What, you had actual things to do this weekend? Here’s what you missed:
Jay Leno’s Heartfelt Goodbye. After 22 years as host of The Tonight Show (and one short-lived retirement), Leno tears up during his final episode on February 6. Somewhere, Conan O’Brien is playing the world’s tiniest violin.
Jimmy and the Muppets. Jimmy Fallon says goodbye to Late Night on February 7 with a little help from Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, Miss Piggy and Kermit. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with house band the Roots premieres February 17.
Russian Police Choir Performs “Get Lucky.” Friday’s Opening Ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics was beautiful and elegant with a balletic excerpt from War and Peace and OMGDIDYOUSEETHIS?
A Russian 15-Year-Old Dominated Figure Skating. Yulia Lipnitskaya made her Olympic debut during the team skating competition. Her performance was pretty much flawless — the kind of athletic brilliance made possible by an absence of “woman hips,” as my old track coach would say.
Catch up on the weekend’s most-viewed moments every Monday with Viral Video Weekend Recap.