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Land of Second Chances
Donald Trump held a rally on Sunday in Texas, where he said, if re-elected as president, he would consider pardoning those involved with the Capitol riot. On Monday’s “Daily Show,” Trevor Noah called Trump “the greatest con man of all time,” noting he had not pardoned those involved while he was still in office and instead let them be prosecuted.
“But this is the Bengals’ first Super Bowl appearance since the ’80s. A lot has changed since then: Back then, inflation was high, there was tension with Russia, and our president was in his late 70s.” — JIMMY FALLON
“And, this is crazy, the Super Bowl is being played in Los Angeles at the Rams’ home stadium. That’s right, even N.F.L. players are working from home.” — JIMMY FALLON
“That’s right, we’re two weeks away from the game and experts are wondering, if a Super Bowl doesn’t have Tom Brady, can it still be called the Super Bowl?” — JIMMY FALLON
The Bits Worth Watching
Jimmy Fallon gave two puppies the task of predicting which team will win the Super Bowl.
What We’re Excited About on Tuesday Night
David Letterman will celebrate 40 years of “Late Night” with Seth Meyers on Tuesday.
Also, Check This Out
The new documentary series about Janet Jackson offered more insight into the private pop star but still doesn’t dig too deep.