Will Smith still got it. Jimmy Fallon gets an A+ for effort.
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Get ready to spend the rest of the day trying to pick your jaw up off the floor.
Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth Mitchell, Gary Dell'Abate, Sigur Ros.
Jimmy and his news team cover the stories dominating the headlines, including a six degrees of Kevin Bacon report. Part 1 of 2
Jimmy and his news team cover the stories dominating the headlines, including a six degrees of Kevin Bacon report. Part 2 of 2
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, March 22.
Jimmy takes time to pen thank you notes to Ryan Gosling, giant Easter bunny outfits, Mike Krzyzewski and other things.
Jimmy shows a video of Kevin's dog pulling off a dramatic trick, and the two discuss Kevin's show "The Following."
Jimmy asks Elizabeth about the return of her show "Revolution."
Jimmy asks Gary about his short stint working in 30 Rock and the two talk about Gary's show "For What It's Worth."
Musical guest Sigur Ros performs "Kveikur" for the Late Night audience!
Drew Barrymore, Thandie Newton, Brandi Carlile
To honor the start of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, Jimmy checks in with The Steel Network's flagship sports show, Sports Freak-Out!
Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #worstbetever.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, March 21.
Jimmy shows one of Drew Barrymore's home videos that went viral amongst her family, and Drew talks about balancing work with her duties as a mom.
Jimmy asks Drew about her work on "Tough Love" and her new cosmetics line, Flower.
Thandie tells Jimmy how she celebrated her birthday, and how she honed her acting skills as a child pulling off pranks with her father.
Jimmy asks Thandie about her role on the new show, "Rogue."
Jimmy uses his sixth sense to figure out what animals are thinking when photographed with humans.
Jimmy asks Judd about his approach to dealing with Twitter criticism, and the two talk about Judd's film, "This is 40."
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Wednesday, March 20.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani talks about his passion for baseball and the Yankees, and Jimmy asks about his resemblance to Pope Francis.
Jimmy asks former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani about cleaning up New York during his terms and Rudy shares a story about prosecuting mafia families during his days as an attorney.
Jimmy welcomes chef Marcus Samuelsson stops by and makes Jimmy a cocktail and an African street food dish called bunny chow.
Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Judd Apatow, Marcus Samuelsson
Judd talks about the Giuliani-Bloomberg mayoral conflict, life without his beard and the perils of trying to hang out with famous rock stars.
Jimmy & Selena perform a duet version of the greatest love song ever written: "Mario Kart Love Song" by Sam Hart. Watch the original here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDBpQVhCMb8
Musical guest Pinback performs "His Phase" as a web exclusive!
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, March 19.