03:57 — Jimmy pens thank you notes to Mattel for introducing 15 new Ken dolls, hand sanitizer and other things.
05:53 — Keanu Reeves explains why he almost named himself Chuck Spadina and looks through some of his doppelgängers found on keanuisimmortal.com.
03:13 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, June 23.
02:54 — Keanu Reeves chats about his epic The Bad Batch movie look.
05:18 — Cat Deeley compares big heads with Jimmy, discusses her emotional surprise birthday party and her Newlywed Game meets Kids Say the Darndest Things mas (more…)
04:03 — Keanu Reeves and Jimmy take turns guessing random words, names and phrases while wearing noise-canceling headphones.
02:03 — Ali Kolbert returns to Studio 6B to talk about her NBC page days, juggling stand-up with work and shares advice for anyone getting into comedy.
01:10 — A 60-second supercut of the best moments from The Tonight Show the week of June 19, 2017.
03:34 — Ray Romano chats with Jimmy about his critically-acclaimed turn in The Big Sick.
04:20 — Ruth Negga debates Jimmy about her surprising favorite movie, Grease 2, before showing off her imitation of Seth Rogen's laugh that she picked up whil (more…)
05:41 — Jimmy and The Roots play Prince songs to get psyched about Warner Brothers' re-issue of Purple Rain, including a version Prince remastered himself.
03:41 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Thursday, June 22.
06:38 — Ray Romano talks to Jimmy about how proud he is of his daughter - and how worried he is about his sons - and the best bargain he's been offered on the (more…)
06:28 — Camila Cabello and The Roots help Jimmy sing his favorite tweets with the hashtag #SummerSongs.
04:14 — Music guest Camila Cabello performs "Crying in the Club" for the Tonight Show audience.
03:35 — Mario Batali is challenged to invent recipes based on three randomly selected ingredient cards.
04:17 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Wednesday, June 21.
02:14 — Jimmy reveals the followup to his children's picture book Your Baby's First Word Will Be DADA.
03:39 — Music guest Liam Payne performs "Strip That Down" for the Tonight Show audience.
03:57 — Mario Batali chats about his line cook past and his work with EAT (RED) to help rid the world of AIDS and other charities.
02:57 — Ashton Kutcher explains how Netflix's The Ranch was partly inspired by Roseanne's success telling stories about families in middle America.
04:04 — Ashton Kutcher and Jimmy discuss his kids and share their love for The Bachelorette's Rachel Lindsay.
02:43 — In an effort to make basic math more relatable to kids, Jimmy breaks down arithmetic using pop culture references and notable names.