NYC Late-Night Hosts’ Audience-Free Monologues, Courtesy of Sandy
Hurricane Sandy’s impact was widespread and damaging all over the East Coast, much of it devastating.
But on a late-night comedy level, of course, it provided fodder. While Jimmy Kimmel — who usually does his “Live” out of Los Angeles — had to cancel a week’s worth of shows planned for Brooklyn, other hosts used the storm as a prop.
Here’s both Jimmy Fallon of “Late Night” and David Letterman of “Late Show,” doing their monologues in front of no one, because it was not safe to bring in audiences (although as a joke, Fallon had one dude named “Bucket Hat Guy”).
Here are the videos: