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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
19 Jul 2020    

By Eva Ara˙jo (Web correspondent)

We love Jimmy Fallon. Why? Because he interview people like he's a fan who got a job as a tv show host. So cool.

Last Thursday, Jim Carrey had a Zoom interview with Jimmy Fallon about his book "Memoirs and Misinformation" and it was fun! We can't help but laugh every time these two get together.

First, Jimmy congratulated Jim on his book being on New York Times Best Seller List "It's a good sign for me a terrible sign for the planet!" says, Jim! Jim made fun of Fallon's Covid-19 quarantine haircut and they started their conversation talked about Rodney Dangerfield, Jim's father and how he was the one who told Jim about comedy clubs and the process about writing the book.

Check out the first video:

Then Jimmy asks how he miss dealing with the pandemic and we found out Jim is at a cabin in Montana and that he doesn't see any people. They also talk about the celebrities that Jim mention in the book and Jim decides to recreate how they may be reaction making faces and making you laugh. At the end Jim says that the book is "like a lobster dinner because when you think you are full and you've eaten it all, you realize, there's meat in the legs!"

At the end of the interview they talk about how the cover came about.

Check out the last video:

What a fun conversation! So cool.

We at JCO will keep you updated as more news come.

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