Joan Rivers Returns to “The Tonight Show” With Her Wry Sense of Humor

Rivers was banned from "The Tonight Show" for 26 years.

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Joan Rivers appeared on the "Tonight Show" for her first interview after being banned for 26 years. Of course, the "Fashion Police" star's notoriously bawdy humor was front and center.

Without giving away all her best quips, during her segment Rivers compared one of her limos to the holocaust, and the importance of baths to her lady parts. 

The comedienne also said that Fallon was emotional during his first show because he is Irish. 

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The 80-year-old also made a joke about her age.

"On my bucket list, number one is 'wake up'," Rivers said. 

Watch Rivers bring the funny above. 

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