Three days in NYC with Jimmy Fallon and The Daily Show

So last week, I traveled to New York City for the first time in a while. I really like NYC for all it it has to offer and on this trip I got to catch up with two cousins, Michael and Josh (and his wife Nicole) and and old friend from college, Gurran.

But I got to attend a taping of Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, Dec. 12 (I already had already acquired tickets for this), and then attend the final taping of The Daily Show of the year: Thursday, Dec. 13 (which I picked up the day of).

I went to Jimmy Fallon with my cousin Brad and we managed to get on TV, shown in these screenshots:

Jimmy!

I'm on the right with my hands in the air. My cousin is to the left of me

I’m on the right with my hands in the air. My cousin is to the right of me

The next day I managed to get one ticket for The Daily Show. That was awesome. Kristen Stewart (ugh!) was the guest and it was one of the correspondent’s last shows, Wyatt Cynac. That was sad, but the show was fun.

The highlight of the entire trip for me was taking the Fung-Wa bus from Boston to NYC ($15 each way with free Wi-Fi) and not getting hurt.

Here is a picture of the outside of The Daily Show studio:

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About timcroes

Now 32, Tim worked as a sports editor for a weekly paper down in Virginia, hated it down there, moved back to the Granite State (New Hampshire) back in November 2009 and absolutely loves life up here in the great outdoors. Since October of 2010, Tim has been the Staff Reporter at The Baysider. Please also check out www.yankeehate.com for his opinions on all things Red Sox.
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