Late Night Highlights
Here were my favorite monologue jokes from last night’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon:
The White House announced the theme for President Obama’s inauguration will be “Faith in America’s Future,” which is proof that no one in the White House has ever seen Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
Lance Armstrong will sit down for a 90-minute interview with Oprah that will air next week. 90 minutes, though it’ll be a little suspicious when he finishes in just 60 minutes.
I read that Iran is behind some recent cyber-attacks against American banks. Yeah, people could tell something was going on when they started seeing a convenience fee of three goats.
The comedy segment was Late Night Audience Suggestion Box. I really tried hard to enjoy it, considering a variety of quick comical scenarios is right up my alley, but I just didn’t like any of the bits enough to post them.
William H. Macy was the first couch guest. He stars on the show Shameless. The interview was good. William has such a wonderfully down-to-earth personality that I can’t help but be interested in whatever subject he’s talking about. Here’s the interview:
They then played a game of Pictionary with Ginnifer Goodwin and Rachael Ray. It was very entertaining:
Ginnifer Goodwin was the second couch guest. She is on the show Once Upon a Time. The interview was fine, but way too short. Ginnifer was very nice and told an amusing story. I was just starting to really get into the segment when it was over, though, and that was annoying. Here’s the interview:
Rachael Ray was the cooking guest. She is a chef, author and television personality. It was fun watching Jimmy and Rachael interact with each other:
Enjoyable show. I give it: