our lives. These bittersweet moments are a quick reminder that we're just human and capable of error. Sometimes these moments are things we never want another soul to know or discover, and some are just so hilariously dumb, it has to be shared.
With having so many Late Show options to watch at night, our fabulous hosts have to be quick on their toes and come up with fun and creative ways to keep viewers attention or we're just going to change the channel. Often they do that by way of audience participation. Last night on Jimmy Fallon, two guys came on stage and participated in "Models and Buckets." What exactly is "Models and Buckets" you ask?
'Neil Young' joined Bruce Springsteen to cover LMFAO's "Sexy And I Know It" on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' Friday night. The performance was one of four songs Springsteen played to bring the show's "Springsteen Week" to a close.