I think Jimmy Fallon's late night talk show sucks.
For the most part. I don't like his monologues, his interview skills or that stupid bit where he writes letters to people. Ugh...not funny. And, unfortunately, that's 95% of the show. It's still better than what Jay and Dave are doing earlier each night, but it's mostly drek.
Except for the bits that he does using guest stars, music and pure awesomeness. Like when he did Neil Young singing Willow Smith's crappy song with Bruce Springsteen doing an impersonation of, well, a previous incarnation of himself. Or when he and Justin Timberlake did the history of rap. Pure awesomeness.
He did it again last week. This time with Stephen Colbert doing a cover of "Friday" by Rebecca Black with a little help from Taylor Hicks, The Roots, the Knicks City Dancers and Fallon himself. It's this kind of thing that makes me wish the rest of his show was a fraction as good. I might even switch over from Craig Ferguson every once in a blue moon if that were true.