Hold on, T-Pain! This isn't a collection of links about shorties. It's just a quick rundown of links because I'm running short on time today.
OK, first of all, Jimmy Fallon made his debut on Late Night last night. EW's Ken Tucker and E!'s Natalie Finn offered their initial thoughts, but I'm going to wait to pass judgment until a few episodes air. Look for a review next week. (OK, I gotta say the extreme product placement was kinda killing me last night, even more than Fallon's lame-brained interviewing skills. Liked The Roots, though. And that Justin Timberlake interview embedded above was decent, thanks to JT.)
In other TV news, ABC canceled Life on Mars, and The OC's Mischa Barton could be starring in The CW's new Melrose Place remake.
Stereogum has new tracks from — in descending order of popularity and probably ascending order of quality — Green Day, Art Brut and Goes Cube.
The Wire creator David Simon was unhappy with Baltimore police reporting, so he started his own investigation.
Christopher Guest's Spinal Tap crew is playing songs from that movie as well as A Mighty Wind and others on an acoustic tour that includes a tour stop at the Palace Theatre.
Iggy Pop is releasing a French jazz album.
Finally, enjoy this Amy Sedaris Mad Men spoof.