Howard Stern Says He's Done With Late Night Talk Shows, Tells Jimmy Fallon to Never Take 'The Tonight Show' (VIDEO)

Howard Stern came onto 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM on NBC) to announce that he was done with late night talk shows. If he's to be believed, this was his last appearance ever on any of them. "It's a lot of pressure to come out here," he told Jimmy Fallon. "What, I've got to prove myself to you? I mean come on, really." Stern then offered Fallon, as the new kid in late night, some advice. "If they tell you they want to give you 'The Tonight Show,' smack them in the head," he said. He went on to explain about what a cushy job 'Late Night' is.

Top Moments: The Bachelor's Love Woes and Glee's Dreamy First Kiss

Our top moments of the week: 12. Shot Through the Gut Award:   On House , the newly single doc has some fun with hookers and his hotel room service guy, Carnell, when he attempts to shoot an apple off one of his latest conquest's head, William Tell-style, with a bow and arrow. Despite Carnell's pleas to stop, House fires the arrow — into the girl's stomach, unleashing a pool of red liquid. No worries — the blood was fake, and the bow and arrow was rigged. Carnell, you just got punk'd! 11. Biggest Cry for Help: Steven Tyler has shown his...

Jimmy Fallon Thanks Tiger Woods For All the Great Material He Provided on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Jimmy Fallon recognized that it was kind of a big deal that Tiger Woods was willing to make an appearance on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:35AM on ABC). After all, thanks to his antics the past year or so, late night shows have had very little work to do when it comes to coming up with their nightly monologues. "That is like a magical thing to happen, your awful pain," Fallon told Woods. "And we laughed at your pain. I mean, not even making jokes. It kind of wrote itself." Woods was a good sport about the whole thing as Fallon went on about how great it was making light of the struggles of Woods' personal life. Maybe it helped soften the blow that Fallon was so sincere in his thanks for all the great material.

6 things you may not know about Jimmy Fallon and 'Late Night'

Jimmy Fallon took center stage at the 2011 PaleyFest Friday night (March 11), and this time he was the interviewee, not the interviewer.Fallon was the sole guest at the festival, submitting to an easygoing, funny and clip-filled interview with his friend, comedian and "Web Soup" host Chris Hardwick. He talked a lot about how he puts together "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the type of people he likes to work with (he hired his writers "based on their talent, not their resumes") and about his career leading up to "Late Night," including his time on "Saturday Night Live."He also shared a few things we didn't previously know. Depending on your level of Fallon fanaticism, some of these things might be familiar to you. But we thought found the following six tidbits pretty interesting.1. He didn't pass his first "Saturday Night Live" audition. Producers liked his audition bit -- as part of his early stand-up act,...

Jimmy Fallon Celebrates Two Years on Late Night: My Parents Are Now Addicted to Red Bull!

Two years and 406 episodes later, Jimmy Fallon has just one complaint about the success of Late Night : His parents now crave Red Bull. "I wish my parents would DVR my show or Tivo it. They're staying up too late," Fallon told Apparently, mom and dad watch the show live every night at 12:37 a.m. "They're becoming night owls. They're opening up a night club now. They're addicted to Red Bull. I'm afraid for their health." But aside from his parents' sleep deprivation, Fallon had little to complain about at Friday's PaleyFest panel celebrating his two-year anniversary. "It's gone by so fast," he said. "Sometimes it feels like two weeks and sometimes it feels like 100 years." Read More...

Jimmy Fallon's Charlie Sheen impression: Winning!

Jimmy Fallon's "Saturday Night Live" days gave him plenty of opportunity to parody celebrities, but this may be his best one ever. If you close your eyes, he sounds exactly like Charlie Sheen. He looks like him, too.Fallon aired this "ad" for Charlie Sheen's new fragrance (called "Winning," obviously) on Wednesday night, and it went viral fast. "The only drug I'm on is Charlie Sheen. I took a lot of Charlie Sheen. I'm going to embrace my life. I'm going to put both arms around it and love it, violently, and defend it violently through violent hatred," he says, using Sheen's words from his "20/20" special.Our favorite part is when he pokes fun at Charlie for giving Chuck Lorre a hard time for not using his real name, Chaim Levine. "What's my real name? Carlos Estevez. Como se dice 'winning'?" he quips, cigarette dangling precariously from his lip."I feast on the bones of trolls. Winning!"...

Jimmy Fallon Channels Charlie Sheen, Sells His 'Winning' Cologne (VIDEO)

Given all the hilariously outrageous comments Charlie Sheen has offered up over the last week, it was high time Jimmy Fallon put his stellar impressionist skills to work on the actor. On 'Late Night' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), the host fashioned himself after Sheen in his epic 'Piers Morgan Tonight' interview (wearing NYC T-shirt, etc.), and channeled the TV star in an advertisement for his "cologne" called (very appropriately) Winning. Between puffs on his cigarette, he shared a pensive stream of non sequiturs, i.e., familiar Sheen phrases with an added twist: "Adonis DNA. I'm a bitchin' rock star. Blood of a tiger. I'm like Zeus in a speedo. The only drug I'm on is Charlie Sheen. Wanna know Chuck's real name? Chaim Levine. What's that? What's my real name? Carlos Estevez. Como se dice winning ?!"

Snooki Talks 'Team Meatballs' and Being Chilean -- Not Italian (VIDEO)

Jimmy Fallon wants to join Deena and Snooki on Team Meatballs. "You need to audition first," she told him on 'Late Night' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). "[And] you need to cut your legs off because you're too tall." Jimmy suggested a "Meatball Idol" for others interested in joining. Snooki loved the idea. The host then asked if she was excited about filming season four of 'Jersey Shore' in Italy. "I always wanted to go to Chile, because that's where I was born, but Italy, you know, that's awesome because that's like my family." This utterly confused him. Snooki explained that she ("The Ultimate Guidette") was in fact adopted by an Italian-American family.

Jimmy Fallon to Parody Jersey Shore?

Mike Shoemaker, a producer for Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, recently tweeted this pic of the comedic host, saying "Shooting top secret new series for the show." Well, it may be top secret, but judging by Jimmy's Pauly D-esque wig, T-shirt time worthy tee, and shore-style gesture, we're pretty sure there's a Jersey Shore parody in the works.Since Jimmy has already learned how to fist-pump from the master, we're confident he can pull off a pretty hilarious imitation of our fave guidos. But will...

Jennifer Aniston Plays Charades With Jimmy Fallon and Audience Members on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

It was a good-old fashioned game of charades on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). Guest Jennifer Aniston and Jimmy Fallon each paired up with a partner from the studio audience and faced off in two rounds. Aniston was up first, but she was given an incredibly long phrase to try and get her partner to say: 'The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest.' By the time she got to the fifth word, her time was up. Fallon and his partner had much shorter phrases to figure out. We might just have to call shenanigans on the whole game for that. Did Fallon stack it in his favor? Regardless, we're giving the prize for best clues to Aniston's partner on their second phrase.