He's been host of the "Tonight Show" for over two decades and last night, Feb. 6, marked Jay Leno's last show in the famed 11:35 time-slot.
The 63-year-old joked in his final monologue, "I don't like goodbyes, NBC does, but I don't!" referring to the infamous 2009 shakeup, where Conan O'Brien took over the "Tonight Show" desk for less than a year.
But this time, the grey-haired host left off with a bang, just as he started 22 years ago, with a number one rating and guest stars Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks, who were the TV personality's first-ever guests.
Once it came time for Leno to say his final farewell, he put all joking aside to thank his "talented" crew.
"This has been the greatest 22 years of my life," said the teary-eyed host. "And I got to work with producers, and writers and just all kinds of talented people who make me look a lot smarter than I really am."
But before the lights went dark, guest Crystal presented Leno with a very special all-star tribute, sung to "The Sound of Music" tune "So Long, Farewell."
Take a look at the hilarious performance (which includes a few more jabs at NBC execs!)
For his last words, Leno quoted the legendary Johnny Carson, who served as "Tonight Show" host from 1962-1992: "I bid you all a heartfelt goodnight," he said before shaking hands with his late-night team.
Jimmy Fallon takes over for Leno on Feb. 17 with guest stars Will Smith and U2.
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