A late night gathering for non serious palaver that does not speak of that night’s show. Posting a spoiler will get you brollywhacked. You don’t want that to happen to you. It's a fate worse than a fate worse than death.
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WHO’S TALKING TO WHO?
Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Evans, Perfume Genius
Jimmy Fallon: America Ferrera, David Dobrik, Brothers Osbourne
Stephen Colbert: Julie Andrews, Amy Walter, Sam Smith
Seth Meyers: Rosie O'Donnell, Shepard Smith, Sleaford Mods
James Corden: Vin Diesel, Jack Peñate
And now, creepy Halloween tunes!
Let’s kick it off with the Twelfth Night who bring the early Stones vibrations. Next, rockabilly legend Ronnie Dawson followed by John Zacherle (aka ‘the Cool Ghoul’) with a classic vampire novelty song.
Bonus by Misfits (95% of their catalog fits here — hard to pick just one song) and the Lemonheads (who you may remember from the ‘Mrs. Robinson’ cover a few weeks back) with a version of Misfits ‘Skulls’.
The Twelfth Night ‘Grim Reaper’ (1965)
Ronnie Dawson ‘Rockin’ in the Cemetery’ (196x)
John Zacherle 'Dinner With Drac’ (1958)
BONUS: Misfits ‘Astro Zombies’ (1981)
BONUS #2: Lemonheads ‘Skulls’ (Misfits cover, 1990)
If it weren’t for COVID-19, I’d sit out front & play ‘Skulls’ for the neighborhood kids on All Hallows Eve. *insert evil laugh here*