Mar 02, 2016 10:19 PM EST

Win Jimmy Fallon’s ‘The Tonight Show’ Tickets! Host Plays ‘Pyramid’ With Nathan Lane And Keri Russell

Read on to know how to win tickets to Jimmy Fallon's "The Tonight Show."

WFLA reported that fans of the late night show can win tickets to see the show's taping as well as a trip to New York City. Viewers just need to watch News Channel 8 each weeknight at 11 p.m.

To win tickets to Jimmy Fallon's "The Tonight Show," fans just need to watch News Channel 8 and watch out for a phone number. Be the 8th caller in order to be a finalist.

"DON'T FORGET: Set a reminder on your phone to watch News Channel 8 at 11 p.m. for your chance to win tickets to see 'The Tonight Show' starring Jimmy Fallon in New York City," the website wrote.

Last Friday, Jimmy Fallon teamed up with Nathan Lane for a game of "Pyramid" on "The Tonight Show." According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo competed with The Roots' Tariq and Keri Russell.

The game had each team give clues to their partners in order to guess a category's word or phrase correctly. The themed categories included "Feli-City" and "Hakuna Matata."

"The Tonight Show" host and Lane, "Hakuna Matata," got movie catchphrases as their first category. The actor had a difficult time and failed to guess "Titanic" and "Forrest Gump."

Tariq and Russell fared better with "John Doe," a category comprised of famous men named John, and "Feli-City," which had them guess U.S. cities.

The publication noted that Jimmy Fallon has "once again let his competitive side show" in "The Tonight Show" episode.

"Can we switch to the match game?" Lane quipped after they lost Round 1 to the other team. "Can we do the thing where you put on the big hand and just hit me?"

Thursday's episode of Jimmy Fallon's "The Tonight Show" featured "Gods of Egypt" star Gerard Butler playing "Slapjack" with the host. The game is similar to the card game blackjack but the winner gets to slap the loser with a giant prosthetic hand, as per TIME.

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