It's a match made in comedy heaven.
When Justin Timberlake starts his weeklong stint as the musical guest on Jimmy Fallon's "Late Night" on Monday, it will mark a decade of hilarity brought to us by these two friends.
Timberlake and Fallon's meet-cute started at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards. As they told GQ, Timberlake emerged from a giant boom box with his *NSYNC band members, and host Fallon, still a cast member on "Saturday Night Live," cracked a joke about needing 150,000 batteries.
And so a bromance was born. Over the next decade, they moved on in their careers -- Timberlake as a successful solo act and movie actor, and Fallon to his own "Late Night." But they still get together to make us laugh. Check out a timeline of their comedy friendship:
2003: Timberlake's first "SNL" hosting gig
Timberlake's first time as host (he'd been the musical guest before with *NSYNC) brought us the amazing creation that is "The Barry Gibb Talk Show." It would become a recurring sketch throughout the years, even after Fallon left "SNL" in 2004.
Another memorable Timberlake-Fallon collaboration was their impersonation of Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey:
2005: Return of the Gibb
Timberlake wasn't hosting this time, but his then-girlfriend Cameron Diaz was. And so Fallon returned to "SNL," along with his "Fever Pitch" movie co-star, Drew Barrymore, to revive "The Barry Gibb Talk Show."
2006: Timberlake's second time as host
This infamous episode will be remembered as the debut of "D--- in a Box," but even though JT had a new friend in Andy Samberg, his old buddy Fallon showed up for another take on their classic sketch.
2009: Fallon's first "Late Night"
For his debut episode hosting "Late Night," Fallon called upon his friend to be one of his first guests. Little did we know then what their future "Late Night" collaborations would have in store for us…
A few months later, when JT hosted "SNL" for the third time, Fallon returned the favor.