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The Tonight Show

  1. Ice-T Vastly Improves Old Cartoons With His Voice, Continues Being the Best

    A little Ice-T makes everything better.

    Ice-T's ability to make anything inherently better should be studied by science. First a Dungeons and Dragons audiobook and now a few classic cartoons have been touched by his magical vocal gift, thanks to the Tonight Show.

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  2. Everyone Looks Exactly the Same in the Saved by the Bell Reunion, so Why Am I so Old?

    Time out.

    Without direct side by side comparison, it's really hard to tell this apart from the original show that ended more than 20 years ago. How did The Tonight Show get a time machine and why are they hiding this technology from the rest of us?

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  3. Bill Gates Will Make Us All Drink Poop Water for Science, Starting With Jimmy Fallon

    Water doesn't just grow on trees, you know.

    Clean water is a big problem in underdeveloped areas of the world, and Bill Gates has a solution: poop water.

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  4. Watch Anthony Mackie Play Catchphrase, Talk Falcon, Be Adorable On The Tonight Show

    Is Civil War out yet?

    Anthony Mackie holds onto his crown for "raddest fanboy member of the MCU" after his appearance on last night's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He plays Catchphrase with JLo; he loves the Falcon; he wants a theme song. He's the hero the Marvel Cinematic Universe deserves.

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  5. Paul Reubens Pee-wee Herman-ifies the Ultron Trailer and Announces New Pee-wee Movie, Mostly

    I love this so much. Why don't I marry it?

    Jimmy Fallon does a pretty spot-on Pee-wee Herman voice when he redubs movie trailers, but you know who does a better one? Paul Reubens himself. He stopped by The Tonight Show to stir up more excitement about his upcoming, Judd Apatow-produced Pee-wee movie and showed Fallon how it's done on the Age of Ultron trailer.

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  6. Daniel Radcliffe Raps On The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon Because Sometimes Life Brings Us Little Gifts

    Instead of dropping the mic he expelliarmuses it.

    "Alphabet Aerobics" is the most well-known track off of the 1999 EP "A2G" by Sacremento hip-hop duo Blackalicious, and Gift of Gab's tongue-twisting lyrics are widely regarded as some of the best and most complicated in the underground rap scene. I tell you this because I want you to understand how impressive it is that last night Daniel Radcliffe was able to do the whole thing in one take, live, in an American accent, without missing a beat.

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  7. Morgan Freeman and Jimmy Fallon Chatted on Helium

    How much helium would it take to re-record March of the Penguins like this?

    Morgan Freeman's voice is a national treasure, but that didn't stop Jimmy Fallon from messing with it on The Tonight Show. He interviewed Freeman while they both sucked helium out of baloons. There's a helium shortage in the world, but this might be the best possible use of it.

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  8. The Return of The Tonight Show’s “Fallonventions” Segment Eliminates Pizza Crust, Dispenses Milk, and Improves the Stethoscope

    Way to go, kid inventors!

    On last night's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonthey brought back the GE partnered segment "Fallonventions" where Jimmy showcases three young inventors, their creations, and then hooks them up with some scholarship money. We genuinely love it. See what the kids invented this time around.

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  9. Check Out “Ew!” with Seth Rogen and Zac Efron on The Tonight Show

    Turn down for what!

    Our beloved social trends are all squeezed into this clip of Fallon's version of "Ew!" Apparently, Ewis an actual thing on Teen Nick. I don't know what's more frightening, that Teen Nick has a show called Ew or that Zac Efron still manages to be extremely attractive even as a muscular girl. Seth Rogen is also easy on the eyes.

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  10. Jimmy Fallon and Kevin Delaney Do Science Experiments and Shoot Vortex Cannons on The Tonight Show

    When performing science at home, it's important to supervise your kids. And your comedians.

    It's over, nerds. We won. They're doing science experiments for entertainment on The Tonight Show. Everyone who ever tried to convince you science wasn't cool was wrong, and Jimmy Fallon will show you just how cool it can be with the help of Kevin Delaney (of Little Rock's Museum of Discovery) and some flashy experiments.

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