Jimmy continues his daily mini monologues at his house during the quarantine. In today’s #Minilogue Jimmy celebrates #FormalFriday by dressing up as if he is going somewhere – even though we’re all stuck at home. If you dressed up today and want to share your experience, post photos and videos with #FormalFriday and Jimmy will show some of his favorites next week.
Jimmy also talks about online comments regarding his appearance, Trump lashing out at NBC’s Peter Alexander, Sean Spicer showing up at the press briefing, some Senators selling off massive amounts of stock shortly after a Coronavirus briefing, the toilet paper crisis, and most of Las Vegas shutting down.
During times like these, it’s also good to check in on old friends, so Jimmy talks to Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci of The Killers via webchat, and they perform “Caution" from their new album “Imploding The Mirage." Jimmy will be making a donation to a worthwhile cause every day during this quarantine.
Today, it’s the USBG Foundation’s Bartender Emergency Assistance Program. Please consider helping them. Go here to donate: www.usbgfoundation.org/beap
In the newest installment for a series that we’re definitely calling “this week in Jimmy Fallon’s cute daughters” going forward, Winnie and Franny are at it again, wreaking beautiful havoc on their dad’s jokes. (Who are they working for? The other Jimmy? Sir William Maher??)
The culprit in the newest Tonight Show episode is none other than “Thank You Notes,” which starts off strong … until Franny discovers one of her sound-machine buttons can trigger a chorus of boos. Then she uses her dad as a gymnastics floor.
And then, she starts playing the drums so well that you might even guess the spirit of Keith Moon was trying to communicate with us. The Fallons need four takes, but they survive, so get ready for some topical jokes about Zoom.
Adam Sandler has been all over late-night since this quarantine stuff began: He sang a 28-second opera note on Conan. He chatted with Jimmy Fallon about their days at SNL. He debuted his quarantine anthem. If you were hoping for even more Sandler content, you’re in luck.
Last night’s remote Tonight Show episode featured a segment where Sandler returned to sing an educational and kid-friendly duet with Fallon called “Don’t Touch Grandma.”
In the song, the comedians outline the “new grandma rules” we must follow right now to protect our grandmas at all costs against the pandemic: “Grandmas want to knit you sweaters and to bake you cookies / But you must tell your grandma, ‘No touchy, just looky!’” Here’s to all the restless kids trapped at home with their parents who will be singing this song all around the house today.
Could the tooth fairy be be heading to "The Tonight Show?"
While interviewing Ciara and Russell Wilson on Tuesday during an episode of the at-home edition of his show, the comedian was interrupted when daughter Winnie, 6, rushed in to tell her father that she had lost a tooth.
“Daddy! I lost my tooth,” Winnie can be heard excitedly saying off-camera while Wilson was speaking.
"Wait, this is big news, guys. Just tell them what happened,” Fallon said while propping her up on his lap.
"I lost a tooth!" Winnie announced while Ciara and Wilson cheered.
Fallon, surprised to discover it had just happened, took a look inside her mouth.
Forget the kids. On the newest at-home edition of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and his wife, Nancy Juvonen, finally talked about that other, far less sentient breakout star of his show: the bright-orange slide that connects two floors of their Hamptons home, which would surely make Pee-wee loose his shit. Juvonen confirmed that the whimsical flourish was her idea, although we’re still not totally sure how they managed to squeeze it into their abode.
“The slide is in an old barn and the only thing I knew we wanted to do with the barn is put a slide down the middle of it. It didn’t come out quite as cute as it should’ve,” she explained. “I drew that slide coming down and once you draw it, you can bring it to life. How cool and fun is that. I go down the slide usually all the time.” Was a load-bearing wall compromised during the installation? How many builders did it take? And, more importantly, what’s the material to ensure your legs don’t chafe over time? We don’t get those answers, although Fallon added that “kids, adults, everyone uses the slide.”