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With Breaking Bad quickly coming to a close there’s not much time for parodies, well Jimmy Fallon destroys it with his comedy version of the epic drama called “Joking Bad.” Fallon hooks up with his foul-mouthed announcer/accomplice Steve Higgins and breaks bad as joke dealer, “Falsenberg.” They immediately start selling the purest one-liners in the game. Comedian Colin Quinn portrays Tuco with his “Tight” reaction and quickly buys Fallon’s black market puns. Late Night head writer A.D. Miles plays the role of Hank and is dead set on finding out where all the jokes went. Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman) is Fallon’s agent trying to give him sheisty advice. Gus Fring wants to buy all of Fallon’s wisecracks and even offers Jimmy some chicken. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul make cameos as disapproving audience members. Watch the entire 12-minute video because there is a special celebrity playing the bell-ringing Hector.
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Jimmy Fallon recently put together this fantastic spoof of Breaking Bad called “Joking Bad” that themes around Fallon’s transition from Late Night to the Tonight Show on NBC. The whole skit is just under 13 minutes long but it’s well worth it to set aside some time to watch it, especially for fans of the AMC drama.
Along with countless Breaking Bad references, the spoof...
Jimmy Fallon's "Joking Bad" -- sit back and enjoy (there's no dumbing down of Jimmy near the end).
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TV A parody starring Bryan Cranston, Bob Odenkirk, and Aaron Paul, no less.
Justin Timberlake appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s late night show this week to do a bit called “The Evolution of End Zone Dancing” (an obvious reference to this classic YouTube video) and tackled some of football’s most well known – and not so well known – touchdown celebration dances.
They nailed it.
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Justin Timberlake dropped by Jimmy Fallon’s show to do a bit called “The Evolution of End Zone Dances”. I think one of dances is a disgusting act. Try to guess which one! Because it’s a national television audience, there’s a definite emphasis on jokes being broad enough that extremely casual football fans will still get them. Which makes it less about football than silly...
Football fan Jimmy Fallon displayed the diversity of the end zone celebration dance with pal Justin Timberlake on Tuesday night. In the video the “Evolution of End Zone Dancing,” the “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” host and his musical friend went through a series of celebratory jigs, which may or may not have been done after scoring a touchdown. [Continue Reading]
Talk show host Jimmy Fallon and music sensation Justin Timberlake have created a number of entertaining videos over the years that take us through the “History of Rap.” On Tuesday night, the duo got together again for a new skit entitled the “Evolution of End Zone Dancing.” The educational segment included such classics as the […]
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Some we've seen and some we remember, but there are a few we can't recall until now...
Didn't know Aaron Hernandez had his own dance...
On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake showed the evolution of the end zone dance in a hilarious new video. My personal favorites were the “Manti Te’o On A Date” and the “Justin Timberlake (From ‘N Sync).
I can’t lie I have probably done most of these dances in my living room at one time or another. Love Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake is underrated as a comedic talent. See the Video below:
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Remember back in the day when football players could have fun after they scored a touchdown? I think they called it something like a “touchdown dance”? From T.O.’s pom-pom shake with a cheerleader to Joe Horn’s “Can You Hear Me Now” moment, touchdown dances were often times the best part of the game. So leave it to Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake to pay tribute...
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The Evolution of End Zone Dancing with Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon
There are some speech and election-related TV delays for certain East Coast NBC affiliates, but this clip just aired for a lot of you right now and it’s too great not to share! - Christine