Americans have been tuning into NBC as of late to watch the U.S. compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics, but for those night owls who are missing their regularly scheduled late night programming, Jimmy Fallon came through with an abridged version of The Tonight Show Monday night.
Fallon introduced his Olympics edition of "Fallon Five" which featured all the staples of your typical late night format, but at rapid-fire speed. He managed to run through some monologue jokes, sending shots at Fergie's interesting national anthem performance and Olypmic doping scandals, made a quick transition with some help from the Roots, and even had time for a one-minute interview with special guest Paul Rudd. Fallon blazed through one-word-answer questions with Rudd, plugged his new Netflix movie, and ended the episode with a frantic duet.
You can catch Fallon's Olympics preempted "Fallon Five" specials this week on NBC.