Late Night’s New Pecking Order: Colbert Holds His Own, Comedy Central Takes a Hit

11 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Daniel Radcliffe Commands Jimmy Fallon to Do the “Gangnam Style” Dance Before Engaging in a “Water War”.

Jimmy Fallon initially busted out a good, clean game of “Water War” on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show,” but things quickly turned dirty as he faced off with worthy opponent Daniel Radcliffe. For those of you unfamiliar with this popular segment, Fallon challenges his guest to the card game “War,” but for every losing hand, that person is then drenched with a glass of water. Fallon began the bit by telling a joke to the studio audience: “South Korea is building a giant monument to the song ‘Gangnam Style,’ which will feature two overlapping wrists, a signature move of the ‘Gangnam Style’ dance,” the host said. “Oh, no.

But after Fallon won a hand, he poured liquid onto Radcliffe’s lap. “For the record as well, just so everyone knows, I’m going to a premiere after this and I don’t think I brought more underwear,” a soggy Radcliffe said as Fallon laughed. “Which is great.” Fortunately, there was a solution to the wardrobe issue: Fallon offered up his own underwear as consolation, which Radcliffe called “sweet.” Watch the bit below. After Radcliffe and his extra-chilly bald head took a few water glasses to the face, Fallon dumped a large cup of water into the “Victor Frankenstein” star’s lap. This prompted Radcliffe to share a fun fact with the audience: Also be sure to check out this clip from Fallon’s monologue, where Radcliffe hilariously “commanded” the late-night host to do the “Gangnam Style” dance.

You can’t set the table and not serve dinner.” Fallon responded to the heckler by saying, “Sorry to burst your bubble here, but I was just going to tell a joke about that story.” “You know what would be a joke?

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