Tuesday, February 17, 2015

JIMMY KIMMEL, JIMMY FALLON, AND JIM MORRISON TRIED TO MAKE ME MURDER WILLY DUNNE WOOTERS PART II

Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,

I hate to tell you this, but I don't think we'll finish this story today because I have been up all night with an unhappy tummy. I think I might have food poisoning. Thank God I didn't get sick until Willy Dunne Wooters and I had finished watching Better Call Saul and an episode of The Sopranos. 

Just so you know, we like Better Call Saul. It's well written and acted. I've seen The Sopranos before. It's my all-time favorite show. Willy Dunne Wooters' all time favorite show is still Breaking Bad, but it only took a few episodes for him to get interested in The Sopranos.

I disapprove of too much TV because it's a passive "activity," but it's not so passive when Willy Dunne Wooters and I watch together because we have such great discussions about the shows, though sometimes the discussions turn into arguments, but then we go to bed and have make-up sex. No make-up sex or sex of any other kind last night. Too sick. I sent Willy Dunne Wooters home, and Franklin took care of me.

Okay, to read the first part of this post about the confusion regarding Jimmies, please click HERE. I enjoyed your comments and the lively interactions we've had about Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel.

After I convinced Willy Dunne Wooters that there are two Jimmies, I said, I think Jimmy Fallon is hilarious. I've never seen his show, but I've watched YouTube clips of games he plays with celebrities and I think it's really funny when he impersonates singers. He's so good when he does that.

Wait a minute, said Willy Dunne Wooters. Did Jimmy Fallon imitate Neil Young?

Why, yes, he did, said I. Here's the clip. When I started watching it, I thought it might actually be Neil Young.

Let's watch Jimmy Fallon and Neil Young now:





Jimmy Fallon can darn near out-Neil-Young Neil Young.

I realize we haven't gotten to Jim Morrison yet, so please don't keep asking about him. He's still dead. We'll get there eventually, and you can expect capital letters because I shouted at Willy Dunne Wooters for a while. I punched him on the arm, too, but I punch like a girl so it really hurt him a lot.


Infinities of love,

Janie Junebug

37 comments:

  1. I think "hilarious" is a strong word to use in relation to Fallon, but hey, it's all subjective. I get a little worn out by the gimmicks and parlor games and I think I still harbor a bit of anger from when he was on SNL ruining every sketch he was in. Again, just my opinion, I don't begrudge anyone who enjoys it.
    A bigger question: Do late night chat shows have any purpose in the modern context anymore or is this a weird nostalgia networks have for the outdated celebrity-promotion-machine?
    Sorry, I've been sick since Friday and woke up this morning a little bitter about it.

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    1. If I actually watched Fallon's show, maybe I wouldn't find him hilarious. I didn't watch him on SNL. I think the late-night shows hang on because Johnny Carson was so good. Jay Leno was on for a long time, too. I guess the networks want hosts who will stay and stay and stay, and viewers just get in the habit of watching the same person every night. My favorite host is Jon Stewart, but I haven't watched his show in a long time, either, and now he's leaving. I'm sorry you are sick. Willy Dunne Wooters has a cold with a bad cough. I think I might have food poisoning. I really want to recover because I have plans tonight with Favorite Young Man. I think it might be raining. I hear little drip drip noises, but I can't see the rain coming down. We're supposed to have a cold front move in, so we might get down to freezing again.

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  2. Good morning, dear sick Janie! I hope by now you're feeling much better. If not, may I suggest a healthy dose of Shecky Shady's Special Elixir?

    My all time favorite TV show is Divorce Court.
    Oh, and pro wrestling! Pro wrestling!

    Mrs. Shady and I enjoy make-up sex. Last night she slathered on the goop and transformed herself into Gene Simmons' character "The Demon" whilst I gussied myself into Paul Stanley's "Starchild." There's still room for Space Ace and Catman if you're into that scene.

    You and WDW forgot to mention a man whom I believe - and I know the great Silent Majority of Americans will agree with me - was "The King of Late Night" - Jimmie Walker. "Dy-no-mite!"

    Please get well soon, dear friend Janie!

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  3. Good morning, dear sick Janie! I hope by now you're feeling much better. If not, may I suggest a healthy dose of Shecky Shady's Special Elixir?

    My all time favorite TV show is Divorce Court.
    Oh, and pro wrestling! Pro wrestling!

