-“Our fifth anniversary. You guys made it.
Sit down, sit down, sit down. Welcome, everybody,
to ‘The Tonight Show,’ fifth anniversary. [ Knock on door ]
Yeah? -Hey, Jimmy,
we’re ready for you. -Okay, great.
-Happy fifth anniversary. -Yay! No, thank you. -Happy five.
-Happy five. Five years. -Yeah, man.
-Good show. Good show, good show.
-Ah. -Do you believe we’ve been doing
this shiz for five years? -Yeah. Yeah. Actually, uh, I can.
-You know what’s funny? You know what
the traditional gift for a five-year anniversary is? -Cotton?
-Unh-unh. -Just tell me, Higgins.
What is it? -It’s wood.
-That’s right. Right. -Just — Just say it. -You want to sit around and
give each other wood later on? -There it is.
Thanks, buddy. -Oh, do you mind if I plug
my barbecue cookbook during the warmup?
-No! -Sir, I’ve told you several
times already I’m not a janitor. -Okay, okay, what’s your name?
-Bob. -Okay, Bob who’s not a janitor,
why don’t you go find a janitor and tell him the get
the giant fricking cockroaches out of my dressing room,
which looks like a crack house! -Ben?
-Oh. Great. Perfect. That’s just perfect.
-What are you doing here, pal? -Well, I was gonna surprise you
for your big anniversary show, but I guess now
I can just go [bleep] myself. -Huh?
-Surprise is over, everybody! Surprise is ruined. -No.
What are you talking about? That’s fantastic!
-Zero surprise. -Don’t worry about it.
It’s gonna be great. It’ll be fantastic.
I’ll just act surprised. -Oh, you’ll act surprised. Nice try, dude.
I’ve seen you act. -Okay, that’s — that’s rude.
-Whatever, “Taxi.” You’re lucky I’m even here. Surprise! -What crawled up
your ass and died? ♪ Oh, Tina ♪ Knocky knocky.
[ Knock on door ] Where is she? Where’s the most perfect girl
in the whole wide world? Hi.
-Do you need something? I’m getting ready. -Yeah, no,
I just wanted to say hi, pal, and welcome and, uh… Wass-u-u-up?! -Wow.
Like the beer commercial. -Yeah.
-It’s topical stuff. I’ll see you out there. -You look great, by the way. -I think he gained some weight.
-Uh, you think? He looks like he’s wearing
a mask of his own face. -No freaking way.
-Yeah, freaking way. Freakin’ thing must’ve been
2, 3 inches long. -Oh, we don’t got enough
crap around here? Now we got friggin’ cockroaches
all over the place. -Is that still a thing,
cockroaches? -They’re getting worse.
-They’ve been mating. -Ugh. -Now, folks, you see
that flashing sign up there? That sign that says
“Amaze-balls”? See it?
[ Laughter ] No, I’m kidding.
It actually says “Applause.” Gerard, can you flicker that
for a second? [ Cheers and applause ]
There you go. Now, remember… you are a big part of this show, and the better you are,
the better Jimmy is. And speaking of better, if you want a better rack
of ribs this barbecue season… -Oh, no. No, no, no.
Don’t plug the book. -…the ’80s cookbook, “The Bone Sucker’s Guide
to a Good Ribbing.” -This book’s been out of print
for 30 years. -Wherever limited self-published
cookbooks are sold. So take a tip
from the old bone sucker… -The bone sucker?
Are you joking? -10 seconds.
10 seconds. Now get ready
to have a good time. -10 seconds.
This is fun. [ Cheers and applause ] This is fun.
-Here we go in 5, 4, 3… [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -From Studio 6B
in Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City, it’s “The Tonight Show”
starring Jimmy Fallon. ♪♪ Tonight,
join Jimmy and his guests — Tina Fey,
animal expert Robert Irwin, musical guest
Florida Georgia Line, and featuring
the legendary Roots crew. -10-2-2!
-Do I look puffy? -Not at all.
-No, you look amazing. -You guys look great, too. -Jimmy Fallon!
[ Cheers and applause ] -♪ Hey, hey hey, hey ♪ -♪ Hey, hey hey, hey ♪ -Oh, my goodness! Hello!
-♪ Hey, hey hey, hey ♪ -♪ Hey, hey hey, hey ♪ Hello!
Thank you guys so much! Thank you!
Thank you! ♪♪ Oh, my goodness.
Hey! That’s a good crowd right there!