It's the touching coming-of-age story of two young men, one a musician, one a thespian, who turn to each other for warmth and laughter as they battle their own inner demons while trying to earn an honest living as artists.
OK, that's probably not the real story of Timberlake and Fallon, but the truth of the matter is, the pair are involved in an epic bromance for the ages. They complement each other perfectly while performing, somehow dazzling us with their own aptitude for comedy, yet never upstaging the immense amount of talent that their partner exhibits.
We're getting all dramatic here, but the two really are a comedic match made in heaven. Just the thought of Fallon and Timberlake in a small room together, giggling as they come up with new sketches to perform is enough to bring a smile to our faces.
It's obvious that the creative powerhouses love to work together, so why hasn't Fallon gotten down on one knee and made an honest man out of Timberlake by asking him to be his permanent co-host? The result could be nothing less than magical, just look at all the evidence.
Why do we get the distinct feeling that this is not too far from what a real Fallon/Timberlake slumber party is like?
Witty social commentary + a spot-on Ray Romano impression + Missy Elliott's "Work It" = Perfection.
There's nothing not amazing about this ensemble SNL skit, but watching both Timberlake and Fallon (unsuccessfully) trying not to break as they stand face to face while Timberlake is in character as Fallon might be one of the funniest things we've ever seen.
The "Football Spin" into the "Love Scene From Ghost" really is pretty much Fallon and Timberlake's relationship, in a nutshell.
Ridiculous premise, brilliant execution. Lumberpond really gets all up in the customer's inseam. Do you think they cleared those *NSYNC jokes with the rest of the band?
The dancing. The hair. The singing. The suits. The falsetto speaking voice. It's all just too uncanny. The surprise cameo at the end just throws this skit over the top.
If this round of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" doesn't make you lol, you have no soul.
Sometimes when Fallon and Timberlake dance, it's like they are the same person and their turn as professional wrappers is no exception. Fallon admits that he sacked Timberlake's deck for him, too. It's what friends do.
We were wrong when we thought Timberlake and Fallon singing "Jumper" was the most epic summer at Camp Winnipesaukee because their sweet, sweet harmonies to "Africa" and the trembling vibrato of "I Only Want to Be With You" are so much more satisfying.
In this adorable segment, it's obvious that Fallon and Timberlake's chemistry is so strong that an actual skit isn't even needed. The two guys sitting around, shootin' the shit, is entertainment enough on its own.
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