Jimmy Fallon breathed some welcome life into the usual tedium of awards shows last night. The Emmys actually were fun enough to keep this jaded awards-averse viewer watching through to the end. I even held off my "Mad Men" viewing until 11 p.m. Fallon has that rare talent of being entertaining through sheer earnestness alone. Even when the lyrics of his comic tunes aren't particularly clever, he manages to sell it with his boyish eagerness to please. The opening skit, giving Springsteen's "Born to Run" the "Glee" treatment got us on the kid's side right off. Alas, NBC, which otherwise ...
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