Jimmy Kimmel aired his first self-quarantine “minilogue” on Tuesday night from the comforts of his home office. “I’m actually hiding in my office from my children,” he quickly confessed while joking about how much time he has spent with them. “My blood type right now is Disney Positive.” During his home monologue, the late night host poked fun at Tom Brady’s New England Patriots departure and gave fun tips on how to celebrate St. Patrick’s day during COVID-19 social distancing. Kimmel suggested wearing a festive shirt, dying hand sanitizer with green food-coloring, dressing kids like leprechauns and chasing them around, and, of course, getting drunk. Kimmel ended his home broadcast by announcing that he’ll be shooting a “minilogue” every day until his show is back, and will help fundraise money for different charities.
Jimmy Fallon also joined the “show must go on” quarantine train by releasing his first The Tonight Show: At Home Edition, where he announced that he’ll be releasing some kind of content and will donate to a different charity every night until he’s no longer quarantined. Filmed by his wife and in his kids’ treehouse, Fallon delivered a monologue where he joked that Tom Brady’s exit from the New England Patriots on St. Patrick’s Day finally gave ESPN something to talk about and performed as “St. Patrick’s Day Quarantine” song.
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- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Quarantine edition
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: TBA
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Rebroadcast
- Late Night With Seth Meyers: Rebroadcast
- The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Rebroadcast
- Watch What Happens Live: Rebroadcast