(New York Daily News) "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno signed off on his 22-year career behind the desk Thursday with a few jokes — and plenty of tears.
In his final monologue before turning the reins over to the younger Jimmy Fallon, Leno, 63, made it clear he's not happy about giving up the "best job in show business."
"I don't like goodbyes. NBC does, I don't," Leno joshed as he took the stage in beautiful downtown Burbank. "Well, tonight is our last show for real. I don't need to get fired three times, I get the hint."
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