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(Bitten and Bound)   Jimmy Fallon revealed his baby's name during Wednesday's Late Night opening monologue. We're pleased to report that it isn't George. w/video   (bittenandbound.com) divider line 18
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2013-07-25 10:06:06 AM  
I think that this story is actually on the wrong focus, I find it less interesting that Jimmy Fallon has named a baby than someone would actually willingly have sex with Jimmy Fallon.
 
2013-07-25 10:58:30 AM  
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2013-07-25 11:41:38 AM  
Three people gave enough of a damn to come into this thread.

/We suck
 
2013-07-25 11:44:19 AM  
So I have just one question. When he announced, did he look at the camera and laugh, thus ruining the announcement for the viewers at home?

/now where's the guy who had sex with my daughter
 
2013-07-25 11:49:46 AM  
If everyone enjoyed their lives half as much as Jimmy Fallon seems to enjoy his, this world would be a much, much better place.
 
2013-07-25 11:53:03 AM  
who?
 
2013-07-25 12:14:34 PM  

Uncle Pooky: If everyone enjoyed their lives half as much as Jimmy Fallon seems to enjoy his, this world would be a much, much better place.


In your sentiment, yes, the world needs a lot more Jimmy Fallons.  But that guy has a giant horseshoe up his ass (or many, many little ones) and I don't think the world could handle very many more undeserving successful people than we already have.
That said, on his show he is 1000 times better than he was in his SNL days.  He just didn't deserve to get past the Weekend Update desk and now people will use his name in the same breath as Parr, Carson, Leno, and Letterman & O'Brien.  Too far, man.  Too damn far.
 
2013-07-25 12:33:31 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: Uncle Pooky: If everyone enjoyed their lives half as much as Jimmy Fallon seems to enjoy his, this world would be a much, much better place.

In your sentiment, yes, the world needs a lot more Jimmy Fallons.  But that guy has a giant horseshoe up his ass (or many, many little ones) and I don't think the world could handle very many more undeserving successful people than we already have.
That said, on his show he is 1000 times better than he was in his SNL days.  He just didn't deserve to get past the Weekend Update desk and now people will use his name in the same breath as Parr, Carson, Leno, and Letterman & O'Brien.  Too far, man.  Too damn far.


I wasn't really trying to engage a debate about how deserving, lucky or successful Fallon (or anyone else) is. My point was simply that he seems to be a happy, good-natured person, and I sure wish I ran into more of them (including when I look in the mirror).
 
2013-07-25 01:06:36 PM  
I've always liked Jimmy Fallon and am not ashamed of it.
 
2013-07-25 01:29:35 PM  
Princess Consuela Bananahammock.
 
2013-07-25 01:43:24 PM  

xoxo: I've always liked Jimmy Fallon and am not ashamed of it.


So do I.  I can like who I like, and I'm cool with that.
 
2013-07-25 03:45:10 PM  
Jimmy Fallon is good at imitating talented people...that's about it.  Though I do hear that his talk show isn't entirely ass.
 
2013-07-25 04:41:06 PM  
He will have lots of time to spend with her after his Tonight Show bombs.

I mean, it's gonna be a helluva train wreck ratings-wise. All the competition is very happy with the development.
 
2013-07-25 04:43:23 PM  
You can look for NBC to throw some major millions at Jon Stewart a couple of years from now.

If CBS doesn't already have him signed up to replace Letterman after he retires. And Letterman will do a Carson retirement when he goes. He will just drop the news one day without any warning.
 
2013-07-25 06:31:34 PM  

Crackers Are a Family Food: xoxo: I've always liked Jimmy Fallon and am not ashamed of it.

So do I.  I can like who I like, and I'm cool with that.


My personal favorite is Craig Ferguson, but Fallon has always been a close second.  Kimmel has his moments, but Leno is unfunny and Letterman should have retired 10 years ago.
 
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2013-07-25 07:27:10 PM  
Winnie Rose Fallon is actually a rather normal and nice sounding name. Good for him for not naming it something 'unique and edgy'.
 
2013-07-25 10:00:07 PM  

guestguy: Jimmy Fallon is good at imitating talented people...that's about it.  Though I do hear that his talk show isn't entirely ass.


His show is a much better medium for him than SNL ever was.

He's definitely found where he belongs. It took him a while, but I find myself laughing more and more at clips of his recent shows.
 
2013-07-26 02:21:13 AM  

guestguy: Jimmy Fallon is good at imitating talented people...that's about it.  Though I do hear that his talk show isn't entirely ass.


You know what, it's a fun show. I wasn't a fan of his when it started, and he got off to an awkward start, but he's grown into it and figured out his voice.

I'll give him this - he's the only late-night host who's happy, outgoing, and genuinely likes people. I find his lack of cynicism kinda refreshing.
 
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