McGregor appears in a version of a video meme of an Australian man punching a kangaroo to save his dog.
After the Nevada Commission instructs McGregor to attend a media training sessions for the water bottle incident, Jay & Dan on Fox Sports show a skit to White:
[Laughing] Anybody who thinks Conor McGregor needs media training is crazy.
— FSLive: #JayAndDan (@foxsportslive) October 13, 2016
Diaz appears in a What’s Up? skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Diaz surprises fans who say their favorite is Conor McGregor.
Fan: I like this guy a lot too!
A McGregor impersonator crashes Diaz’s meet-and-greet for UFC 202. Unlike with the real McGregor, the two exchange friendly handshakes, and take pictures for Twitter.
During her show, DeGeneres spoofs Beyoncé’s Hold Up music video. DeGeneres inserts herself in the real music video and is on the phone with “Becky with the good hair.”
With the help of Norton, Adele pranks a group of her impersonators, by taking part in an audition pretending to be an impersonator called Jenny
Impersonator: I can’t wait for the new album…new music.
Adele: She’s taking her time.
Saturday Night Live satirizes the Democratic debate in a old open skit. David plays Bernie Sanders, while Baldwin plays Jim Webb. Hillary Clinton and Lincoln Chafee are played by SNL regulars McKinnon and Mooney. Anderson Cooper is played by Rudnitsky. David (as Sanders):
I don’t have a super PAC. I don’t even have a backpack.
Willis appears on The Tonight Show as Donald Trump. Falon shows images and a video of Willis’ movies with Trump’s hair added in.
It suddenly had just seemed to grow exponentially.
In a skit on SNL, Clinton (McKinnon) confides her concerns about the 2016 presidential race to her bartender, Val (Clinton), and sings Lean On Me.
Clinton: I’m just so darned bummed, all anyone wants to talk about is Donald Trump.
Val: Donald Trump? Isn’t he the one that says ‘you’re all losers’?
Damon acts out scenes from his films with Corden on The Late Late Show.
Clinton chats with Fallon, playing Trump, in a skit on The Tonight Show.
Clinton: What is your stance on women’s issues.
Fallon/Trump: I know a lot of women and they have issues.
When Fallon/Trump makes fun of Sanders’s lack of hair, Clinton:
Yeah, well, at least he doesn’t have one strand that he twirls over his head like a soft-serve at Dairy Queen.
Corden and Wonder perform karaoke on Corden’s drive to work. Songs include Superstition, Sir Duke, I Just Called To Say I Love You, Isn’t She Lovely. The skit starts with Wonder in the driving seat, then Wonder mocks Corden about his accent. At one point, Corden asks Wonder to phone his wife as she did not believe he was sharing a ride with Wonder.
I just called to say, James loves you…I just called to say he loves you and he promised me he’ll let me be on his show for an hour.
Fallon plays Trump talking to himself in the dressing room mirror while Trump plays his reflection.
Let’s be honest. Fallon’s a lightweight. The only one qualified to interview me is me.
Graham releases a video called How To Destroy Your Cellphone with Lindsey Graham, showing the senator in slow motion destroying his phone hitting it with a meat cleaver, blending it, hitting it was a baseball bat, dropping a brick on it, dropping it from a building and cooking it.
Or if all else fails, you can always give your number to the Donald. This is for all the veterans.
Schwarzenegger appears on The Late Late Show in a skit with Corden, featuring catchphrases and comedy gags from Conan the Barbarian, Pumping Iron, Terminator, Predator, Total Recall, Batman & Robin, True Lies, Junior, Twins, Kindergarten Cop, and Jingle All the Way.
In honor of the First Lady’s Let’s Move initiative, Fallon and Obama do a variety of “Mom Dances” on The Tonight Show, including moves like the “Shimmy Twist,” “Shush and Tush,” the “I Can Still Do This Dance Because My Arms Are in Shape.”
Hank re-enacts all his movies in seven minutes with James Corden on The Late Late show.
In a sketch for the show, Sandler and Barker resume their brawl from Happy Gilmore. While Sandler is visiting Barker in the hospital, Barker starts berating Sandler for not putting him in more films. The visit quickly devolves into a brawl. Barker:
You’re looking chunkier than the soup.
For the Night of Too Many Stars autism benefit, Rudd agreeds to let audience members come up on stage, spin the wheel, and do to him whatever the wheel instructs. Stewart MCs. One woman slaps him, and when the wheel hits Baby Bird, Joe from Queens gets to spit some food into Rudd’s mouth.
After her graduation from high school, a father (Taran Killam) watches as his daughter (Dakota Johnson) moves away from home.
Fallon and Timberlake act in a Camp Winnipesaukee skit were the two play a younger version of themselves and constantly sing Third Eye Blind’s song Jumper.
