Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jimmy Fallon rock graduation gowns as they deliver a hilarious commencement speech as 1989 high school students with the two lowest GPAs on The Tonight Show on Thursday (May 21) in New York City. “Me and Jimmy may or may not deliver a ‘special’ commencement speech tonight,” the 42-year-old actor [...]
Jimmy Fallon never ceases to set the Internet on fire with his weekly segment “Tonight Show Hashtags”, and this week was no exception. The Huffington Post reported that this week’s hashtag was #misheardlyrics, and, as Jimmy Fallon explained himself, the rules were simple and the result was almost immediate. Show More Summary
As students across the country prepare to say goodbye to their beloved high school years, Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson have teamed up to deliver a commencement speech - 1989 style. In this sketch from The Tonight Show Starring...Show More Summary
Jamie Foxx played the “Wheel of Impressions” with Jimmy Fallon, and he took the game to a whole new level. [The Tonight Show] A man brought a stuffed owl to court as his lawyer, whom he described as “a very sensitive guy” with “law degrees...Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson did some epic time-travelling in Thursday’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Entertainment Weekly reports. The comedian teamed up with the wrestler and action film heartthrob to deliver a hilarious commencement speech sketch set in — wait for it — 1989. Show More Summary
Long before he became the late night legend who retired after more than 33 years on television this week, David Letterman was a young comedian and frequent guest on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show. It was at this moment in 1981, between...Show More Summary
It's commencement season and to celebrate, Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson did a "1989 commencement speech" sketch on "The Tonight Show" Thursday (May 21). Fallon and Johnson are Bobby Ristick and Logan Duffy, a.k.a. "Dufftron 3000," and they're the lowest-GPA students at Oneonta High School. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne Johnson threw it way back on Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show. With high school and college graduations taking place around the country these days, the comedian and the actor took on the roles of Bobby Ristick...Show More Summary
Why couldn't we have a speech like this?! Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jimmy Fallon took a moment out of the Tonight Show on Thursday to go back in time and play a couple of graduating seniors from Oneonta High School Class of 1989. No, they weren't the valedictorians, they were the two kids with the [...]
Sure, it's a little disheartening when you find out Chumbawamba doesn't actually sing "I get knocked down by an elephant," but Jimmy Fallon is here to make sure that's never gonna keep you down. The "Tonight Show" host decided to glorify your sing-along snafus by making this week's hashtag #MisheardLyrics. Show More Summary
Just in time for graduation season, Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne Johnson gave the commencement speech of a lifetime on Thursday night's Tonight Show. Playing 1989 high school super-seniors Bobby Ristick and Logan Duffy, Fallon and Johnson were introduced as the two students with the lowest GPAs in the class. Show More Summary
Jamie Foxx may have bombed the national anthem at the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, but his vocal skills are still one of a kind. Foxx stopped by the “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” to promote his new album and while there, he participated...Show More Summary
Jamie Foxx nailed his impressions of John Legend and Jennifer Hudson while playing a game of “Wheel of Musical Impressions” with Jimmy Fallon on a recent episode of The Tonight Show. Jimmy challenges Jamie to a game of random musical impressions, such as John Legend singing the Toys “R” Us jingle.
Looks like he won't be getting "The Tonight Show." Wednesday night was David Letterman's final show and, without a doubt, his entrance and monologue brought some of the best moments. His finest joke of the night might have been whenShow More Summary
David Letterman started off his 6,028th and final late-night broadcast last night with an admission: "It's beginning to look like I'm not going to get The Tonight Show." He kept up his trademark self-deprecating tone throughout his final Late Show episode, joined by plenty of celebrities and old friends...
"I'll be honest with you," David Letterman said at the outset of his very last show after more than three decades. "It's beginning to look like I’m not going to get 'The Tonight Show.'"
"It's beginning to look like I'm not going to get The Tonight Show." Gosh darn it, that was hilarious. We didn't want it to be, because we thought...
After a quick cross-stage dash, David Letterman opened his final episode hosting The Late Show by jokingly lamenting opportunities lost. “I’ll be honest with you: it’s beginning to look like I’m not going to get The Tonight Show,” he quipped after welcoming the...
"It's beginning to look like I'm not gonna get The Tonight Show." And with that zinger, we're off David Letterman celebrated his last show at the helm of CBS' The Late Show Wednesday night, ending a 22-year run as host — and an overall...Show More Summary
Tonight is David Letterman’s last show after 33 years of hosting late night television. Here’s his final opening monologue, in which he looks back on his decades of work. Read more...