Jimmy Fallon has sold three television script ideas to NBC, home of his own talk show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Under his production arm Holiday Road, Jimmy Fallon will executive produce Fat Rob, from writer/creator Jeremy Bronson. The half-hour comedy will focus on an aging rap star and his family woes. Amy Ozols is also on as an executive producer.

Charlie Grandy, who worked with Jimmy Fallon on Saturday Night Live and is a contributing writer on The Office, is behind DILFs. This half-hour sitcom follows a couple of 30-year-old dads that are not quite ready to be a parent.

The last script is titled Rick, from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon writer Gerard Bradford. The comedy follows a stepdad whose new son is the same age as him.

There is no production start date on any of the three programs.