Jimmy Fallon stopped by to promote his new album, 'Blow Your Pants Off,' and answer for all the "doughy" weight he's packed on since his chiseled SNL audition look: "It's a thing I'm going to have to embrace because I don't know what to do." Howard wondered if Jimmy was friends with 'Late Night's last host, Conan O'Brien, but Jimmy shook his head: "I'm friendly with him. We're not friends. … I'm not friends, really, with any of the [other late night] hosts."
Asked about President Obama's recent appearance on the show, Jimmy said the Secret Service had to make multiple sweeps of the set: "The writers had to bring in all their laptops--whatever they wanted--before 9 in the morning. And then leave." Before the show, Obama asked to meet Jimmy--and only Jimmy: "I think it's a protocol thing. A respect thing, I guess. … You have to go alone." The interview went well, ending with a bit called 'Slow Jam the News', in which Obama's smooth-but-reserved demeanor killed: "And then he takes the mic, holds it out, and drops it like Eminem in '8 Mile.' And then we go to commercial break and he goes, 'You see how I dropped the mic? … I improvised that.' It was so cute."