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DBoweFoSho
03-02-2009, 08:58 PM
hes not on my locals...it goes leno than fallon's punkass. wheres conan!@?!!?!!?!

DaFace
03-02-2009, 09:02 PM
Welcome out from under your rock. Conan's done with late night and will be moving to The Tonight Show in June (I think). Fallon's taking over late night.

Buck
03-02-2009, 09:03 PM
June.

unothadeal
03-02-2009, 09:07 PM
Conan was pushed back to 1:35 and Carson Daly was pushed onto The View.

blueballs
03-02-2009, 09:16 PM
it's the year 2000

Thig Lyfe
03-02-2009, 09:28 PM
In the year two thou-saaaand... in the year two-thou-SAAAAAAND...

A total n00b will post a shitty, idiotic thread on ChiefsPlanet

Dayze
03-02-2009, 09:29 PM
In the year two thou-saaaand... in the year two-thou-SAAAAAAND...

A total n00b will post a shitty, idiotic thread on ChiefsPlanet

ROFL

beavis
03-02-2009, 09:32 PM
In the year two thou-saaaand... in the year two-thou-SAAAAAAND...

A total n00b will post a shitty, idiotic thread on ChiefsPlanet

ROFL

I really hope he doesn't change.

blueballs
03-02-2009, 09:41 PM
The more things change

stlchiefs
03-02-2009, 09:43 PM
hes not on my locals...it goes leno than fallon's punkass. wheres conan!@?!!?!!?!

Hangin with John Goodman

Thig Lyfe
03-02-2009, 09:54 PM
wheres conan!@?!!?!!?!

He was found clinging to a boat in the Gulf of Mexico.

Fue encontrado aferrándose a un barco en el Golfo de Mexico.

Он был признан цепляясь за лодку в Мексиканском заливе.

उन्होंने कहा कि मेक्सिको की खाड़ी में एक नाव चिपक पाया गया.

MVChiefFan
03-02-2009, 10:28 PM
In the year two thou-saaaand... in the year two-thou-SAAAAAAND...

A total n00b will post a shitty, idiotic thread on ChiefsPlanet

:clap: This might just take the cake. I mean, to be that angry over not seeing Conan yet he couldn't have watched Conan in the last, oh I don't know, nine months.

Captain Obvious
03-02-2009, 11:04 PM
OMG, this is painful....

unothadeal
03-02-2009, 11:43 PM
OMG, this is painful....

Just wait til you see what's on after.

Baconeater
03-02-2009, 11:47 PM
He was found clinging to a boat in the Gulf of Mexico.

Fue encontrado aferrándose a un barco en el Golfo de Mexico.

Он был признан цепляясь за лодку в Мексиканском заливе.

उन्होंने कहा कि मेक्सिको की खाड़ी में एक नाव चिपक पाया गया.
Yarrr...ye fergot th' pirate version! :cuss:

Thig Lyfe
03-02-2009, 11:54 PM
It actually wasn't that bad.

Pros:
- The writing. A.D. Miles is the head writer, which is AWESOME and means there will be a steady flow of The State-esque humor in the show. The target demographic bit was pretty funny.
- The monologue. Fallon doesn't have a character to break or a Will Ferrell to play off of, which helps. With the already-solid writing, he only needs to get a little more comfortable for the monologue to be pretty good. Tonight's monologue had some clunkers (as do even the best monologues), but there were also some pretty great jokes, and Fallon delivered them well. The best part (perhaps of the entire show) was Slow Jammin' the News, which brings us to the next pro...
- THE ROOTS. Seriously, what an awesome house band. They're the main reason I watched tonight, and they didn't disappoint. They can play any style of music and are pretty funny in their own right.

Cons:
- The interviews. God, Jimmy Fallon is fucking awful at interviewing. He doesn't know how to just have an interesting, funny conversation. Maybe some of it is first-night jitters, but seriously, he was completely overmatched. A super-intimidating legend like DeNiro on the first night? Really? Not a great move. Probably should have started with Tina Fey, who he worked with for years, to ease him into it. They probably would have at least been able to have something that resembled a conversation.
- Lick it for 10. An alright concept, but it went on way too long and with no payoff. Hopefully this was just the writing staff trying to take it easy on the first night. And Fallon was just awkward with the audience members.
- Fallon in general, really. The stuff that was funny tonight was funny despite Fallon, or because of somebody else (like Slow Jammin' the News, which was all Black Thought)

I'm not a Fallon fan at all, but there's enough right with the show that I'll give it a chance. Maybe they'll give A.D. Miles the job if Fallon still sucks a year from now.

Reaper16
03-02-2009, 11:58 PM
It actually wasn't that bad.

Pros:
- The writing. A.D. Miles is the head writer, which is AWESOME and means there will be a steady flow of The State-esque humor in the show. The target demographic bit was pretty funny.
- The monologue. Fallon doesn't have a character to break or a Will Ferrell to play off of, which helps. With the already-solid writing, he only needs to get a little more comfortable for the monologue to be pretty good. Tonight's monologue had some clunkers (as do even the best monologues), but there were also some pretty great jokes, and Fallon delivered them well. The best part (perhaps of the entire show) was Slow Jammin' the News, which brings us to the next pro...
- THE ROOTS. Seriously, what an awesome house band. They're the main reason I watched tonight, and they didn't disappoint. They can play any style of music and are pretty funny in their own right.

Cons:
- The interviews. God, Jimmy Fallon is fucking awful at interviewing. He doesn't know how to just have an interesting, funny conversation. Maybe some of it is first-night jitters, but seriously, he was completely overmatched. A super-intimidating legend like DeNiro on the first night? Really? Not a great move. Probably should have started with Tina Fey, who he worked with for years, to ease him into it. They probably would have at least been able to have something that resembled a conversation.
- Lick it for 10. An alright concept, but it went on way too long and with no payoff. Hopefully this was just the writing staff trying to take it easy on the first night. And Fallon was just awkward with the audience members.
- Fallon in general, really. The stuff that was funny tonight was funny despite Fallon, or because of somebody else (like Slow Jammin' the News, which was all Black Thought)

I pretty much agree with you. Fallon did manage to be funny when engaging with the audience during the monologue. It was a surprising amount of audience interaction, and he handled it well: "Please escort that man out of the building... I hate it when my father drinks," etc. I hope that the audience feels free to shout things out at Jimmy every night.

Thig Lyfe
03-03-2009, 12:01 AM
I pretty much agree with you. Fallon did manage to be funny when engaging with the audience during the monologue. It was a surprising amount of audience interaction, and he handled it well: "Please escort that man out of the building... I hate it when my father drinks," etc. I hope that the audience feels free to shout things out at Jimmy every night.

Yes, that was a very good line. It was weird, because it felt more like heckling than shouts of adoration (like what Conan deals with), but Fallon handled it rather well.

shirtsleeve
03-03-2009, 12:06 AM
No love for Craig Ferguson?

I knooooow!

(image withdrawn of said scotsman in a kilt, due to my noobness. EPIC. FAIL)