Jimmy Fallon who will take over as the "Late Night" show host on March 2, sat down with current host Conan O'Brien on Wednesday -- and the funnyman proved he has done his homework for his upcoming television endeavor.
After catching up with Jimmy and showing him a clip of his previous appearance on the show, Conan asked his successor how he felt about taking over.
"I'm excited and nervous," Jimmy admits. "It's amazing, this feels good." During the interview the 34-year-old explained all the ways he is preparing for the new hosting gig including watching DVDs of old talk shows, practicing different ways for a host to walk out on stage, and even undergoing surgery!
"I can't see far away and I know this show uses cue cards," Jimmy says. "I got Lasik surgery... I'm doing anything I can to make this show work."
Conan also made sure to leave the "SNL" alum with some friendly advice: "For the love of God, don't do anything I do."