If you missed the star-studded "Saturday Night Live" reunion special on Sunday night, don't worry — Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake have you covered.
The duo kicked off NBC's 40th anniversary show with a musical medley featuring catchphrases from the show's 40-year history. Like, almost all of them.
The five-minute performance riffed on the pair's popular "History of Rap" sketches that first debuted on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and continued when Fallon moved to "The Tonight Show."
From Eddie Murphy's Buckwheat to Dana Carvey's Church Lady to the animated Ambiguously Gay Duo and Timberlake's own "Dick in a Box," digital short, Fallon (a longtime "SNL" cast member) and J.T. (a frequent "SNL" host and guest star) gave shout-outs to virtually the entire pantheon of "SNL's" memorable (and some not-so-memorable) lines during a rap they called "Chronicles of SNL."
So if you didn't have time to watch the three-plus hour show, don't worry about scheduling a DVR marathon - just cue up Fallon and Timberlake's opening number and enjoy. They are two wild and crazy guys!