Tomorrow night, NBC's Jimmy Fallon will be sitting down with President Obama for a conversation on his light-hearted late night comedy show-- this, coupled with Jay Leno's assertion last night that Republicans have better senses of humor than Democrats led Bill O'Reilly to ask Brit Hume tonight what the appeal for the President would be of visiting Late Night. In an attempt to explain how videos go viral, O'Reilly ended up prompting Hume to explain to him how Twitter works and the appeal of getting instantaneous updates from hundreds of people, a possibility that seemed somewhat daunting to O'Reilly.
NBC is reportedly looking to move Jimmy Fallon into Jay Leno's Tonight Show seat as early as this fall, in an effort to bring in more younger viewers and better compete with ABC's Jimmy Kimmel. But if that happens, how will replace ... Read Post
Late night hosts are using everything they've got to poke fun at the Republican presidential candidate race, from Jimmy Fallon making campaign ad parodies to Jimmy Kimmel’s “A Charlie Brown GOP Debate." But “The Tonight Show’s” Jay ... Read Post
Bill O’Reilly stopped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night for two lively segments. The first included an impersonation of James Carville (which I thought was better than Leno). The second found O’Reilly admitting that he’d ... Read Post