Review: 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' has a familar (but funny) first week
How was the first week of Jimmy Fallon's new Tonight Show?
Well, it was a lot like his old show. Fallon and Co. brought over plenty of the elements that made Late Night such a charmer, with barely a new segment in sight. That's not necessarily bad, but watch out Jimmy, because it could get boring for your most avid fans. That said, the eager host still got to play charades with Bradley Cooper, star in a sketch with Michelle Obama and do a fifth History of Rap with Justin Timerblake. Not too shabby.