By Justin Worland
August 5, 2015

Comedian Don Rickles may be 89, but he hasn’t lost his touch for classic insults. On Tuesday, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon became the latest victim.

“You’ve got a good crowd here. Twelve people,” Rickles told Fallon.

Rickles, who first appeared on the Tonight Show in 1965, has been a staple of late night TV for decades. His jokes were not in short supply Tuesday.

“We’ve known each other a long time,” said Rickles. “I’m delighted that you have a show because you’re fresh, you’re funny, you’re great. And I want you to know something from my heart, I never liked you.”

 

Write to Justin Worland at justin.worland@time.com.

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