Jimmy Fallon and GE Teamed Up to Showcase Some Young Inventors on Last Night’s Tonight Show With “Fallonventions”

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It’s Jimmy Fallon’s first week as the host of The Tonight Show, and he’s already crushing it. We particularly loved this segment sponsored by GE to highlight some young inventors called “Fallonventions.” See what these kids came up with, and how it compares to Fallon’s own inventions in this video.

(via The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)

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