Our top moments of the week:
12. Worst Flameout: After weeks of training at the academy, the time finally comes for Dawson to take the final firefighters test on Chicago Fire. Although she starts out strong, helping to untangle another trainee's hose, she trips and injures her ankle. She recovers to finish the test, but a...
Adam Sandler, Jimmy Fallon, Drew Barrymore
Longtime co-stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore truly love each other.
Minnie Driver, Ellen DeGeneres
This week, kids got together to film their own versions of the Best Picture Oscar nominees, with hilariously adorable results. Also adorable in a non-hilarious way: a paralyzed French bulldog learned to walk with the help of some prosthetic feet. In celebrity news, Ellen DeGeneres and Minnie Driver auditioned for Downton Abbey, Josh Groban saluted Jimmy Kimmel's 2,000th episode, and Fred Armisen and Jimmy Fallon paid tribute to The Beatles. And Netflix got in a few jabs at its competitor Amazon with a parody advertisement of its new "Drone to Home" DVD delivery service. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Seth Meyers kicked off his Late Night debut Monday by paying tribute to his predecessor. Writing a "thank you note" — which was a regular segment on the old Late Night — to current Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, Meyers promised to...
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are back at it again!
On Friday's Tonight Show, the duo performed the "History of Rap Volume 5," taking on favorites like Salt 'N' Pepa's "Whatta Man," Beastie Boys' "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)" and the more recent hit "Good Life" from Kanye West and T-Pain. The medley comes just a few days after Fallon's inaugural show that featured him and Will Smith doing "The Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing."
Jay Leno out, Ross Mathews in! The beloved, former Tonight Show intern returns to E! with Season 2 of his hit talk show, Hello Ross (premiering Friday, Feb. 21 at 10/9c), but there's no confirmation of his ex-boss's appearance just yet.
Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell and Michelle Obama
The First Lady is showing off her comedic chops once again with the help of Jimmy Fallon.
On Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show, Michelle Obama dropped by Fallon's recurring "Ew!" skit, which features the host as a teenage girl named Sara who is grossed out by pretty much everything. While Will Ferrell was also dressed in character for the skit, Obama played herself as she raved about exercise to promote her "Let's Move!" campaign.
NBC reveals first week of guests on Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
"I think exercise is ew," Ferrell exclaims.
"Exercise is not ew!" Obama responds, explaining her love for dance, tennis and even push-ups.
Our top moments of the week:
11. Worst Surprise Party: On Switched at Birth, Kathryn's new BFF Renzo surprises everyone when he turns her impromptu book party into a murder-mystery game. However, the biggest surprise comes later in the evening, when Kathryn overhears her husband, John, talking to their son's mother-in-law, Jennice, about the kiss they shared while Kathryn was out of town. Kathryn reveals herself as the (fictional) murderer, cuts the party short and then kicks John out of the house. That's one way to...
Anthony David Miles, Tom Shillue, Jimmy Fallon, Chris Tartaro
This week, Jimmy Fallon made his debut as host of The Tonight Show, and welcomed a host of celebrity guests — the most entertaining of which was Kristen Wiig, who did her entire interview in character as One Direction's Harry Styles. With NBC devoting its prime time programming to Olympics coverage, Parks and Recreation launched its online spin-off The Hapley Group, and Parenthood's companion web series incorporated the show's long-awaited crossover with Friday Night Lights. Also bowing this week were Marlon Wayans' new comedy channel, and Chipotle's original web series Farmed and Dangerous. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Jimmy Fallon continues to bring the laughs during his first week as host of The Tonight Show. Highlights of Wednesday's show included a mash-up video of NBC News anchor Brian Williams "rapping" the words to Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight."