Jimmy Fallon. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Haley Blum, USA TODAY
I am the one who knock-knocks.
Late Night host Jimmy Fallon makes yo' mama and knock-knock jokes a serious business in his latest parody, which aired on last night's episode. And the jokes are so bad they should be illegal.
In "Joking Bad," a spoof on AMC's wildly popular Breaking Bad, Fallon teams up with announcer Steve Higgins who takes on a Jesse-esque role. The two hawk jokes and make some serious cash, but things get tricky when Late Night head writer, A.D. Miles, catches on to their plan, forcing "Falsonberg" to consult a colleague of house band The Roots in order to turn things around.
The parody features cameos galore; Colin Quinn, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk (who will star in Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul after the former show wraps up in a matter of weeks) all show up in hilarious bits. Jay Leno, whom Fallon will replace on The Tonight Show in six months, also makes his way in there - you'll have to watch to see why.