Jimmy Kimmel’s big month continues, as he topped Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert on the first day of the fall season as the ABC personality continues his vocal role in the health care debate.ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” got a 0.6 rating/4 household share among adults aged 18 to 49 for Monday’s episode. NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and CBS’ “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” each received a 0.5/3.“Colbert” led in total households with a 2.5/7. “Kimmel” was second with a 2.3/6, and “Fallon” followed with a 1.8/5.Also Read: From Jimmy Kimmel to Lin-Manuel Miranda: Hollywood Rejoices Over Trumpcare CollapseThis marks Kimmel’s highest-rated episode since March 13, not counting telecasts with NBA playoffs lead-ins.
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- Jennifer Lawrence Falls to Surprisingly Good Jimmy Fallon in Axe-Throwing Challenge (Video)
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- Wednesday Sep 13, 2017
Jimmy Fallon is a man of many talents — who knew one of them was axe-throwing? Not the “Tonight Show” host himself, based on his surprised Tuesday night reaction.Guest Jennifer Lawrence challenged Fallon to a little axe-toss last night, which the “Hunger Games” star clearly thought she would win. To be fair to J. Law, she did hit the target all three times, but each attempt bounced off the board.Fallon, on the other hand, got off to a rough start, sailing his first axe over the target and backstage through the curtain. Hopefully no one was hurt, but we can’t be certain.Also Read: Kimmel Reveals What Ted Cruz Really Masturbates to: 'Poor People Without Health Care' (Video)The “SNL” alum’s next two attempts were awesome, however.
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