Fallon Timberlake SNL

December 22, 2013 by  

Fallon Timberlake SNL, Host Jimmy Fallon and musical guest Justin Timberlake delivered Saturday Night Live’s biggest episode of the season with help from some major guest stars. The prolific TV collaborators kicked things off with a rap medley about wrapping gifts. (Rap. Wrap. Get it?)

Fallon moved on to his opening monologue, where four microphones welcomed him. He began singing, with the conceit that each microphone had been meant for a major music star (David Bowie, Bob Dylan and Paul McCartney), but they’d all been held up in traffic. Fallon soldiered on, moving from mic to mic and singing in the style of the absent stars. But then McCartney showed up for real, and the two sang “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”

Later, Timberlake hilariously impersonated Fallon during a game of celebrity Family Feud, in which Fallon played Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons. Timberlake’s trick for playing Fallon? Calling everything “so great” and generally being more positive than any human should be.

Fallon and Timberlake also brought back their classic Barry Gibb Talk Show sketch for the first time since Robin Gibb’s death in 2012. Timerlake (Robin Gibb) and Fallon (Barry Gibb) welcomed Madonna (as herself) to talk about the important issues of the day. As always, Barry had a short fuse. The big surprise came when the real Barry Gibb stopped by to groove with the guys, and giving his tacit consent for Timberlake to continue impersonating his late brother.

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