She handled "Box of Lies" rather well
Stevie Wonder also helps "Tonight Show" host Fallon celebrate the milestone
A new game from Jimmy Fallon also gifted us Bob Dylan singing "Rude"
The four stars played Pictionary on "The Tonight Show"
But they did giggle a lot, so it's all good
"Tonight" hits a seven-week high in viewership as host Jay Leno gnaws the hand that feeds
Meanwhile, Jimmy Kimmel says that NBC is "obviously" looking to ditch Jay Leno
"The Tonight Show" will also move back to New York when Fallon takes over, New York Times reports
President visits Jay Leno two days after last debate
On the 50th anniversary of the debut of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, TheWrap presents a handful of classic moments
Host re-ups with NBC through 2014
About 20 staffers dismissed last week
Jay Leno's talk show is down in ratings, but it remains No. 1 in late night
Stallon talks about memory of Sage Stallone while promoting "The Expendables 2" on "The Tonight Show"
O'Brien on Leno: "There are very few ways in which he and I relate … we're not interested in the same things"
But Romney also jokes about Santorum being his "press secretary"
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney to appear on late-night TV, after his senior adviser compares his campaign to a children's toy
The First Lady brought veggie-hatin' Leno fries and a pizza … sweet potato fries and veggie pizza
The "Late Show" host would remain on air until at least 2014 and surpass the 30-year run of his talk show hero, Johnny Carson
Kris Kardashian tells Jay Leno viewers will get "a really fascinating glimpse into the kids' journey" in NYC
Former president's political skills put to the test
A newly contrite Charlie Sheen tells Jay Leno he would have fired himself from "Two and a Half Men"
Charlie Sheen's pre-roast media tour will include a stop on "The Tonight Show" on Thursday
"My first job as your commencement speaker is to illustrate that life is not fair."
The recently-axed sitcom star uses his former bosses' own airwaves to skewer them
TBS already is reaping economic rewards from its bold embrace of NBC's late-night reject
Numbers however are helped by an NFL overrun
"Law & Order," Jay Leno, Ed O'Neill, "The Big Bang Theory" and Charlie Sheen all fall into the "overlooked" category
TBS is launching an Emmy "for your consideration" campaign in support of Conan O'Brien's show — on NBC. Doing what the peacock would not, TBS...
In more excerpts from Sunday's "60 Minutes," Coco says he has no regrets, and he didn't get screwed