The very last moment of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

As has been widely publicized, Jimmy Fallon is moving on from his late night show to become the new host of the Tonight Show. Here’s the very last little bit of his last show. If the muppets don’t do it for you, just skip ahead to 3:40 and watch to the end. Nice.



  • http://tewha.net/ Steven Fisher

    Muppets are awesome, Dave. What a nice way to go out. :)

  • crateish

    When will Jay ‘Mediocrity’ Leno screw Fallon over and return? 6 month? 3 months?

    • http://tewha.net/ Steven Fisher

      I think there’s a good chance Leno will stay gone this time, but I’m sure not willing to put money on it…

  • ChuckO

    How can a Canadian site not call out the nice homage to “The Band”?

  • http://www.dennisdeschampsblogs.blogspot.com/ drmacintosh

    How in tarnation is Jimmy Fallon, new host of The Tonight Show, succeeding Jay Leno broadcasting in New York City for. Johnny Carson and Jay Leno host of The Tonight Show broadcast from NBC studio in Burbank, CA and The Late Show is broadcast in New York City. This screws us living in Burbank and surrounding cities from being a part of history of the Tonight Show Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien for a short stint :-(, Jay Leno from being able to get tickets and be a part of the historic studio audience. Let’s get with the times here.

    • jimmy little

      I get that moving to New York is a big change, but I think it’s funny that you expect us to “get with the times” by asking the show to stay in a 60 year old location.

      Now, all of us millions of people in NY will get a chance to sit in that “historic” audience, right?

    • Mark Holoubek

      Los Angeles is 72 suburbs in search of a city. Dorothy Parker is still right!

  • Moeskido

    I’ve never been a huge fan of Fallon’s, but gigging with Dr. Teeth and the Mayhem was a great way to end a show.