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‘Lost Me Again’
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday released thousands of pages related to the 2016 meeting at Trump Tower involving Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer. As dicey as that information may appear for President Trump, Jimmy Fallon mentioned he may not even have the wherewithal to fret.
“Today over 2,000 pages of testimony were released about the 2016 meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer. The president heard and was like, ‘You lost me at 2,000 pages. And lost me again at Don Jr.’” — JIMMY FALLON
“In the documents, Don Jr. admits he can’t remember if he discussed the Russia investigation with his dad. Meanwhile, his dad admits he can’t remember which one is Eric and which one is Don Jr.” — JIMMY FALLON
Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel are each delighted with the blissful simplicity of the “Yanny” versus “Laurel” debate.
“Whether you hear ‘Laurel’ or ‘Yanny,’ there’s one thing I think we can all agree on: Nothing has ever mattered less than this. It’s right at the bottom of the things.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“Some say it’s Yanny, some say it’s Laurel, and everyone says they’re just happy to talk about something other than Trump.” — JIMMY FALLON
The Punchiest Punchlines (Fox Edition)
“It was a fox mistaken for a dog! You think that’s incredible, in this country there’s a Fox that gets mistaken for a legitimate news network.” — JAMES CORDEN, on a lady in China whose pet pet turned out to be a fox
“North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has threatened to cancel the upcoming summit with President Trump over pressure to denuclearize North Korea. But hey, lots of stuff Trump looks forward to gets canceled.” — SETH MEYERS, exhibiting the emblem of ‘The O’Reilly Factor’
The Bits Worth Watching
Stephen Colbert consulted members of the coveted 6-to-Eight-year-old demographic about creating a brand new present. It was one intense brainstorming session.
Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon confirmed as much as “The Tonight Show” in character as Cord and Tish, the couple that can host HBO’s protection of the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday.
What We’re Excited About on Thursday Night
Jake Tapper’s pique on the Trump administration has hardly ebbed since January of final yr. CNN’s Washington correspondent will discover loads of solidarity on Thursday when he sits down with Colbert.
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At simply 18, the indie-rock musician Lindsey Jordan — who performs as Snail Mail — isn’t just a rising star; she’s also an innovator.