Jimmy Fallon and Gilbert Gottfried Revisit an Old 'SNL' Impression (VIDEO)

Controversial comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried stopped by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC) and found himself on the receiving end of a joke. Jimmy Fallon revealed that for his first-ever appearance on 'Saturday Night Live' he had to impersonate Gottfried taking part in an episode of 'Hollywood Squares' that was supposedly being taped during an earthquake. In the sketch, the celebrity contestants, true pros that they are, continue to play the game despite horrific injuries and falling masonry. Gottfried said Fallon's impression was so accurate that he saw the show on a screen as he was walking through Times Square in New York City, "and I thought, 'Is that me? I don't own that jacket!'"

Fallon Feeds Nick Offerman and Maya Rudolph a Ron Swanson Turkey Burger (VIDEO)

Ron Swanson is a man's man on 'Parks & Recreation.' As such, he would never stoop to replacing beef with turkey. So in a recent episode when asked if he'd tried a turkey burger, he replied that he'd eaten a "deep-fried turkey leg inside a beef burger." With Nick Offerman on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), Jimmy Fallon had just that. He pulled out an enormous burger on a bun the size of Maya Rudolph's pregnant belly. According to Offerman, the turkey bone was still in the burger. Regardless, in it's own way it did look delicious. "Do you have to unhinge your jaw to put that thing in your mouth?" Rudolph asked from across the couch. She was about to find out as Fallon cut the burger into three parts: A quarter each for Offerman and Fallon and half for Rudolph and baby.

Chelsea Handler and Jimmy Fallon Revisit His Nasty Fall on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Some moments just live on and on. It may have been a new interview with Chelsea Handler on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), but Jimmy Fallon couldn't help bringing up what happened the last time she was on the show. "Last time you were here, I almost died," he said dramatically. In all seriousness, he did take a pretty nasty spill across the stage, which they showed us again -- once in slow motion even so we could capture every crack of breaking glass and the gaping 'O' growing on Handler's face. But Fallon was ever the professional and finished the segment, holding up Handler's book she was promoting at the time, with blood running down his arm.

Video: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Are Stalkers in Jimmy Fallon's 'Jersey Shore' Spoof

Before they end up having a catfight with 'Drootchie', the '30 Rock' star and the 'Parks and Recreation' beauty hit 'Jersey Floor' where Jimmy 'J Bro' Fallon and the gang are partying.

Watch! Jimmy Fallon's Jersey Floor Episode 2, Starring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

Check out Jimmy Fallon's brilliant Jersey Shore parody, Jersey Floor. This episode features jabs at the Sammi/Ronnie drama, a prank war ("These aren't even good pranks. I mean, these people are just dicks!"), and Jimmy's former SNL co-stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.!%20Jimmy%20Fallon's%20Jersey%20Floor%20Episode%202,%20Starring%20Tina%20Fey%20and%20Amy%20Poehler

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Jersey It Up and Stalk Fallon on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Jersey invaded 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM on NBC), along with several of Jimmy Fallon's former 'Saturday Night Live' castmates. It was a veritable reunion of the power women of five to ten years ago with Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Rachel Dratch all appearing. The video short was an obvious spoof of 'Jersey Shore,' featuring Fey and Poehler as two new girls coming into the club with some very different ideas to most of the gorillas in there. "Let's have a relationship," Poehler told one guy as they were grinding to the beat. Fey approached Fallon. "I wanna make babies with you," she said, properly freaking him out.

Arvin From Jersey Shore Season 3 to Make Appearance on Jimmy Fallon

As we recently reported, Jimmy Fallon is making a pretty funny Jersey Shore parody skit series called Jersey Floor. A new "episode" is airing during tonight (May 5, 2011)'s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and here's the big news: It will probably include a cameo from an actual Jersey Shore guido. Jimmy Fallon producer Mike Shoemaker tweeted this photo earlier today, saying, "Jersey Floor tonight! Real #JerseyShore fan? Look who was at our shoot. Life imitates Arvin." Yep, he means that Arvin. The...

Alec Baldwin and Jimmy Fallon Joke about Trump Running for President (VIDEO)

Alec Baldwin thinks it's a good thing if Donald Trump runs for the presidency. He talked about it with Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:35AM ET on NBC) and he seemed to think it would be great. "Trump running for president is a good thing. It's fun," Baldwin said. "Trump winning the presidency, that's a bad thing." Certainly, it would make for some very lively debates like we got back when Ross Perot was running and earned a spot in the major debates. Considering Fallon does a pretty good Trump impression, 'Late Night' would obviously love it.

Whoopi Goldberg Talks 'Sister Act' on Broadway,' Fallon Suggests 'The View' Musical (VIDEO)

With 'Sister Act' taking Broadway by storm, Whoopi Goldberg told 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC) she's not done yet. "it really is about world domination by 'Sister Act,'" she said, citing openings in London, Vienna, Italy, Korea and possibly Japan. "We're just gonna bring 'Sister Act' because, come on, singing nuns and a girl on the run. There's nothing more fun than that," she said. Jimmy Fallon then countered with a new idea for a musical. "'The View: The Musical,'" he said. "Right? All these personalities?" After a moment of confusion as she processed the obvious ridiculousness of the suggestion, Goldberg went with it. What followed was a fun ad-libbed musical number between the two of them spoofing when Joy Behar and Goldberg walked off the set of 'The View' over comments Bill O'Reilly made.

Jimmy Fallon as Donald Trump Responds to Bin Laden Death on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Donald Trump offered congratulations and praise to the president regarding the death of Osama bin Laden. But Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC) knew exactly what Trump really wanted to say about the presidential announcement cutting off the end of 'The Celebrity Apprentice' on Sunday night. Fallon did a great impression of The Donald, and even had a backdrop similar to the one Obama used to make his announcement. Perhaps it was to emphasize the importance of the situation, and as it turns out, Trump's role in it. "President Obama is so scared of me and so desperate for attention that he felt the need to hunt down and kill Osama bin Laden right in the middle of my show," Fallon said as Trump. "Classic Obama move."