05:14 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, May 27.
03:35 — Martin Short and Maya Rudolph chat with Jimmy about their instant bond at SNL40 that led to their NBC variety show, Maya & Marty.
02:34 — Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr. tells Jimmy about the time he went to see his play as a guest and ended up in the celebrity section.
04:13 — Music guest Courtney Barnett performs a cover of Grateful Dead's "New Speedway Boogie" for the Tonight Show audience.
02:10 — Leslie Odom Jr. demonstrates how he avoids burping while singing in the middle of Broadway's Hamilton.
03:00 — Jimmy pens thank you notes to the new season of The Bachelorette, Rio de Janeiro and other things.
02:36 — While backstage at The Tonight Show, Leslie Odom Jr. shares a story of the audition where he learned the importance of reading stage directions.
07:35 — Jimmy, Maya and Martin reminisce about a gritty drama they starred in back in the '80s.
01:52 — Dierks Bentley shares how "Black" was inspired by the darker side of relationships and his wife's maiden name.
02:56 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, May 26. Part 2 of 2.
01:37 — Senator Sanders talks about celebrating his upcoming wedding anniversary.
02:47 — Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #SummerRaps.
07:48 — Jimmy and Guillermo enjoy olive oil cocktails and learn to make shrimp fra diavolo with Brooklyn chefs Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli.
02:04 — Penélope Cruz discusses her emotional and, at times, hard-to-watch dramatic film Ma Ma.
03:05 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, May 26. Part 1 of 2.
04:12 — Jeff Daniels is an RV expert, so he gives Jimmy some helpful tips he's picked up while driving a building across the country.
03:34 — Music guest Dierks Bentley performs "Somewhere on a Beach" for the Tonight Show audience.
01:11 — Once again, we've bleeped and blurred all the week's big TV moments.
02:04 — Kyle talks about the very small political party he belongs to.
01:13 — Senator Sanders answers a question that was given to Jimmy by Donald Trump.
01:42 — Senator Sanders talks about Senator John McCain.