Heeeeere’s Jimmy! | Jimmy Fallon Brings The Tonight Show Back to Its New York City Roots
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz. 
Heeeeere’s the star of our new cover!
Jimmy Fallon photographed by Annie Leibovitz for our February 2014 issue. 

Heeeeere’s the star of our new cover!

Jimmy Fallon photographed by Annie Leibovitz for our February 2014 issue. 

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Can you tell the difference between Simon Hammerstein’s fabled nightclub and recommendations from Bill Hader’s beloved Weekend Update character?

1. That thing where, like, a Korean geisha covers songs by Bill Withers?

A. Stefon: That’s “Just The Woo of Us.” She performs at Wesh, one of New York’s hottest nightclubs two nights a week.

B. The Box: Yozmit has been performing at The Box club since 2008, and claims Hammerstein has freed her from sexual slavery.

2. That thing when high-waisted midgets, wear like, the red pants.

A. Stefon: That’s a human fire hydrant. They do that at Twice, one of New York’s hottest nightclubs.

B. The Box: That’s the Nutcrackers, they’ve been a regular at the Box since 2010. 

3. That thing where a masked lady hears a ringing cell phone, and it turns out it’s in her vagina.

A. Stefon: That’s V-Mobile. She does that routine at Gush, one of New York’s hottest nightclubs.

B.  The Box: Narcisster, a skilled vaginal acrobat, has been a regular since 2008.

More here.

Soul Men | The Making of The Blues Brothers
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz

Soul Men | The Making of The Blues Brothers

Photograph by Annie Leibovitz

Obviously this leaves out the best part: Bill Hader breaking character to crack up.
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Obviously this leaves out the best part: Bill Hader breaking character to crack up.

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Jennifer Aniston turned down ‘SNL’ for ‘Friends’


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Can you imagine a world in which Jennifer Aniston was a sketch comedian and someone else made The Rachel famous?

…or a world in which eleventy-billion women ask their stylists for “that sexy SNL look?”

Armisen as Mubarak: we laughed.