- Network: NBC
- Series Premiere Date: Feb 17, 2014
- Season #: 1
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Mar 29, 2014Seen every episode of the Tonight Show so I am qualified to give my rating.
I am reading some of the comments...wow. This guy exhibits top quality everything guys. I just seen him throw down with Russel Crowe with a harmonica. I didn't even know he played!? On top of that the guy does his own skits which are funny as hell AND sings AND does perfect impressions of nearly anyone!
...and you rate him a zero?? You're not reviewers AnnaP, lopezdanm, or Gurolge ... you're just random viewers (and Trolls), and not even qualified to review someone. For instance when you say he has no talent that is just ignorant..and to give him a zero is just as ignorant.
As for quality of show, I give it a 10. It's a heck of a lot better than Conan, Leno, or Letterman...and if you want to compare the 4 of them, I can tell you this, the only one that 'danced' was Conan at the beginning of his show to his own theme song...and that's just one comparison.
-The whole set-up is great.
-You actually interact with the audience throughout the show AND even shake their hands at the end
-The mini-skits in the show with the band are great...even during the monolog.
-The games are hilarious.
-The sit-ins with the band members have got stand-out talent.
-The inside jokes you throw back and forth with the band are too funny
-Never seen a dull bit yet
-Never seen a boring conversation yet
-Everyone genuinely acts like they want to be there which tells me I am not wasting my time watching
-Band never misses a beat even when they participate in games and skits
-The fact that I know I can have the kids watch until midnight before anything bad is said or done is priceless by the way...which if you ever watched the Tonight Show you'd know it's following the same format just like Carson.
It's a great show and Jimmy Fallon is doing a perfect job hosting it so much so that he is like a natural modern mix of all the hosts.
As for everyone else in the nightly shows...well...as of right now...Jimmy Fallon has them beat.… Expand
Even with its first-night caution issues, his inaugural Tonight Show makes me think that Fallon is the perfect choice to take over a TV institution, giving it both tender loving care and a much-needed shake-up.
Fallon complies, respectfully and skillfully, with The Tonight Show's apparently inviolable formats (the opening monologue of jokes; the fact that at least part of the show must be conducted from his desk) as a bridge to the more goofy and innovative sketch comedy he prefers. He keeps looking for ways to delight us, surprise us. It can so easily stray into irritation--and the yawning brought on by all the fawning--but you can’t really fault the guy for trying to send people to bed happy.
Fallon fits into that dichotomy as a sort of older brother who’d really like to get everybody together just this once, because it would make mom and dad happy. There’s a way to make that work within the more stringent requirements of The Tonight Show, but Fallon hasn’t found it just yet.