Thanks to the magic of editing, anything is possible. Yes, even NBC anchor Brian Williams rapping the opening to Snoop Dogg's 'Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang' without his knowledge -- but with a healthy assist from Jimmy Fallon and his staff, who were able to make the clip come to life by piecing together key words from Williams' various reports.
But it may not have even been necessary to go behind Brian's back. He's been known to do stuff like this on his own.
TIME Magazine has unveiled its annual Most Influential People list, which is comprised of five separate categories: Artists, Leaders, Pioneers, Titans and Icons.
While the list itself isn't surprising -- media mainstays like Jennifer Lawrence, Jay-Z, Lena Dunham and Frank Ocean all landed spots -- what was intriguing is what other notable people wrote about them.
Conan O'Brien may have had a few brief moments (okay, a year) as 'Tonight Show' host before the role was taken back from him by the so-called retired Jay Leno, but that didn't stop him from being happy for fellow late-nighter Jimmy Fallon, who was announced as Leno's replacement yesterday (April 3).
This of course was not the case on 'Chelsea Lately,' where he and Chelsea Handler get in a naked shower fight over the fact that she's in his old studio. So much for letting fake bygones be fake bygones.
Ice-T appeared on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' to talk about all the most important things in life: New York Mayor Bloomberg's ban on oversized soda, Dennis Rodman visiting North Korea, the television show 'Splash,' and of course the Harlem Shake.
Someone please give this man a YouTube series where he just answers viewer questions once a week.
Ice, what are your thoughts on the meaning of life? Ice, what is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow? Ice, when are you going to make your own brand of iced tea?