Con: That being said, it's still golf.) Special editions of the sketch include: "The reissue of the Rolling Stones' album Exile on Main St.", in which Jimmy was joined via satellite by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts; one in which the topic was "The New NFL Season", where Jimmy was joined by Justin Tuck of the New York Giants; and "The NFL Playoffs" with New York Jets placekicker Nick Folk.
Every Thursday (formerly Wednesday) on the show, Jimmy reads off viewer comments from a topic for discussion he started the night before on Twitter.
Topics have included "My parents are weird", "Why don't they make that?
", "Beach fail", and "Makes Me Mad" Jimmy previously created a spin-off named "Late Night Instagrams".
These expectations were developed collaboratively by the Deans and Activities Directors at all six high schools in the Diocese (Archbishop Mitty, Bellarmine, Notre Dame San Jose, Presentation, Saint Francis, and Saint Lawrence).
The Principals of the six schools endorsed these policies.
Most of the skits below appeared only on Late Night, while some have carried over to the Tonight Show.
Every Tuesday on the show, Jimmy weighs the pros and cons of a topic that's currently in the news, with the pros being the setups and the cons being the punchlines. Pro: With Tiger competing, this year's Masters promises to be the most exciting golf tournament ever.
"Skinny jeans are meant to accentuate the way you look, not to make yourself look another way." "Clothing isn't designed to give us a shape that we don't have, and that's where people get in trouble," he added.
But until recently, when a fifteen-year-old girl came to me complaining of persistent abdominal pain and numbness in her thigh, I had no idea teens could be at risk.
It turned out she had been wearing Spanx under her soccer uniform, and the snug Lycra garment had caused nerve damage in her leg, a condition called meralgia paresthetica, as well as her abdominal pain.
And research suggests that tight clothing can cause all sorts of other health problems, including blood clots and bladder and vaginal infections.
"When you're wearing skinny jeans to make yourself skinny that's not the point," Dr.