'The Tonight Show' continues with their weekly comedy bit where they make fun of the players who play for the two teams who will be competing on NBC's 'Sunday Night Football'. This week we have the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts.
Not really anything very inspiring here from the Fallon gang. I don't think I even laughed once...maybe the reaction to the Jerod Mayo pickle joke made me laugh a little bit...but that's it. Overall, a weak effort.
Mr. Madden's Late Night Power Rankings:
We have a major change in this week's edition of my Late Night Power Rankings. After weeks of sliding, Stephen Colbert has finally slipped from the #2 spot down to the #3 spot in my rankings. Even Oprah couldn't save Colbert from the inevitable nose-dive. While Kimmel is out in the parking lot putting on big rock shows, Stephen Colbert is hosting tap dancers and ballet dancers on his stage. Call me an uncultured dolt if you choose...but dance does not entertain me and I don't want it on my television screen while I'm trying to watch late night shows.
1. Jimmy Fallon
2. Jimmy Kimmel
3. Stephen Colbert
4. James Corden
5. Conan O'Brien
6. Seth Meyers