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Jimmy showcases his incredible ability to look at photos of Olympians in competition and share what they're thinking.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, February 20.
The First Lady tells Jimmy how her daughters, Malia and Sasha, go out of their way to be normal teenagers, and why she's not anxious to compete in the Winter Olympics.
Jimmy asks First Lady Michelle Obama about two major White House initiatives: Let's Move and the Affordable Care Act.
Will, who is normally passionate about the Olympics, tells Jimmy why he's rather sour this year, and the two talk about the new version of "Anchorman 2" coming out in theaters for just one week.
Jimmy asks First Lady Michelle Obama about some of her firsts, including her first job and first school dance.
Music guest Arcade Fire performs "Afterlife" for the Tonight Show audience.
First Lady Michelle Obama teaches Sara and Stacy that being active and eating right isn't so "ew!"
Will, dressed to figure skate, performs his routine to the "Downton Abbey" theme.
For the first time, cameras are taken outside of the Top Chef kitchen and into the lives of Bravo Media's most beloved former cheftestants in Life After Top Chef. The show follows Richard Blais in Atlanta, Jen Carroll in Philadelphia, Spike Mendelsohn in D.C., and Fabio Viviani in Los Angeles as they reach milestones in both their personal lives and culinary careers, from opening their own restaurants to expanding franchises and establishing themselves as culinary leaders in the food world.
First Lady Michelle Obama and Will Ferrell stop by The Tonight Show, as well as a performance by Arcade Fire.
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Presidential Crises and Scandals; First Ladies Throughout the Years; Families in the White House
Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri meet eight rising kid chefs as their parents watch on from the parents' lounge. The young chefs will vie for the grand prize, which will give the winner his or her own Web series on FoodNetwork.com.
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Still striving to find a work-life balance, Fabio meets with his life coach and has a shocking breakthrough about his secret, painful past. Then later, his paternal instincts kick into overdrive as he takes in a bbq with his life coach's family. Meanwhile, Spike and his family make a mad dash to open the doors on Good Stuff Crystal City only to discover that none of their staff knows how to cook their signature burgers. Jen treats her mother with a family trip to the salon, which takes a tearful, touching turn. Then, its "Top Chef" déjà vu as the four former cheftestants are summoned one last time to battle it out in a Quickfire-style cook-off for First Lady Michelle Obama.
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President Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House. Al Hunt of Bloomberg News on President Obama. David Skorton, president of Cornell University
Michelle Obama asks Robert to help Horton's Kids in Washington, D.C.
First Lady Michelle Obama visits The Daily Show and discusses her new book "American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America."
First Lady Michelle Obama visits The Colbert Report to discuss the issues facing the nation and the 2012 presidential election.
In part two of the series’ biggest makeover episode yet, the six remaining contestants get to meet First Lady Michelle Obama, whose Let’s Move! initiative focuses on solving the problem of childhood obesity. The First Lady talks to the contestants about how adult behavior impacts kid behavior, congratulates the contestants on being good examples of health and fitness, and visits with each player and their family members. Then it’s time for a workout they’ll never forget as trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince lead the First Lady, the contestants and their families through "The Biggest Loser’s” first ever White House workout. Mrs. Obama also challenges the contestants with a competition to get more Americans healthy and active. Later, Bob tries to help a player who turns to food for comfort to deal with the stress of worrying about a loved one at home, and Dolvett puts contestants through a scenic last chance workout in front of the U.S. Capitol at the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial. Then their amazing trip to D.C. is over and they return to the ranch to weigh-in before another player is sent home.
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It's Makeover Week! After an incredible transformation, the players head to the White House to meet the First Lady.
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In Performance at the White House: Red, White and Blues will celebrate The Blues
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