The two tore into the treasury secretary for profiting from Sears' bankruptcy as a board member of the company.
A New Jersey bill, sparked by the Toys R Us and Sears layoffs, would require large companies to pay off workers they're dumping.
By typing in a code, shoppers got huge discounts, especially at Sears, "The Tonight Show" host said.
Bankruptcy wasn't inevitable. It was Wall Street's business strategy.
The century-old retailer once dominated U.S. malls but has withered in the age of internet shopping.
The mall staple has already closed hundreds of stores over the last year.
The incident happened on or after Sept. 26, 2017 and was found and resolved on Oct. 12.