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Justin Timberlake Is a Menswear Salesman on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

The 'Suit and Tie' singer showcases his gag skills as he teams up with Steve Carell to sell suits in a hilarious sketch called Jacob's Patience. //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00058683.html

10 Thoughts On Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake's 'History of Rap, Part Two'

1. Oh man, has it really been almost a year since Jimmy and Justin did their "History of Rap" Part One ? Time sure flies when you're spending all day, every day inside the internet. 2. How do they remember all these transitions? I wonder how many times they practiced this before the show. 3. They're so cute together, with their little dance moves! I wish Jimmy Fallon was starring opposite Justin Timberlake in No Strings Attached 2: Friends with Benefits instead of Mila.I'd totally see that. 4. I need to re-find every single Salt 'n' Pepa song ever written. GAWD those ladies were the best. //www.buddytv.com/articles/remote-patrol/10-thoughts-i-had-during-jimmy-41087.aspx

Move Over Conan

Wow. This show was great. If anyone hasn't heard about this show check it out. Basically Jimmy Fallon has replaced Conan O'Brein (sp?) and the results of his premier tonight were great. I've never been that into Jimmy Fallon before, (probably due to his mega-hit Taxi right?) but I went into this show tonight with an open mind, hoping he succeeded. And he did. Here's why: This was some real honest television. Our screens are crowded with reality shows and all that crap all the time. We are constantly flooded with superfluous garbage that as the late great George Carlin would say, "is all bulls*** folks, and it's bad for ya." Well not this show. Basically I saw Jimmy just joking around like a classic talk show host feeding off his audience's energy and entertaining us with a real genuine persona. He came through like himself: Jimmy Fallon. And that's what I think is going to make us all turn our TVs to NBC every week night: an honest, but hilarious personality. No faking. And here's possibly the main reason why this show was awesome: The Roots are his house band. That's right folks. The Legendary Roots Crew is backing up former SNL host Jimmy Fallon. This was some of the best Late Night TV music I've ever heard. (coming from quite a bias, however, seeing that The Roots are one of my favorite bands.) But still, I've never been a fan of popular TV, but this tops my charts. Check him out daily guys, he's worth it.