Jimmy Fallon enlisted some help from an old friend on Wednesday's episode of The Tonight Show.

Fallon's former co-anchor on Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update," Tina Fey, joined in the fun with the Ragtime Gals, performing a barbershop quartet version of Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like." Do Fey's talent know no limits? We don't think so. Someone get her an album deal, stat.

Over at Jimmy Kimmel Live!, viewers got a little Mother's Day preview when show staffers read texts from their moms. If you've ever had a conversation with your mother, you'll certainly relate to these sometimes head-scratching, sometimes random, yet always amusing, texts.

James Corden was also in a Mother's Day mood on The Late Late Show when he recruited two men and their moms for a game of "Face Your Mother," in which they had to answer questions about each other to figure out how well they know each other. The  results? Total hilarity.

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