Before he takes his final bow on "The Tonight Show," JAY LENO stops by to bid Ellen adieu! For 22 years as host of “Tonight,” Jay has entertained the world with his saucy wit, engaging interviews and funny headline gaffes. An Emmy-winning comedian and host, he masterfully transformed his talent in standup into a platform for unique celebrity mingling, musical performances, and of course, "Jaywalking." His rapport with Ellen goes back even further. Ellen has appeared on "The Tonight Show" 32 times, and credits Jay with helping her get booked for her very first stint with Johnny Carson!
Over the years, Jay and Ellen have shared many laughs, secrets, and he’s always game for a good time when Ellen's around. Quite fittingly, the car aficionado will go out in style by visiting Ellen on one of the last stops on his incredible ride through Hollywood! She's already given him a denim snuggie as a going away present… imagine what she has planned today!
Then, everyone is loving TERRY CREWS in his hit television comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The actor and former NFL linebacker went from the hilarious, chiseled hunk in the Old Spice commercials to the very funny star of the Golden Globe-winning Best Comedy Series. Terry's list of hits includes roles in films like "White Chicks," "Bridesmaids" and "The Longest Yard," as well as the TBS sitcom, "Are We There Yet?" It’s his latest project that has pushed him into primetime glory. He'll bring all that energy and the inside scoop on set life with co-star Andy Samberg when he sits down with Ellen!
On Wednesday, Ellen welcomes two of comedy's finest!
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