Video Game Week: Nintendo Wii U Demo
04:26 — Jimmy welcomes Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime to test drive two upcoming games, "Game & Wario" and "Super Mario 3D World."
"Slow Jam the News" With Mitt Romney
05:01 — Gov. Mitt Romney joins Jimmy Fallon and the Roots to slow jam the news.
Real People, Fake Arms With Miley Cyrus
05:42 — Jimmy and Miley debate the authenticity of their arms when working together on the Canadian soap opera "Jacob's Patience" and show a clip to settle th (more…)
"#Hashtag" With Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake
01:55 — Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake show you what a Twitter conversation sounds like in real life.
Ben Affleck Tells Parenting Stories, Talks Batman
04:11 — Father to children slightly older than Jimmy's daughter, Ben compares raising his son to his two daughters, and the two talk about Ben's upcoming role (more…)
Joking Bad
12:47 — Jimmy Fallon's "Breaking Bad" parody. Featuring cameos by Bryan Cranston, Bob Odenkirk, and Aaron Paul.
Evolution of End Zone Dancing
02:37 — Jimmy and Justin Timberlake dance through the history of touchdown celebrations.
Steve Harvey Meets All Kinds On "Family Feud"
04:59 — Jimmy asks Steve Harvey about some of the interesting characters he encounters hosting "Family Feud."
Drunk Ron Weasley Sings Happy Birthday to Harry Potter
01:15 — Drunk Ron Weasley (played by Simon Pegg) visits Jimmy Fallon to wish Harry Potter a happy birthday.
Jimmy Interviews Michael Jordan
05:30 — Jimmy gets a surprise visit from NBA legend Michael Jordan, and the two recall some of MJ's greatest moments.
"Yodel" With Jimmy Fallon & Brad Pitt
02:11 — Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt have a "yodel conversation" from two rooftops in New York City.
Hashtags: #DadQuotes
04:32 — With Father's Day around the corner, Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #dadquotes.

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  • Premiered: March 3, 2009
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: The former 'Saturday Night Live' player hosts a late-night talk show featuring guests and music performances. Fallon succeeded Conan O'Brien in NBC's post-'Tonight Show' slot in March 2009. (more)

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