    Mrs. Shady and I enjoy make-up sex. Last night she slathered on the goop and transformed herself into Gene Simmons' character "The Demon" whilst I gussied myself into Paul Stanley's "Starchild." There's still room for Space Ace and Catman if you're into that scene.

    You and WDW forgot to mention a man whom I believe - and I know the great Silent Majority of Americans will agree with me - was "The King of Late Night" - Jimmie Walker. "Dy-no-mite!"

    Please get well soon, dear friend Janie!

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    1. Your comment was so good you had to say it twice. What's in the elixir? Will it help me sleep, but not make my stomach worse? I would like to sleep all day and wake up feeling my usual perfect self. Jimmie Walker had a late-night show? I remember Good Times, but nothing after that until I met WDW.

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  4. "The Sopranos" is one of my all-time faves too. It is positively Shakespearean in its themes and depth.

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  5. I've always liked that song. I am SOOO impressed with Jimmy Fallon! Playing another song as I fold...

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    1. I love that song. I love a lot of Neil Young songs. And Crosby, Stills & Nash.

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  6. How much fun is that?! He really does appear and sound like Neil Young. I don't watch the late night talk shows, although sometimes there are good guests to watch. I'll be you would watch if Johnny Depp was on?

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    1. No, I don't watch even for Johnny Depp. Besides, he got married. I can't believe he did that to me.

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  7. That Neil Young clip was incredible. I'd never seen it before. I loved his 10-second impressions on America's Got Talent.

    -andi

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    1. I've never seen America's Got Talent. I might consider it if the title were America Has Talent.

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  8. Jimmy Fallon is one of my favorites, parlor games and all. The movie he did with Drew Barrymore, Fever Pitch, is really funny.

    If you want to do "Fallon lite" though, hit the trail at YouTube. Look for the clip where he finds out that Nicole Kidman was interested in dating him at one time. He totally freaks out at the thought.

    WDW and I could get along with the television choices, but you have to handle the afterparty.

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    1. I didn't know about Fever Pitch. I'll try to remember to put it in my queue. I like the after party. WDW is one sexy old man.

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  9. I've got a pair of jimmies. Right beneath Little Al.

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  10. Hope the tummy issue goes away. I like both Jimmies but I don't stay up late enough to watch them.

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  11. Jimmie Walker's series Good Times aired at 8:30 pm. To me, that IS "late night" - a full half hour past my bedtime! Do you think you need to have your stomach pumped?

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    1. I don't think pumping is necessary. Everything in the world is exiting my body without encouragement.

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  12. Sorry you aren't feeling well. Hope you feel better soon.

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  13. I had seen this clip and this Jimmy is so talented. They both are but I like this Jimmy a bit better

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    1. I definitely like this Jimmy because I don't know anything about the other Jimmy. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

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  14. Don't know those Jimmy guys. And frankly, m'dear, I 'm not convinced anyone would want to do in WDW. But I'm just a Bear; what do I know.

    Since there's lots of snow, I'm going back to hibernating 'til it's gone. So there.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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    1. Sometimes WDW gets me so irritated that I have murder on my mind. Then I take it off and put it away in a drawer.

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  15. 'I punched him on the arm, too, but I punch like a girl so it really hurt him a lot."

    -I LOVE this... and you. :)

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    1. Thank you. I felt a little proud of that line.

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  16. You, Janie, are too funny! I loved this clip... you've made my ice-laden day more fun! (smile)

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  17. I thought I already commented on this one? if I did, delete your least favorite one. If you want to add anything to it to make me sound smart, I'd appreciate it.

    The Neil Young/Jimmy Fallon sketch or song (what would you call it? It's a combo) was really good. Jimmy Fallon does great impressions.

    When Gonzo and I are bored, we just go to YouTube and search for Fallon; then we go through all the best bits.

    When Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon get together, it's pure awesome.

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    1. Maybe you're thinking of your comment from yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away. I felt rather shocked when I learned that Justin Timberlake is talented. Sometimes he's talented.

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  18. Y'all are a scream, someone should do a YouTube of y'all.

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    1. I don't know if we're as amusing in person.

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  19. I don't know why we don't DVR Jimmy Fallon every day?! I really like him and what he does.
    Oh right....I don't know how to set the DVR!!! RON!

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    1. Now, Jim, I can operate the DVR. Learn how, dude.

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