You could watch this Saoirse Ronan and Jimmy Fallon sing Fairytale of New York without any offensive verses (they just removed the entire verse) at half speed with Jimmy doing an awful half-brogue, or just trust that it is bad and watch the original:
I was really upset that I missed this in the credits or something, but it was unreleased until a week ago on Neil Diamond’s 50th Anniversary Collectors Edition set. According to Diamond: “I didn’t ask anybody about it or tell anybody about it, but I wrote this song while we were doing the movie,” Diamond says. “I liked it a lot, but I thought maybe [the movie] needed a little something from the heart, rather than being clever.” After the movie came out, Diamond played the song for director Dennis Dugan, who said he would have likely used the song if he’d known about it.
I never really enjoyed Conan’s bit about fake ads and even Leno’s news bloopers, Headlines, got old after a while. But I just love when Seth Meyers does Bad Sponsors. The products are funny enough, but the tag lines are great. Watch the most recent one: