'Inside Comedy': Jimmy Fallon and Zach Galifianakis launch the Season 3 premiere

"Inside Comedy" returned Monday (Feb. 3) on Showtime with an interview with Jimmy Fallon, who is about to leave "Late Night" for "The Tonight Show." In an interesting bit, Fallon talks about how his version of "Late Night" became so wacky, known for its musical parodies and skits. Fallon reminds us that when he took over "Late Night," Jay Leno was on at 10 p.m., then Conan O'Brien was hosting "Tonight" and then Fallon was third. He says that after two late-night talk shows, the monologue had been done, the jokes had been made. So he had to start thinking outside the box and that's when things like Fallon as Neil Young came about.He also regales viewers with the story of how he got his start performing -- it was for a radio contest when he was in high school. He did impressions for two minutes and made $700, which was a lot of money...



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