Late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon kicked off his second episode of The Tonight Show will the help of an old friend: Rob Ford.
In Fallon’s opening monologue on Wednesday night, Toronto’s “crack-smoking” mayor was made the butt of jokes once again, but this time the focus was on the city's upcoming municipal election.
“Gosh we love this guy, cus it’s at least two or three jokes every night. He’s been great to us,” Fallon admitted. He then poked fun at Ford’s over-the-top love for Toronto as the main reason behind the embattled mayor’s re-election bid.
“Nothing says that you’re sober like telling everyone in town that you love them.”
Fallon then chased more laughs from the audience with an “exclusive” scoop on leaked Ford re-election posters, most lampooning the mayor’s admitted drug use.
“He has my vote. Can I vote? Can I Vote… I love Canada. I can vote, right?” Fallon joked.
Watch the full monologue above.
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