Last night, during a visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, presidential candidate and Agent Orange-dyed potato sack Donald Trump allowed the host to baptise his hair. (Donald Trump’s hair! Still so funny!). Fallon didn’t ask Trump any tough questions, which made some people mad. But that’s not Fallon’s forte! Remember all those other times he spoke goof to power?

March 11, 1938: When antisemitic priest Father Charles Coughlin turns up to promote his new memoir, Just a Slight Coughlin, he and Fallon don their collars for an Exorcist spoof costarring Kaley Cuoco, whose demonic head-swirls are soundtracked by Fallon and his guest playing Dead or Alive’s “You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)” on day-glo kazoos. “This Amazing Father Coughlin Fallon Sketch Will Make You Find Religion!!!,” raves the review site PopDong.

August 9, 1990: Former Cincinnati Reds owner and racial-slur-slurrer Marge Schott makes a surprise cameo, belting out “Hit Me With Your Best Schott” during a round of “It’s Pat!”, Fallon’s famous all-Benatar celebrity-karaoke game. She survives round one, but loses the next night, thanks to Lee Atwater‘s bluesy rendition of “Lee Belong.” “Marge Schott is Totally the Schitt in this Hilarious Fallon Clip!,” exclaims BuzzAightYear.

May 4, 1999: Ex-Chinese president and Falun Gong persecutor Jiang Zemin, making his debut US television appearance, appears as a judge on “Fallon Gonged,” the show’s talent-competition spoof. When our guest takes a turn on the stage, he’s gonged when he can’t name fifteen Fraggles in fifteen seconds. “This Clip of Zemin Getting Zinged on Fallon is LITERALLY Genius! Love This Jiang!,” enthuses ZippyCup.

December 8, 1986 : Fallon and inside-trader Ivan Boesky don fake flat-tops, airbrushed overalls, and circa-’89 Mets jerseys to perform as Bell Biv DeBoesky. Their version of “Do Me!” earns nearly 249 million YouTube views and six Playtime Emmy nominations. “This Jimmy Fallon/Ivan Boesky Duet is POISON to Anyone Trying to Get Work Done Today!!!,” exudes TVPottyTonight.

June 11, 2001: During the second annual “Get Your Enr-on!” contest, former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling’s rendition of “Skilling Me Softly”—performed with a little help from Common, the Hicksville Children’s Chorus, and three wildly bleating sheep—trumps Kenneth Lay‘s Lionel Richie-assisted take on “Lay You, Lay Me.” “Pardon Us, and Pardon HIM, Because Skilling TOTALLY SKILLED IT In Awesome Fallon Appearance!,” honks TubeAwakening.

September 25, 2016: Jimmy Fallon appears as a guest on The Tonight Show, where he’s interviewed by… Jimmy Fallon. “So, like, do you have any regrets?” Fallon asks himself. “Only that Claus von B├╝low couldn’t get a visa to do our ‘Santa Claus’ sketch!,” Fallon tells himself, before they both fall into a kiddie pool filled with Nerf Guns, JELL-O, and Urkel dolls. “We Are All Just Empty, Happy Husks!,” yells Celebriteed.

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