There's no bad blood between Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon.
On an episode of Today airing Monday, Jan. 27, Matt Lauer chatted with Leno and Fallon about what next month's Tonight Show switch-up really means to them.
"Of course I'll miss the show," Leno said. "You know, everybody thinks, 'Oh, are you going to do another late-night show?' No, I'm not."
The Tonight Show veteran reassured Fallon (who kicks off his new gig Feb. 17) that he won't be handing the show over only to take it back a few months later (like what happened in 2010 with Conan O'Brian). "I mean, this time, I was asked," he explained. "The last time I was sort of told, 'This is what's happening.' If he wasn't here, would I still be here? Probably another year or so."