Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake Return To Camp Winnipesaukee To Sing ‘Ironic’


It may be the end of October, but Camp Winnipesaukee is still in session and attempting to keep campers quiet.

Justin Timberlake returned to The Tonight Show this week to get in some bff time with host Jimmy Fallon and the two revisited their braces and twin beds for yet another hilarious Camp Winnipesaukee skit.

The skit is all things ’90s, including the inspiration for their Halloween costumes (Blossom), their short shorts, and of course their musical choices. This time around, the boys stayed up to sing Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic” and almost made it through an entire verse without breaking. But really, isn’t that what we watch these skits for?

A. D. Miles returns as Mr. Fletcher, the frustrated and ignored camp counselor who always makes us think of the actor’s time on Wet Hot American Summer. Except, this version, which is on late night TV, is surprisingly G-rated.

The long-running skit with Timberlake and Fallon first began in 2013 when Fallon was still the host of Late Night. Three years ago the comedic duo debuted their younger campers ‘Justin and Jimmy’ as two fans of Hootie and the Blowfish. The ’90s were great.

In case years of skits and musical performances haven’t done it already, Timberlake and Fallon cemented their best friend status by playing the Best Friend Games. Not surprising, they nailed it. Keeping your poop in a jar? Trust us, watch the clip.

Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday to Friday at 11:30E on CTV Two and catch repeats weekdays at 4E/1P on Much.