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*'''December 23, 2011''' - Kermit, Robin and Jimmy sing ''[[When the River Meets the Sea]]''.
 
*'''December 23, 2011''' - Kermit, Robin and Jimmy sing ''[[When the River Meets the Sea]]''.
   
*'''September 19, 2012''' - Elmo will appear to promote the [[Season 43 (2012-2013)|43rd season]] of ''[[Sesame Street]]''.
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*'''September 19, 2012''' - Elmo appeared to promote the [[Season 43 (2012-2013)|43rd season]] of ''[[Sesame Street]]''.
   
 
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Late Night with Jimmy Fallon is an NBC talk show hosted by Jimmy Fallon. The third incarnation of NBC's Late Night franchise, Fallon's show debuted on March 2, 2009 after previous host Conan O'Brien left Late Night to host the The Tonight Show. The show features a variety of comedic material, celebrity interviews, and musical and stand-up comedy performances.

Appearances

  • May 22, 2009 - Jimmy showcased official entries in The Jimmy Fallon Dance Challenge submitted by Bunsen & Beaker, Animal, and Kermit. The videos (using recut footage from the Muppetism interstitials) featured a remixed version of the contest's song "The Late Night" with samplings of "Mahna Mahna". Although Fallon thanked "everyone at the Henson Company" for the videos on the air, the entries were actually produced and submitted (without solicitation) by the folks at The Muppets Studio. Of the videos, Fallon said, "that's the coolest thing ever! I love it! That's just so cool!" Show announcer Steve Higgins also commented on the videos stating that "You see the Muppets and you just feel good." Template:Hulu
  • November 16, 2011 - Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy appear to promote The Muppets. The pair play a game of "Password" with Martin Short and Michael Stipe.
    • Before appearing, Kermit toured the Muppet Pipes in Studio 6B. A web-exclusive of the event was posted the next day. (YouTube)
    • After appearing, Kermit answered a series of Twitter questions. A web-exclusive video was posted the next day.
  • November 18, 2011 - Animal (and his drums) sits in with The Roots. The Muppets is plugged. Animal has a crush on guest Michelle Williams.
    • After appearing, Animal answered a series of Twitter questions. A web-exclusive video was posted the next day.
  • November 21, 2011 - Jason Segel and Walter appear to promote The Muppets.
    • After appearing, Walter toured the Muppet Pipes in Studio 6B. A web-exclusive of the event was posted the next day.
  • December 22, 2011 - On a segment called "Twas The Night Before Christmas", Jimmy plays Mad Libs with the help of some of his guests, including Walter and Segel. Segel inserts the adjective "sexy" into the poem.

Mentions

  • On the March 4, 2009 episode, Fallon talked with Cameron Diaz about their visits to the Sesame Street set. Diaz mentioned that everyone on the set loved Fallon, while Fallon expressed his admiration for the puppeteers and their talent, especially Elmo's performer, Kevin Clash.
  • In the opening monologue of the March 12, 2009 episode Fallon made several jokes about the then-recent layoff at Sesame Workshop - saying it will be hard for some of the characters to find work because it's been 40 years and they still don't know the ABC's. He also jested at unemployment slogans such as "will tickle for food" and "will eat cookies for food".
  • In a parody of Lost on the March 1, 2010 episode, one of the castaways hypothesizes that they are lost in Fraggle Rock. Another castaway says that it can't be true, because they haven't seen one Fraggle.
  • On the December 20, 2010 episode, Fallon talked with Jason Segel about his work with the Muppets. Segel expressed his admiration for the puppeteers and their talent, especially Walter's performer, Peter Linz. The band performed "Movin' Right Along" from The Muppet Movie when throwing to commercial after the Segel interview.

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