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Tim Allen offers update on old friend Jay Leno after horrifying accident on The Tonight Show

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While promoting his new Disney Plus series The Santa Clauses, Tim Allen offered an update on the condition of his longtime comedian friend, Jay Leno, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.Leno, 72, who hosted The Tonight Show from 1992 to 2014 before retiring and being replaced by Fallon, made headlines earlier this month when he suffered serious burns to his hands and face after one of the vehicles in his garage exploded.Allen, 69, was asked right away by Fallon how Leno was doing, as an amazed Allen recalled his conversation with Leno just after the accident, where Leno revealed he wasn't taking any painkillers despite being in an immense amount of pain.

Update: While promoting his new Disney Plus series The Santa Clauses, Tim Allen offered an update on the condition of his longtime comedian friend, Jay Leno, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Serious burns: Leno, 72, who hosted The Tonight Show from 1992 to 2014 before retiring and being replaced by Fallon, made headlines earlier this month when he suffered serious burns to his hands and face after one of the vehicles in his garage explodedWhen asked about Leno, Allen compared Leno to the Marvel character Deadpool, who, 'couldn't feel pain.' 'I called him the day of the accident -- our shops are close to each other.

We play around with hot rods and stuff. And one of his mechanics called and said, "Jay's been in a bad accident,"' Allen began. 'What do you do?

He's going to the hospital what am I'm going to do? All I can do is leave a message. He calls, like, back five minutes later. "Hey, Tim, what's going on?"' Allen said.

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