06 February 2013 761 Views

Jimmy Fallon’s “Downton Abbey” Parody Series Returns With Third Episode

by Dan Koelsch

downton sixbey

Downtown Abbey is a British period television drama that airs on ITV in the UK and PBS here in the states. While the show is very popular, it is a bit dry, and thus ripe for parodying. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, my favorite late night talk show, has made its own series called “Downton Sixbey”, which includes several special guests. Last night’s Late Night showed the third episode in the series, so I’ve included all three after the break for you to check out.

For more info on the parody series, go to Late Night’s Downton Sixbey page.

UPDATE: Episode 4 aired last night. Watch it below



New

Going on Holiday this Season? Try our Fictional Countries Passports!
19 December 2017
Going on Holiday this Season? Try our Fictional Countries Passports!

May interest You

Viral Video Roundup: “Star Wars”, “Game of Thrones”, Batman, And More!
22 June 2014
Viral Video Roundup: “Star Wars”, “Game of Thrones”, Batman, And More!
Viral Video Round-Up: Wonder Woman, Government Shutdown, Breaking Bad, “50 Shades of Grey”, And More!
06 October 2013
Viral Video Round-Up: Wonder Woman, Government Shutdown, Breaking Bad, “50 Shades of Grey”, And More!
Viral Video Round-Up: “Star Trek” Teleporter Illusion, Joking Bad, Anchorman 2, and More!
15 September 2013
Viral Video Round-Up: “Star Trek” Teleporter Illusion, Joking Bad, Anchorman 2, and More!

Popular

Die Hard with a Podcast! PolitFlix ponders the Die Hard series past and future. Also: Lethal Weapon 5? Star Trek Discovery continues. Expendables. And all the usual film /political news and comment with Dave Bond, James Murphy and Frank Mengarelli
05 November 2017
Die Hard with a Podcast! PolitFlix ponders the Die Hard series past and future. Also: Lethal Weapon 5? Star Trek Discovery continues. Expendables. And all the usual film /political news and comment with Dave Bond, James Murphy and Frank Mengarelli
PolitFlix: The Richard Curtis Rom-Coms, from 4 Weddings to About Time: Dave Bond and James Murphy look at the Brand, the Ethos, the Politics, the Legacy! Also: Blade Runner 2049/Indy 5, Justice League, Last Jedi, Brexit and those secret JFK Files!..
27 October 2017
PolitFlix: The Richard Curtis Rom-Coms, from 4 Weddings to About Time: Dave Bond and James Murphy look at the Brand, the Ethos, the Politics, the Legacy! Also: Blade Runner 2049/Indy 5, Justice League, Last Jedi, Brexit and those secret JFK Files!..

Tags