Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Scared Back

It's been a while since Jake has visited some shows to sit down and chat and others he might rethink while he is visiting.

Wednesday Jake is making a return visit to Ellen in less than a year but after this sit down he might not be back for a while.

Check out what happens on the video sneak peek of Jake on Ellen on Wed.

Jake's scared for sure but scared straight?  ; )

But Jake's not scared of The Tonight Show anymore.

He will return to The Tonight Show for the first time since 2006 and the show is scheduled for some old friends and some old school funk joining him on Wednesday night.  Joining Jake and Jimmy are former Nailed co-star Paul Reubens (aka Pee Wee Herman), former Good Girl co-star Zoey Deschannel as part of the singing duo She & Him, and the most Funkadelic George Clinton.

Oh all the potential of singing, dancing, and booty shaking funk.

Now if he can get those white platform shoes,
 no doubt he knows how to get funky with Tequila from some tequila fan he knows.

MediaCrawler Tour:

Oct 29 The Ellen Degeneres Show,  check local listings for time and channel

           The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon,  NBC, 11:35pm EDT

Oct 30: The Queen Latifah Show, check local listings for time and channel

             Conan  TBS,  11:00pm


Florida Tom said...

The war ends tonight. Game 7. Oh my :-)

prairiegirl said...

Not looking good for the home team, Tom!! We only have 3 more outs left.

But you know what? This is the best thing to happen tonight - Jared tweeted for my Royals!!!!! That is just the BEST!!! Jared rocks.

Jared PadaleckiVerified account ‏@jarpad

Good luck tonight @Royals . It would be nice to see The Commissioner's Trophy in a new city. Win it for @GeorgeHBrett #WorldSeries
5:56 PM - 29 Oct 2014

Methodical Muser said...

Well, the San Francisco Giants are officially a Dynasty. I remember when they won the WS in 2010, many insiders tried to detract from that win by stating that the accomplishment was a fluke. Two more World Series wins and I think we now know you don't win that many post season games, and three World Championships in five years without being something special.

The Kansas City Royals were amazing though. They are a great and classy group of guys. Most games were nail biters all the way because these teams were pretty evenly matched. In fact, they almost tied the game up in the 9th inning when the Giants badly misplayed a ball in the outfield.

The difference this time around was Madison Bumgarner. An otherworldly exhibition of extraordinary pitching. A 0.25 ERA; 5-0 in World Series play.