Serio-comedy about two young on-again/off-again couples amidst the hip cultural scene of Seattle.
Jimmy asks Hailee about learning to drive under the tutelage of her older brother, a NASCAR driver, and the two talk about her new film "Ender's Game."
Jimmy weighs the good and the bad of replacing Charlie Hunnam as the lead in the upcoming "50 Shades of Grey" film.
Johnny Knoxville tells Jimmy how he sustained an ugly injury while unintentionally under the influence at a University of Arizona frat house.
Johnny explains how the cast of "Bad Grandpa" pulled off a funeral prank while making the film.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, October 22. Part 2 of 2
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, October 22. Part 1 of 2
Jimmy and Johnny play a game of Battleship, but any correct guess forces the opponent to take a shot of tequila or beer.
Joel tells Jimmy his path to becoming the pastor of Lakewood Church, which has a global reach, and the two talk about his book "Break Out!"
Rebel tells Jimmy how she lived up to her name during her boarding school days, and the two talk about her new movie "Super Fun Night."
Jimmy weighs the good and the bad of dancing with Bill Nye the Science Guy, who was eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars."
On the first day of the government shutdown, President Obama stops by Late Night after he couldn't score tickets to "Jersey Boys."
Bridget Fonda, Matt Dillon, Kyra Sedgwick and Campbell Scott in an "exuberant romantic comedy" (Rolling Stone) about Seattle twenty- somethings searching for-and running from-love. Bonus: Two outake scenes.
In the early 90's, six of Seattle's youth, most of whom live in the same apartment building, share lives revolving around the city's ever-expanding music scene.
Bridget Fonda, Matt Dillon, Kyra Sedgwick and Campbell Scott in a high-spirited romantic comedy about Seattle twenty- somethings searching for-and running from-love.
Ends 05/17/14. Eight legends of the music business join the pantheon of rock immortals in this star-studded event. HBO has your front-row seat at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles as a parade of guests and current Hall of Famers honor Rock's newest inductees: Heart, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Rush, the late Donna Summer, Albert King, Quincy Jones and Lou Adler.