(Undated) -- Jimmy Fallon says he's going to miss Jay Leno now that the talk show veteran has stepped down from "The Tonight Show." But on Thursday's episode of "Late Night," Fallon confessed that that's not the only emotion he's feeling right now.
Fallon's show followed Leno's last "Tonight Show" appearance that night, and Jimmy started his monologue with little fake crying. But he also sincerely thanked Jay for being such a great guy. Fallon says he has fond memories of visiting the "Tonight Show" studios in California over the years, including his final trip to Burbank on Monday to kick off Leno's last week. He joked that the ratings for all of the farewell shows have been so good that NBC is thinking about saying goodbye to Jay for a little longer. Fallon is scheduled to bring "The Tonight Show" back to New York City starting February 17th.
Jimmy Fallon starts his monologue by thanking Jay Leno.
Jimmy Fallon says NBC is going to keep Leno's final week going a little longer.
Jimmy Fallon talks about visiting the "Tonight Show" studio in California.