List of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon episodes

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is an American late-night talk show that airs weeknights at 11:34 pm Eastern/10:35 pm Central on NBC in the United States.[1] The hour-long show has aired since February 17, 2014 and is hosted by actor, comedian and performer Jimmy Fallon, an alumnus of Saturday Night Live. Hip hop/neo soul band The Roots serve as the show's house band, and Steve Higgins as the show's announcer. A total of 662 episodes have aired.

Episodes[edit]

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April[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
651
April 3, 2017 Vin Diesel, Shaquille O'Neal Pitbull featuring Stephen Marley
Trip to Orlando cold open; Single Rider Quotes; Grape to the Cork; Tonight Show I've Got Good News and Good News; Vin Diesel sings karaoke; Lip Sync Battle (Shaquille O'Neal, appearance by Pitbull); Pitbull featuring Stephen Marley performed "Options"
652
April 4, 2017 Blake Shelton, Scott Eastwood Blake Shelton
Universal Orlando Commercial; Resident Quotes; Tonight Show Florida News Roulette; Tonight Show Mom & Pop Quiz: Orlando Edition; Jimmy and Blake Ride Race Through New York; The Ragtime Gals performed Sir Mix-a-Lot songs; Blake Shelton performed "Every Time I Hear That Song"
653
April 5, 2017 Dwayne Johnson, Nicole Richie Flo Rida and 99 Percent
Donald Trump Video; Race Through Universal Starring Dwayne and Jimmy; Tonight Show Celebrity Photobomb (Dwayne Johnson); Phone Booth (Dwayne Johnson); Flo Rida and 99 Percent performed "Cake"
654
April 6, 2017 Jay Leno, Kate Upton Jason Derulo featuring Ty Dolla Sign
Rider Memes; Tonight Show This Week in Words; Jay Leno subs in for Jimmy during monologue; Jimmy acknowledges death of Don Rickles; Thank You Notes; Tonight Show Dance Battle (Kate Upton); Jason Derulo featuring Ty Dolla Sign performed "Swalla"
655
April 17, 2017 Anne Hathaway, Tony Hale Ed Sheeran
Presidents Celebrating Easter; Freestylin' with The Roots; Tonight Show Google Translate Songs (Anne Hathaway); Ed Sheeran performed "Castle on the Hill"
656
April 18, 2017 Kevin Spacey, Senator Elizabeth Warren Alt-J
Donald Trump Limericks; Eli Manning Commercial; Tonight Show Picture This; José Quintana teaches Jimmy Spanish; Kevin Spacey announces his new play; Tonight Show Mad Lib Theater (Kevin Spacey, appearance by John McEnroe); Alt-J performed "In Cold Blood"
657
April 19, 2017 Sienna Miller, Anthony Bourdain Chris Cornell
Betsy DeVos Snapchat Video; Fear Factor Challenges; Tonight Show This Week in Memes; Secret Ingredient (Sienna Miller, Anthony Bourdain); Chris Cornell performed "The Promise"
658
April 20, 2017 Bob Odenkirk, Lucy Hale, Robert Irwin Brad Paisley
Tonight Show #hashtags: #420Songs (appearance by Brad Paisley); Bob Odenkirk receives a phone call during the interview; Brad Paisley performed "Contact High"
659
April 21, 2017 Salma Hayek, Mike Birbiglia Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson
Thank You Notes; Salma Hayek turns a sad song into a salsa; Tonight Show Ramen Challenge (Salma Hayek); Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson performed "Symphony"
660
April 24, 2017 Kobe Bryant, Kathryn Hahn Big Boi
Trump Science Dictionary Definitions; Donald Trump Tweets; Tonight Show Podcasts; Kobe Bryant performs Family Matters poem; Max Bonnstetter asks Kobe Bryant questions; Big Boi performed "Mic Jack"
661
April 25, 2017 John Oliver, Patton Oswalt James Arthur
Barack Obama Interview; Tonight Show Pros & Cons: Trump's First 100 Days; Tonight Showbotics; James Arthur performed "Say You Won't Let Go"
662
April 26, 2017 Dr. Phil, Leslie Jones Rick Ross featuring Young Thug & Wale
Countries List; Faceapp; Seth Rogen voiced-over The Lion King; Take Your Kids to Work Day; Tonight Show Bad Signs; Two Truths and a Lie (Dr. Phil); Truth or Lie (Leslie Jones); Rick Ross featuring Young Thug & Wale performed "Trap Trap Trap"
663
April 27, 2017 Emma Watson, W. Kamau Bell, Little Big Shots Pizza Tossing Brothers The Lucas Brothers
664
April 28, 2017 Martin Short, Britt Robertson, Jessica Seinfeld N/A

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ About page from the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon official website Retrieved on 1 January 2017

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