Here at We Like TV we have been carefully monitoring the ever-changing relationship between two of our favorite comedians/late night hosts: Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert. The two have been through it all, from best friends to eternal enemies, their friendship has certainly had its ups and downs. The pair haven't done much together since their fun "Ivory and Ivory" duet back in February, and with the guests on last night's Late Night billed as just Mark Wahlberg and Poppy Montgomery, we certainly weren't expecting the two to reunite. But just as Jimmy finished his monologue and sat at his desk, Daft Punk's smash hit "Get Lucky" started to play. Seconds later, Stephen Colbert emerged for some random dancing with Jimmy, before vanishing just as randomly as he appeared. Check it out below:
July 30, 2013
July 20, 2013
We haven't been blogging much during these summer months due to the lack of our usual TV shows on air and the overall laziness that the heat has caused, but after watching this clip from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, we just had to dust off the old blog to post it. In the clip, Late Night writer Arthur Meyer comes out during Bob Saget's interview to read him a fan letter he wrote him when he was just 8 years old. The exchange is hilarious and we were laughing so hard we could barely breathe:
And if that wasn't enough, in this "Backstage" internet-exclusive video, Bob Saget actually sits down with Arthur for an extended discussion, in which he reads through the letter again and actually answers each of the questions that were asked.
And if that wasn't enough Full House nostalgia for you, on the follow night's Late Night the musical guest was none other than Jesse and The Rippers, the fictional band that Uncle Jesse sang in on Full House. Check out Jesse and the Rippers singing a medley of their biggest hits below, featuring a cameo appearance by Bob Saget in the audience, and a surprise guest at the end!
And in case you need a reminder, here's the official music video of "Forever" (which lead off the medley) that originally aired as part of an episode of Full House.