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Hugh Jackman Breaks His Wolverine Diet For A Giant Bowl Of Pasta [WATCH]

You can’t become one of the most bad-ass comic book heroes ever without a crazy diet and workout plan that keeps you shredded. That has been Hugh Jackman’s life over the last 17 years playing Wolverine in the X-Men movie franchise, keeping up his impressive physique throughout the years.

Jackman will be starring in his final Wolverine movie as “Logan” releases March 2, so while making his rounds promoting the film, he found himself on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

After all these years on the “Wolverine Diet,” eating endless amounts of steamed chicken breasts, Jackman broke his diet, as Fallon brought out famed chef Mario Batali, who gave Jackman a giant bowl of pasta to grub on.

Jackman was thrilled, saying, “That is the greatest freaking thing I’ve ever seen in my life.”

There’s absolutely no way that this is Jackman’s first cheat meal in 17 years, but whatever, it’s not a bad way to celebrate the final Wolverine movie, ever.

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Aziz Ansari Reads Savage Restaurant Responses To Nasty Yelpers

Aziz Ansari has been in a couple of award winning TV shows, just hosted Saturday Night Live, and is beloved for his stand-up comedy, so he’s got the ‘funny guy’ role down.

While Ansari was on the Tonight Show this past Friday, he and host Jimmy Fallon went through a few 1-star Yelp restaurant reviews.

Fallon read the customer reviews first, then Ansari, getting into the character of a restaurant owner, read the ridiculed restaurants’ savage comebacks.

For example, one reviewer said that they would not be recommending Onefold Coffee Shop to friends who visit Denver, to which the restaurant’s owner responded with:

“Not recommending this place to your friends is a purely hypothetical situation. First, you will probably need friends, then second you will have to be likable enough for them to visit you in Denver. I hope we can survive without your theoretical friends visiting our establishment.”

Now imagine that coming out of Aziz Ansari’s mouth, with the most snarky tone.

If you need a good laugh today, just go through the whole video. It’s worth it.

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Kenan & Kel Reunited In Epic ‘GOOD BURGER’ Sketch [WATCH]

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One of our favorite All That sketches in the ’90s was Good Burger. The wacky antics of the lovable register jockey Ed, played by Kel Mitchell, was so successful that it led to a Good Burger movie in 1997. Now, nearly 20 years later, late-night host Jimmy Fallon is bringing the band back together.

In last night’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Fallon had a sketch where he reminisced about his time working at the fictional burger chain. There, guest star Mitchell reprises his role as Ed.

It’s like he never left the role. So munch nostalgia packed into seven minutes. Check out the clip below as Fallon reunites Mitchell with his former costar Kenan Thompson.

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Kobe and Jimmy Fallon Recall Their Epic Beer Run in ’96

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It’s 2015 and the names Kobe Bryant and Jimmy Fallon have practically become household names. Flashback nearly two decades when the two were barely starting their careers and what you might have is a pretty hilarious story of two kids going on a beer run.

Laker legend Kobe Bryant recently made a guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. During the interview, the two began to reminisce about one of the first times they hung out together back in 1996. The two, new-to-Los Angeles personalities had their own little adventure trying to procure alcohol for a party.

Did a 22-year-old Fallon buy booze for 18-year-old Kobe?

Check out the clip below.

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Watch Jimmy Fallon ‘Mop the Floor’ with Martha Stewart in Cubano Making Contest

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If you’re going to challenge Martha Stewart to a cook-off, you better damn well be sure you can back it up. This was the case for late-night host and Fever Pitch star James Thomas Fallon, better known as Jimmy Fallon, last Friday evening. Stewart made a guest appearance on the Tonight Show, which Fallon hosts, and the two set off making Cubanos with a wide assortment of ingredients spread out on the cooking space.

A Cubano is a cuban sandwich made with bread, different types of pork and typically swiss cheese. The sandwiches are then pressed flat, similar to a panini, and served with plantain chips. One can also add other ingredients to the sandwich depending on personal preferences.

To keep things impartial, judge Questlove was equipped with a sensory deprivation helmet to prevent any bias between the sandwiches. We won’t spoil anything further, but the video is definitely worth checking out for Fallon fans. Just brace yourself for the sandwich cravings. We’re already feeling them.

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Here’s How To Make a Push-Up Pringles Can

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Last week, Late Night host Jimmy Fallon asked his viewers to tweet in ideas of things they wish existed using the hashtag #WhyDontTheyMakeThat. Submissions ranged from covered shopping carts (so no one has to know you live off frozen pizza and donuts) to a “Nobody Cares” button on Facebook. The best by far, though, was this little gem:

 

 

Well @TheAmazingBeck, guess what? You might not be able to buy it in stores (yet), but the Push-Up Pringles Can actually exists. Sort of.

Designed by instructables user Jason Poel Smith of DIYHacksAndHowTos, this hack involves using thread, pliers and sheet metal to create a small, pull-able platform to place at the bottom of the can. Once installed, all you need to do is tug on the strings and watch as your favorite stackable chips come up to you, instead of having to dig around for them.

Check the video below for full instructions:

Of course, with all the extra nuts and bolts, it’s highly unlikely anyone would actually adopt this trick unless they’re just dripping in free time, so many commenters have suggested alternate push-up can concepts, such as installing a spring loaded platform that will raise automatically as chips are eaten, or a screw and crank mechanism kind of like stick deodorant.

Until then, at least there’s still the old “pour out the whole can and eat in one sitting” method.

H/T + PicThx Jason Poel Smith