'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon has been in the market for a truck for awhile now -- why the hard-and-fast New Yorker needs a truck is still a bit of a mystery, but it may involve pumpkin-hauling -- and he's finally settled on one. It's a Ford 150 King Ranch! Which sort of sounds like a delicious brand of potato chip, but also looks very impressive.
But, because this is Fallon, he's not just going to buy the truck, he needs to make a little game out of it. In this case, however, it sounds like a big game, as Fallon and 'The Tonight Show' are set to host something they like to call Fingers on a 4x4 (if you're not familiar with 'Hands on a Hardbody,' now might be the time to change that). Fallon has invited 10 Ford sales consultants to New York City to prove just how much they want to sell the late night host the vehicle, by putting their fingers (or whole hands, whatever) on the body of the truck (located on the deck of the Intrepid Aircraft Carrier, because America) and staying put. Last man standing wins and gets to sell the truck to Fallon. Sound insane? It's going to be a weeklong event.