The "Tonight Show" host likened it to a type of viral video.
The former president received some celebrity help in the spoof Fallon bit, but it did not end well.
The "Tonight Show" host obtained some honest answers from the former president. Sort of.
The actor, now 20, said he's excited to see how the characters in the hit Netflix series "are going to finish their journeys" in Season 5.
The "Tonight Show" host zinged Donald Trump Jr. with an "indictment bracket."
Donald Trump's expected indictment provided the "Tonight Show" host with plenty of comic material.
The "Tonight Show" host couldn't believe it.
"Since the first one, we’ve been wanting to do [part] two," said Mitchell, who played Ed in the original 1997 comedy.
The "Wednesday" star played "Box of Lies" with Jimmy Fallon and came up short.
The talk show host and singer are even closer than we thought.