Late Night Roundup: Kimmel Braves the Storm, Leno on Ferguson, and Letterman Is Still Audience-Free
It was a big night in late night as Jimmy Kimmel kicked off his run of Brooklyn shows after taking the previous evening off due to Hurricane Sandy. Here’s Kimmel giving security guard Guillermo a Big Wheel tour of Brooklyn, his old hometown, kicking off a show that features what Kimmel calls “two of the greatest guests in talk show history”: Howard Stern and Tracy Morgan. Kimmel’s not just saying that to keep people from flipping the channel on him; these two guys really can give an exciting interview.
Elsewhere in late night, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert took another Sandy-inspired night off, Jay Leno made an appearance on the only late night show that will have him (Craig Ferguson), Fallon’s audience came back, Letterman’s did not, and Conan carved pumpkins with power tools. All this and more in our late night video roundup:
Jimmy Kimmel chats up the King of All Media, Howard Stern.
Kimmel talks to hurricane tracker Tracy Morgan.
Jay Leno stops by Craig Ferguson’s show for the first time, which is also his first appearance on another late night show since that time since the Bush administration, when he did Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2008.
Letterman does his show audience-free again…
…while Fallon’s bleachers are no longer empty.
Fallon shows off a VHS tape of Halloween tips.
Conan carves pumpkins with power tools.