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Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show' Returns To L.A. For A Week

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Jimmy Fallon will bring The Tonight Show back to Los Angeles next month for a week of late-night antics.

From Feb. 15 to 19, the former former SNL comedian will return to Universal Studios after a successful run last year. Guests lined up for the week include Will Ferrell, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera and Zach Galifianakis, with others to be announced later, according to a release. Whether you'll be tuning in the old school way on TV or (more than likely) watching the highlights online, you can also expect plenty of musical guests, games and sketches.

We can only hope for something as rad as the Saved By The Bell reunion Fallon staged when he filmed out in L.A. last year:

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It seems the "Pros" of doing the show in L.A. outweighed the "Cons" for another year:

And the night before his West Coast appearance, Fallon will be hitting primetime with The Tonight Show Valentine’s Day Anniversary Special, on Sunday, Feb. 14 from 9 - 11 p.m.