Wednesday, February 29, 2012
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Jimmy Fallon Cheers to Jimmy Fallon for showing she has the beat - comedically speaking. Want more Cheers & Jeers? Sign up for TV Guide Magazine now! Saturday Evening Live was once TV's premiere late-evening musical showcase, but after its recent run of off-key visitors (Lana Del Rey, Karmin, Sleigh Alarms), the skitcom's alum has surpassed his former employer. A week ago, Late Evening saluted Broadway with amounts from "Anything Goes," "Porgy & Bess," "How to achieve Business Without Really Trying" and "Jimmy Fallon: The Musical" (sang through the amazing Bashir Salahuddin) which week has a Bruce Springsteen tribute, with performances in the E Street Band themselves in addition to Kenny Chesney and Elvis Costello. The hits just continue coming, from Fallon's note-perfect Gem Jam parody, changing "Jeremy" right into a Lin-sanely funny homage towards the Knicks' breakout point guard towards the latest edition of "Slow Jamming this newsInch with always-game NBC anchorman John "BriWi" Williams trying to describe SuperPACs while Jimmy and the superb house band the Roots transform it into something dirty. No doubt about this: If this involves late-evening musical comedy, Fallon may be the Boss. Are you currently in tune with Late Evening? Sign up for TV Guide Magazine now!