Jimmy Fallon officially took the helm of “The Tonight Show” last night with a star-studded debut that was the show’s first broadcast from New York in 42 years. Fallon reserved part of his monologue for NBC colleagues Matt Lauer and Al Roker, who learned (or attempted) to luge on the Olympic track in full spandex last week. “You can’t unsee that,” Fallon said of the stunt. “Actually, the screaming actually came from their sled.” Watch:
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