Late Night Highlights
Here were my favorite monologue jokes from last night’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon:
In last night’s West Virginia primary there was a prison inmate on the ballot who actually beat Obama in several counties. He made a popular campaign promise: cracking down on bitches who be snitchin’.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said he’s not sure if he’s going to run for reelection next year. He said he’ll collapse the bridge when he gets to it.
New York City receives more than ten thousand accidental butt dials to 911 every day. It’s a big problem cause now no one’s going to believe my butt when it has a real emergency.
The desk segment was He Said She Said. It was mediocre, so we’re going to skip it.
Howard Stern was the first couch guest. He has his own talk-radio show and is the new judge on America’s Got Talent. The interview was really entertaining. Howard gave everyone a hard time from Jimmy to Jay Leno to the Roots to Mick Taylor, who was sitting in with The Roots. He’s pretty unique in that he’s so comfortable making other people uncomfortable. He also found time to tell some interesting stories. The interview is long but worth watching. If, however, you only have time to watch one or two clips, watch the second and fourth ones:
Brooklyn Decker was the second couch guest. She is in the upcoming films What to Expect When You’re Expecting and Battleship. The interview was fine but uneventful. Brooklyn was nice and shared some stories. She’s just not my kind of person, so her appearance left me kinda “meh.” Remember, these reviews are subjective.
Giada De Laurentiis was the cooking guest. She was a lot of fun, but the funniest part was Jimmy trying to hide the fact that he really didn’t like the drink she made for him.
Good show. I give it: