Billy Crystal, Rose Byrne and chef Nobu Matsuhisa visit The Tonight Show.
Jimmy chats with Liam Neeson and Terry Gilliam; Tim McGraw performs.
The Tonight Show welcomes Julianna Margulies, Jerry Lewis and Public Enemy.
Barbra Streisand takes over The Tonight Show on an all-new episode.
Jimmy plays host to Glenn Close, Justin Long and Kurt Braunohler.
Jessica Chastain, Jeffrey Tambor and Chris Brown stop by The Tonight Show.
The Tonight Show welcomes Hugh Jackman, Nick Offerman and Luke Bryan.
Jimmy is joined by Keith Richards,Debra Messing and The Replacements.
Jason Segel, Steve Harvey and Alicia Keys pay a visit to The Tonight Show.
Jimmy is joined by Claire Danes, Mo'ne Davis and Fences feat. Macklemore.
Larry David, Gisele Bündchen, Jeezy and Future visit The Tonight Show.
Jimmy welcomes Blake Shelton, Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.
The Tonight Show is all-new with Adam Levine, Meredith Vieira and Maroon 5.
The Tonight Show plays host to Ethan Hawke, Amy Sedaris and The Secret Sisters.
Jimmy is joined by Josh Brolin and Giada De Laurentiis.
Jimmy asks James about the parody magazine covers all over New York promoting the new season of his hit show, The Blacklist.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, September 19. Part 2 of 2.
Stevie promises Jimmy some tickets for his upcoming show in New York as part of his Songs in the Key of Life tour.
Jimmy asks Stevie to bring some memories to life by playing songs on his harmonica.
Jimmy pens thank you notes to the phrase 'I can't even' and other things.
Jimmy hands out superlatives to players from the Carolina Panthers and Pittsburgh Steelers ahead of their Sunday night matchup.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, September 19. Part 1 of 2.
Music guest Stevie Wonder performs "Sir Duke" for the Tonight Show audience.
James Spader talks to Jimmy about his eye-opening experience at Comic Con.
Adam and Drew recall their 22-hour flight to shoot the film Blended in South Africa and how they coped with the trip.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, March 4. Part 2 of 2.
Jimmy weighs the good and the bad of heading to New Orleans for Mardi Gras.
Artie Lange shares the story about a stand up set gone wrong at the Playboy Mansion.
During the monologue, Jimmy tries his hand at matchmaking by sending two single friends downstairs for an ice cream date.
After recapping his experience during a recent Los Angeles earthquake, Greg has some advice for Jimmy should his studio start to shake.
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