Jimmy Fallon

Watch: Tom Cruise Obliterates Jimmy Fallon in Lip Sync Battle

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Tom Cruise embarked on a new mission last night, which proved to be not at all impossible. He joined, and obliterated, Jimmy Fallon in a lip-sync battle on The Tonight Show. The Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation star kicked off the competition with The Weeknd’s “I Can’t Feel My Face,” and then Meat Loaf’s “Paradise By The Dashboard Light,” a rendition he dedicated to all the “Jersey girls on these hot summer nights.”
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Why Judd Apatow Isn’t Letting His Anti-Bill Cosby Crusade Go

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Last night, 47-year-old Judd Apatow finally achieved 25-year-old Judd Apatow’s dream: a stand-up set on The Tonight Show. But he’s still Judd Apatow, so it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that the closing portion of his performance, over a third of the four-minute set, was devoted to skewering Bill Cosby—a middle finger to the sitcom star/accused rapist on the network that ran The Cosby …Read More

This Week’s Top 5 TV Moments: Men Shooting at Things

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There are scores of TV shows out there, with dozens of new episodes each week, not to mention everything you can find on Hulu Plus, Netflix streaming, and HBO Go. How’s a viewer to keep up? To help you sort through all that television has to offer, Flavorwire is compiling the five best moments on TV each week. This time, True Detective finally delivers some action and Key & Peele give the world’s most necessary TED talk.
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How David Letterman Became Johnny Carson, and Everyone Else Became David Letterman

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Last week, as part of their (understandably) protracted and hyped-up farewell to David Letterman, CBS aired a 90-minute prime-time special called David Letterman: A Life on Television. Hosted by Ray Romano, it was a clean, efficient retrospective that wrapped Dave’s memorable moments into tight little packages: celebrity interviews of note, political high-rollers, “friends of the show,” recurring segments, and so on. But the special was strangely incongruent to the true spirit of the show, which was never about immortal moments or rehashed clips; it was about an overall spirit, a loose, gonzo, hanging-out vibe. When Letterman’s idol Johnny Carson did an anniversary special or his own farewell tour back in 1992, you knew you were gonna see the tomahawk clip or Tiny Tim’s wedding. But that wasn’t what Letterman’s show — whether Late Night at NBC or The Late Show at CBS — was, or why those of us who loved Letterman watched …Read More