What do you call a “Throwback Thursday” from 1993 at a campsite with a (“future,” in quotes) pop superstar, a late night talk show host, a special guest and a sketch comedy aficionado?
Words cannot describe this bromance for the ages. But this popular Tonight Show sketch tries its best.
There’s something really great about sleepaway camp in the summertime when you’re around twelve years old…with a beard. And if you have some spare time, think of a favorite childhood memory and then recall the particular clothing style, lingo and musical hits.
write call text tweet at Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, Billy Crystal and Keegan-Michael Key.
Don’t worry if you tweet late at night because, odds are, they’ll be awake.
It’s October 3rd, but are you ready to officially start listening to the music of the fall season?
Justin Timberlake, along with the smooth dance moves of his fellow Trolls movie vocal cast members, take it away with the song and music video of the summer.
Falling leaves can’t stop the feeling of a warm summer day.
Have a Dance-Worthy Week!
P.S. The Trolls movie (DreamWorks Animation) arrives in theaters on November 4th.
Kenny Chesney and summertime go together like, well, Kenny Chesney’s 2005 single, “Summertime.”
The aforementioned country singer recently released a new song titled, “Setting the World on Fire.” The title, even with the soothing and comfortably rising tempo, was not the best turn of phrase for what’s happening in the world today. Maybe that’s why Kenny Chesney added a bright pink flavor to the mix.
Technically, he added singer P!nk for a nice country duet.
Kenny Chesney sure knows what to say for that special time in the summer.
Summer, like a right angle, is just around the corner.
With the sun shining and birds singing, the time for planning that wondrous vacation has arrived. Let’s face it, there are three ways to travel: By air, by sea or by automobile.
Luckily, a lantern is no longer necessary for making this critically important decision.
In order to see the real Americana, everybody knows the experience of getting there is half the fun. Does this mean traveling Griswold-style in a wood panel station wagon? Yes. And it also means spotting a nice, tall building in your downtown, tipping it on its side, strapping some wheels on it and driving that across the country.
If you’re daring enough to accept this challenge, then Jeff Daniels has a few tips, which includes counting to three.
My guess is Jeff Daniels got his kicks on Route 66…as in literal kicks from his wife.