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The "Tonight Show" will return to New York City, its birthplace, when Jimmy Fallon takes over as host

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(NBC) Jimmy Fallon becomes host of "The Tonight Show" on Monday night, following a 22-year run by Jay Leno.

Recently Mark Barger spoke to Jimmy and Jay about this new chapter of the show, and moving it back to New York.

See that interview here.

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