'Jersey Shore' Tribute: Jimmy Fallon Spoofs DJ Pauly D, Snooki (Video)

8.8 Million fans couldn't wait for the premiere of  Jersey Shore on Thursday night. Among them was NBC’s  Late Night  host Jimmy Fallon . Fallon dedicated his own Aug. 4 show to the infamous guidos and guidettes, who jetted off to Florence, Italy for the fourth season of their MTV reality show. Between fist pumping, graphic tee’s and wigs styled in  Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi  and  Paul "DJ Pauly D" Delvecchio ’s signature coifs, Fallon included a product promotion for the newest addition to the  Jersey Shore  franchise. Read More...

Top Moments: Late Night's Teen Wolf Do-Over, Bachelorette's Bad Breakup

Our top moments of the week: 11. Worst Liar:   Jerry Bruckheimer 's new heist show   Take the Money & Run   rewards criminal masterminding: Hide a case containing $100,000 and if the cops can't find it within 48 hours while you're being interrogated, the dough is yours. How hard can it be, right? Apparently   very   hard for Paul. With 15 hours to go, Paul folds like a cheap tent — with tears in his eyes, natch — and confesses where he and his brother, Raul, hid the suitcase because he couldn't handle the interrogators getting all up in his personal space and messing with his head in a cold cell any longer. Uh, does he not understand that this is not real? You're not actually in jail, dude! And you just cost you and your brother $100,000! Kudos to Raul for not losing it afterward... on camera at least. 10. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Award:   Evan musters up the courage to propose to Paige on   Royal Pains . The good news? She is beside herself with joy! The bad news? She immediately asks Evan when he asked her dad for his blessing, only to learn Evan never did — so she forces Evan to get permission first. That's   one   way to kill the mood! 9. Best Battle Cry:   Ari Gold snaps — big time — on   Entourage   when his estranged wife storms into his office to tell him to butt out of her personal life and reveals to him that she's not, in fact, dating a waiter at Bobby Flay's restaurant, but Bobby Flay himself! Ari interrupts a staff meeting to officially declare war against the jovial Food Network personality (or "fire crotch," as he calls him). "Bobby Flay is my sworn enemy, which means he is yours!" Should we get this heated rivalry for here or to go? Read More...

Jason Bateman and Jimmy Fallon Recreate a Scene From 'Teen Wolf Too' (VIDEO)

Jason Bateman is known now as a go-to guy for solid, hilarious comedic performances. But he's long been a staple of great cinema, as evidenced by his star turn in 'Teen Wolf Too.' He stepped into the big -- well okay, little -- shoes of Michael J. Fox and blew Jimmy Fallon away on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). He showed a clip of Bateman intimidating a woman at school and then he and Bateman decided to recreate the scene with Fallon as the old lady. It was ... well, about as good as the original actually. Neither could quite stay in character, and we couldn't help laughing along as Fallon overacted both the disdain at Bateman's character and then ultimately the fear as he "wolfed" out a bit, intimidating her. It didn't quite make us want to go watch 'Teen Wolf Too,' but it did make us want to see them recreate some scenes from 'Love Stinks' next.

Jimmy Fallon Challenges Cory Monteith to a Jelly Donut Shootout (VIDEO)

Followers of 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC) know how much Jimmy Fallon loves to play games with guests. He debuted a new one tonight that involved elements of hockey, and he was playing against Canadian Cory Monteith. Sounds like Fallon should be at a disadvantage, but Monteith did not do his hockey-representing Canadians proud at all in the first ever Jelly Donut Shootout. First, he was even more stiff and awkward in front of a hockey net trying to play goalie than Finn is at dancing on 'Glee.' Even though he hit a piece of the set way up high, Fallon still managed to score twice on Monteith. When it was Monteith's turn to shoot, Fallon eventually just laid down as his shots weren't even coming close to the net. In the end, it was Fallon winning 2-0. At least Canada can be proud of Monteith's abilities on the small screen.

'Late Night Show' Video: Jimmy Fallon Interviews Steve Carell in 'Other Voices'

The 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon ' host and the 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.' star wear strange turtlenecks in a sketch where other people voice them.

Top Moments: Jimmy and JT Do a Rap Redux and Breaking Bad Gets Cutthroat

Our top moments of the week: 14. Best Kiss:  On Switched at Birth , Bay and Emmett continue to get closer, despite the hearing barrier between them. When Bay is unable to understand that Emmett is signing, "I like you," Emmett instead tries speaking the international language... and kisses her. Where words fail, kisses succeed. 13. Most Awkward Dance: During an appearance on  Today  to promote  Crazy Stupid Love , Ryan Gosling mentions that he's able to perform the famous lift from Dirty Dancing.  Al Roker asks Gosling to prove it, with Roker standing in for Jennifer Grey....

The Turkish Baths Didn't Live Up to Ryan Gosling's Fantasy (VIDEO)

When you think of a Turkish bath house, you might have the same romanticized version of it in your head that Ryan Gosling did. But, as he told Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), the reality was a whole different creature. Gosling didn't get beautiful women fanning him with palm leaves and feeding him grapes. "It's just like a big hairy Turkish guy who washes you with a bar of soap," he said. It was bad enough, he thought, paying for this, but it got much worse when in a moment of pain at the rough treatment, Gosling opened his mouth and the guy's stomach went into his mouth. "You know how when you eat something weird, your brain sends your tongue to investigate?" he asked ...

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Are Back With 'History of Rap, Part 2' (VIDEO)

Back in September 2010, Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon collaborated on a brilliant look back at hip-hop with "The History of Rap" on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). If you thought lightning couldn't strike twice in the same place, you're wrong. Timberlake was back, and they proved what was awesome once could be awesome again with "The History of Rap, Part 2." Featuring all new samples from across the hip-hop spectrum, we had as much fun going down memory lane as we did enjoying their performances. What's crazy scary is how good both of them have proven to be at hip-hop. This time around they tackled songs like 'Push It,' 'It Takes Two,' 'Insane in the Membrane,' 'Hot inHerre,' In Da Club,' 'Hey Ya' and closed with a rousing audience singalong on Biz Markie's 'Just a Friend.'

Bob Saget Wants to Submit a Tape of Himself to 'America's Funniest Home Videos' (VIDEO)

Bob Saget isn't proud of the story he told on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), but he must have felt it was important for him to share it. He left absolutely no detail out, and did a masterful job of building a growing sense of dread, anticipation and suspense as the story progressed. From the details of him wearing a robe and Ugg slippers to the fact that there was a ladder near a pool, and a jacuzzi was involved, we had an idea of where it was going. But still the exact scenario was pretty funny. To hang a hummingbird feeder, he hooked a wire to a hammer and climbed the ladder to throw the hammer and wire over a tree branch. "I threw it, the hammer came off and came at me and I fell off the ladder into the jacuzzi," he admitted.

Jimmy Fallon Coerces Blake Shelton Into Singing With Him on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Blake Shelton has done a lot of talk shows throughout his long and successful career. But he's never experienced a moment like he did on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). He might have thought it odd when Jimmy Fallon told him he had a few more questions, but we know he was shocked when Fallon started asking them. Abrupty, and with the accompaniment of The Roots, Fallon stood and started singing a slightly modified version of 'The Pina Colada Song.' "Do you like pina coladas?" he sang, and abruptly sat down. Shelton looked stunned and started looking around like he didn't know what was going on, and then Fallon simply stood and continued, asking him, "And getting caught in the rain? Do you like making love at midnight?"