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College Student Films Shot-for-Shot Remake of The Tonight Show Opening to Apply for an Internship

Weber State University student Nick Garrett created a shot-for-shot remake of the opening of The Tonight Show to apply for an internship at the show. In the video, Garrett replaced host Jimmy Fallon with himself and used locations in Salt Lake City instead of New York City. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips Related Laughing Squid […]
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