After his fans in the studio audience roared their welcome on his penultimate Late Night show last week, Jimmy Fallon reminded viewers at home they had just seen Jay Leno say his second (and probably final) goodbye on the "Tonight Show," according to USA TODAY.
"Bummer; I liked that guy," Fallon said of Leno's second forced exit, after a 22-year run. But "in a way, it's good for me."
That's an understatement. On Monday, Fallon becomes TheTonight Show's sixth host in its 60-year run, and returns the show to New York (his idea) for the first time since Johnny Carson moved West in 1972, USA TODAY reports.
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