Winfrey joins Fallon for a 80’s soap opera skit called Midnight Meadows were the two use vocal effects on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Kimmel registers as an Uber driver and picks up passengers around Los Angeles. Among his passengers are a dental ceramist from Gabon, whom he drives to The Hollywoodland Experience to buy souvenirs for his passenger’s family back home.
YouTuber Ian Martin performs a dramatic reading of Nicki Minaj’s song Anaconda. The video has already reached over 1 million views.
The cast of Who’s the Boss? perform a brief improvised skit of the series on The Tony Danza Show, picking up where the series left off. Danza:
All your questions are about to be answered as we present to you Who’s the Boss? the lost scene. Here’s where we left off 13-years-ago.
Nude and intimate photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and many other stars were posted online over Labor Day weekend, believed to have been hacked from their Apple iCloud accounts. It’s embarrassing, especially for Kimmel since he happens to be one of the people who got caught up in this.
Aniston, Cox and Kudrow reprise their roles as Rachael, Monica and Phoebe in a Friends skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live with Kimmel playing Ross.
In a skit to mark the end of Chelsea Lately, Handler, nude in the shower, is surprised by DeGeneres. The skit ends with an appearance by Bravo. Handler:
Why do you think I’m lying?
Because your nipples won’t make eye contact with me.
Fallon and McIlroy take turns chipping golf balls at glass panels painted with their faces while Woods coaches Fallon against the 2014 PGA Champion.
Not as easy as it looks!
Fallon shows a clip from the Teen Nick show EW! with guest Swift.
Kimmel and Holmes take turns taking weird pictures with the Photo Booth iPad app and attempt to match each other.
It’s so bad. I think I could get Mr. Munster.
O’Brien joins in water conservation efforts in California, using fake PSAs.
California is facing a historic drought. Be more water-smart
O’Brien tries out Tinder for the first time by creating fake profiles with Dave Franco and finding a match whom they meet in person.
This is what the Internet can do. It can bring a bunch of people who were strangers just an hour ago, together in the night, on to the street, outside a really creepy van, where they hold themselves a little too long, and then probably never see each other again.
Fallon and Berry form a human hamster wheel and roll down a mat.
O’Brien sends Triumph the Insult Comic Dog to various parts of Queens, New York to interview avid soccer fans as they support their teams in the World Cup. The three-part skit features fans of Uruguay, Greece, Ivory Coast, and Brazil, among others.
O’Brien drops by this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, which is held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. He interacts with participants and tries out such games as Sunset Overdrive, Hyrule Warriors, Project Morpheus, and Forza Motorsport 5.
Fallon and Lopez act in a skit were the two compete to see whose white pants are tighter, paying homage to the original skit with Fallon and Will Ferrell.
Fallon and Crews sing a shirtless duet of the Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder hit Ebony and Ivory.
Rogen and Efron perform with Fallon in the Teen Nick show Ew! in which the three take selfies.
Cano surprises Yankees fans who think they’re booing a cardboard cutout of him, until he steps out from behind it and surprises them.
During his show’s week-long residence in Dallas, Texas, O’Brien visits the Mary Kay headquarters and tries out being one of their beauty consultants for a day. Guided by an actual consultant, he learns how to use some the brand’s cosmetics and attempts to sell products to a group of women.
During his show’s week-long residence in Dallas, he attempts to become a Johnson County deputy. He seeks the help of Sheriff Bob Alford in learning the basics of law enforcement and tries out a few simulated crime scenes to test his skills.
O’Brien visits a local flower shop in Sherman Oaks and tries his hand – without much success – at arranging Valentine’s Day bouquets. He meets a customer at the store and offers to make and deliver the bouquet himself.
Fallon, Will Ferrell and Michelle Obama perform in a Ew! skit in which Obama teaches Sara(Fallon) and Stacy(Ferrell) that being active and eating right isn’t ew.
O’Brien drops by a local L.A. pawnshop and tries to get as much money as he can for his personal memorabilia. Some of the items include an autographed photo, painting, custom G.I. Joe action figure, and a giant bobblehead. His assistant Sona Movsesian helps him negotiate.
O’Brien spends some time with his show’s interns and gets to know what think of him. He asks them some questions about their complaints and duties on the show, and discovers that his assistant Sona sometimes uses his name to get the interns to do things for her.
O’Brien visits the American Girl Place in Los Angeles and learns all about the brand’s doll selections. He suggests back stories for some of the dolls as well as a unique “play pattern” involving historical character dolls. He wines and dines at the in-house café along with a personally selected doll, which he names Agnes.
O’Brien tries out the mobile ride-sharing Lyft for the first time along with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube. They catch a ride and drive around Hollywood, grabbing some snacks at 7-11 and buying takeout at Wendy’s.
O’Brien attends gaming convention, BlizzCon 13, as a guest commentator in the World of Warcraft tournament. He tries to learn how to play the game without much success and proceeds to cover a match along with two professional announcers.