Jimmy Fallon: I wanted to say a "Hello", and a "Hi", and a hug, for all the people watching our show in Paris, and all over the world, really. Uh, what happened last Friday night changed us. And, uh, we are - we are different people than we were, uh, at 4 o'clock last Friday. Uh, those shootings, and bombings, were set out to destroy us, and destroy humanity. But guess what? It - it backfired. Because instead, those events brought us all even closer together. And, uh, the - the kernel of all this destruction became love, around the world. And, uh, I was watching the news in Sydney, and Brazil - and here in Manhattan, of course, in New York City - we're all showing our support, and we are closer now than we've ever, ever been; I can feel it. Uh, so from all of us here at The Tonight Show, our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims, and we want to let you know that - that we believe in you, and you're doing the right thing by going outside, and eating at restaurants, and bringing your kids to the park, and going to the movies; uh, I've been watching the news all weekend, and they *are* doing it - uh, they're living their life without fear. Uh, showing us that the best way to mourn the dead is to live - uh, to live through it. You're setting a great example on how to deal with this. Uh, thank you, and thank you for watching; I hope that we can be a moment of joy through these tough times.