Seth Meyers: 2 more ‘SNL’ episodes, and I’m done after 13 seasons

01.19.14 4 years ago

Seth Meyers: 2 more “SNL” episodes, and I’m done after 13 seasons
The Feb. 1 Melissa McCarthy episode will be Meyers’ last on “Saturday Night Live,” ending “SNL’s” 2nd-longest tenure (Darrell Hammond is No. 1, serving 14 seasons.) “We feel pretty strongly that I’m two shows away from cutting ties,” Meyers tells TheWrap. “I mostly just think its too hard to try to do two of these things at the same time.” PLUS: Meyers confirms that Amy Poehler will be his first “Late Night” guest, that he’ll have a very long monologue, and Meyers reacts to Sasheer Zamata’s first episode.

Jimmy Fallon’s 1st “Tonight Show” guests: Will Smith and U2

Fallon also told critics today he’ll bring the show to Los Angeles a few weeks a year, that his first three weeks are booked, and why he’s bringing back “starring” to the title. He also jokingly suggested that Jay Leno play a detective on “The Blacklist.”

Jimmy Fallon: I gave Chris Christie advanced warning of my song with Bruce Springsteen
Fallon gave warning to the New Jersey governor in part because he’s been a guest on the show, plus Fallon knew the sketch would sting. “First of all, the bit was funny,” says Fallon “Secondly, I let Chris Christie know that we were gonna do it. And I said the silver lining: Bruce Springsteen says your name.”

“Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD” and “SVU” are doing a crossover

“PD” star Sophia Bush is heading to New York to film a “Law & Order: SVU” episode. PLUS: NBC releases new trailers for “About a Boy,” “Believe,” “Crisis” and “Growing Up Fisher.”

“About a Boy” and “Parenthood” are also doing a crossover
David Walton was on “Parenthood” last week, and Dax Shepard will make a cameo on “About a Boy,” says Jason Katims, who produces both shows.

Ed O’Neill inappropriately jokes about “Modern Family” co–star Ariel Winter’s mom problems

When a journalist asked the female stars about advice they picked up from their mothers, O’Neill joked that “Ariel should take that one.” Winter, of course, has been estranged from her mom.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” tackles the “Duck Dynasty” controversy

“We don’t give a duck.”

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