For someone who spent the '90s working comedy clubs and giggling on "Saturday Night Live," before eventually getting bit parts in serious Hollywood fare like "Almost Famous" or "Band of Brothers," Jimmy Fallon sure likes to pretend that he was in a string of failed TV shows, soap operas and B-movies during that time period.
One such B-movie was the sci-fi thriller "Space Train," a gripping tale about a train in space. While guests Will Arnett and Sir Richard Branson, who happened to be his co-stars in "Space Train," stopped by "Late Night," they showed a "clip" from the movie.
And yes, "Space Train" is as awesome/stupid as it sounds. And this isn't the first time Fallon has brought up "Space Train." The movie was first referenced in the very first episode of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" in 2009, with guest Robert De Niro.