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Jimmy Fallon to bid 'Late Night' farewell Feb. 8 at 12:05 a.m.

Jay Leno will bid "The Tonight Show" farewell (again) on Feb. 6 after returning to his post in 2010, rounding out a 22-year stint behind the show's desk. His successor, Jimmy Fallon, will say goodbye to his current post at "Late Night" the next day. We'll be bringing you updates, memories, and funny moments as the two reigns come to an end. Contribute to the conversation here (in the comments) or on Twitter using the hashtag #lenogoodbye, #leno, #fallonfarewell, #fallon, #tonightshow, or #latenight.

Jay Leno bid "The Tonight Show" farewell (again) on Feb. 6 after returning to his post in 2010, rounding out a 22-year stint behind the show's desk. His successor, Jimmy Fallon, will say goodbye to his current post at "Late Night" the eve of Feb. 7 (technically Feb. 8 at 12:35 a.m.). 

We'll be bringing you updates, memories, and funny moments as the two reigns come to an end. Contribute to the conversation here (in the comments) or on Twitter using the hashtag #lenogoodbye, #leno, #fallonfarewell, #fallon, #tonightshow, or #latenight.
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