Quotables from THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, June 9 - June 13
QUOTABLES FROM "THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON" June 9 - June 13
Jimmy Fallon Quotables 6.9.14
That's right, President Obama faced some criticism for chewing gum during a D-Day ceremony. He was like, "Sorry, but if I don't get my Nicorette, there's going to be another war on this beach."
And get this. In a new interview, Hillary Clinton said she wants to travel this year, and won't make any announcements about her plans to run for president until 2015. When asked where she'll travel, she said, "New Hampshire, Iowa, maybe spend a few months in Florida..."
Oh, here's the other big story. A horse named Tonalist won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, ruining California Chrome's dream of the Triple Crown. The owner of California Chrome was not happy. In fact he went on a crazy rant, and called the winning horse a coward for not also running in the Kentucky Derby or the Preakness. Then the horse was like, (ANNOYED) "Hey, neither did you!" The horse did all that work.
Oh, and who can forget the Tonys were last night! And the musical that we had on our show, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" won the Tony Award for best musical. Yeah, it's about a wealthy man who wants to eliminate all the heirs in his family so that he can take over. Or as Prince Charles put it, "Go on..." ("Anyone else listening?")
And this was a big deal. Actress Audra McDonald broke Angela Lansbury's record last night when she won her sixth Tony Award. Yeah, now she's got more Tonys than a beach in New Jersey. (JERSEY) "Hey, Tony, how ya doing? Can I introduce you to my kid Tony? Go say hi to Tony. I don't like that Tony. I like that Tony. How ya doin?"
And finally. I guess this is for a good cause, but over the weekend, thousands of people rode their bikes naked around Portland, Oregon to promote cycling. Yeah, it sent a loud message: never buy a used bike in Portland.
Jimmy Fallon Quotables 6.10.14
Hey, I saw that President Obama's daughter Sasha turned 13 years old today! Of course that means that now he has two teenage girls. But thanks to Congress, he's used to people ignoring him. He'll be fine. ("Whatever, dad, you go to bed.")
And this is too bad. The Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers last night to take a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. But look at it this way. If the Rangers lose, New Yorkers still got the Knick...Well, there's always the Yank...In just a few months, we got the Giant... Hey, how do the Rockettes look this year?
Here's some more sports news. With the World Cup two days away, the U.S. men's soccer team is facing some criticism because it has seven players who have citizenship in two countries. "I am SHOCKED!" said U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann. (My name is Jurgen Klinsmann! They call me Jurgen Clams! One time in Stockholm I ate 25 clams!)
Oh this is cool. Paramount is planning to re-release "Forrest Gump" this year to celebrate the movie's 20th anniversary. So it'll be back in theaters. Which is great cuz before if you wanted to see "Forrest Gump," you had to turn on your TV at literally ANY time of day. "It's GUMP day on TBS!" ("5-4-3-2-Gump!")
I just saw that lawmakers in Jamaica are now considering a new bill that would legalize marijuana. Let me repeat myself: Lawmakers in Jamaica are considering a bill to legalize marijuana. In related news, lawmakers in Italy are considering a bill to legalize spaghetti, and lawmakers in Ireland are considering a bill to legalize whiskey.
And finally, I just read about this guy here in New York who is selling the world's largest video game collection, which has 11 thousand games. He doesn't really want to sell it, but he needs SOME way to pay for the divorce.
Jimmy Fallon Quotables 6.11.14
This is getting weird. For the second day in a row, President Obama made an unscheduled trip out of the White House, this time for a burger at a nearby restaurant. Man, Obama wants to be out of the White House more than Hillary wants to be IN it. ("Almost.")
Hey, I saw that "Game of Thrones" author George R. R. Martin joined Twitter this week. And get this, he already has 80 thousand followers -- and that's just the cast of "Game of Thrones." (Better retweet that guy or he'll kill you off.)
Speaking of pets, I just found out about this new iPhone app similar to Tinder that helps people find dogs to adopt. Though it should be interesting when you finally meet your new dog and realize you've been catfished by a hamster.
This isn't good. I read that the mayor of Miami has rejected the proposed stadium site for David Beckham's new soccer team. Yeah, the Mayor said if he wants a team that only scores a couple of times a game, he'll just watch the Heat. (The mayor said it! The mayor of Miami. Well, I might have said it.)
Well, Donald Sterling's back in the news. Yep, he said he's fighting the sale of the Clippers because the NBA is a "band of hypocrites" and "despicable monsters." He said, "And those are my kind of people! Please don't make me leave!"