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Lohan claims she has the power of Oprah Winfrey on her side , that's why she wins the game and gets to use the water canon on Fallon.
The first episode of 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' attracted 3.4 million viewers, the biggest audience for the show since 2005.
Meyers promises to do original comedy pieces on the show after thanking his predecessor by writing Fallon's trademark 'Thank You' note.
The fifth installment of the duo's 'History of Rap' includes tracks like Salt-N-Pepa's 'Whatta Man', Kris Kross' 'Jump', Jay Z's '99 Problems' and Drake's 'Started from the Bottom'.
The First Lady of the U.S. teaches Ferrell's Stacy and Fallon's Sara about healthy life by exercising and eating healthy food.
The third episode of 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' features a mash-up video of the NBC News anchor rapping to Sugarhill Gang's 1979 classic, with Lester Holt making prominent appearance.
Jerry Seinfeld, Bradley Cooper, Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell will also join Will Smith as the guests on his 'Tonight Show' premiere week.
Fallon also writes 'Thank You' notes for his predecessor while stopping by 'Tonight Show' as a guest on Monday night.
The current 'Late Night' host passes the giant plastic pickle to his successor when Meyers stops by the show on Tuesday, January 28.
Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks will help Leno bid farewell to 'Tonight Show' audience, while Fallon books Will Smith and U2 to appear in his first episode on February 17.
The 'Late Night' host and The Boss address the controversy surrounding the closing of access lane to George Washington Bridge in 'Born to Run' parody.
The promo video acknowledges Conan O'Brien, who briefly hosted the NBC late-night show, among other veterans namely Johnny Carson and Jay Leno.
NBC planned a big transition in its late-night line-up, Angelina Jolie revealed her brave decision to prevent cancer, and Kim Kardashian gave birth to her daughter in the second quarter of the year.
Timberlake joins Fallon in a 'Family Feud' sketch in the Christmas episode, where Paul McCartney, Madonna and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg make surprise appearances.
This week's host Fallon reminds musical guest Timberlake not to use the F-word on the show, but the 'Suit and Tie' singer insists that 'we're breaking all the rules' this Saturday night.