Jimmy Fallon and Pitbull play life-size 'Simpsons' beer pong: Watch

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jimmy-fallon-pitbull-tonight-show-simpsons-moes-beer-pong.jpgJimmy Fallon spent his last night hosting the "Tonight Show" in Universal Orlando in true style: By playing a game of life-sized beer pong with Pitbull in front of Moe's Tavern at the theme park. It was just one of many nods to Fallon's amusement park host during the course of the show; the fourth and final that was taped on the Orlando, Fla., lot.

Zap2it was invited to attend the taping as part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley media preview event. It seems Fallon was one of the few who got a chance to ride on the Escape From Gringotts ride as he had hoped for before it shut down for the preview, and he was a big fan.

So much of a fan, it seems, that he had plenty of "Thank You" notes to write. He managed to ignore fans in the audience yelling "Ew!" long enough to get out a lengthy list, including a hilarious nod to the "It's not the heat, it's the humidity" explanation of Florida's weather.



Fallon's guests were George Lopez and Pitbull. While Pitbull had the honor of being in a sketch, Lopez took over his interview time like a true comedian and shared a hilarious bit about how he names his tours after things his grandmother used to yell at him.



As Pitbull just came off his World Cup 2014 opening performance, talk inevitably turned to his pants. It was a subject raised both during his interview, and acknowledged later during the beer pong tournament.





A couple hours later, Pitbull took to the stage in Universal Studios near the Rip Ride Rocket roller coaster and performed "We Are One" and "Timber."


Though Fallon's time in Florida often felt like a commercial for Universal Orlando, it also was a great move on NBC's part to showcase the awesome Diagon Alley theme park expansion. It opens to the public on July 8.
Photo/Video credit: NBC