ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" celebrated its 20th anniversary on Thursday night with a prime time special that looked a lot like the show's premiere in 2003.

Kimmel was joined by the same guests who were on hand for the show's launch on Jan. 26, 2003, including co-host Snoop Dogg, guest George Clooney, and musical guest Cold Play.

Kimmel's monologue looked back at the comedian's two decades on the air on the network. He thanked a long list of people who made it possible, including "ABC for not firing me -- they had so many chances."

"If you had told me we would last longer than Blockbuster," Kimmel joked. "I would have sooner believed I would be working at Blockbuster in 20 years."

The highlight was an AI-produced interchange between Kimmel and a chubby, fresh-face 35-year-old Kimmel. After a series of retro jokes, modern-day Kimmel offered some sound financial advice. "Oh, buy Bitcoin -- but sell it in 2022."

Kimmel got some unlikely support from a CBS counterpart on "The Late Late Show with James Corden", which is scheduled to be canceled this spring.

"Congratulations to Jimmy and to everyone over there," Corden joked. "Also, the writers on 'The Late Late Show' want to know if you are accepting applications. Right around the May time would be great."

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" focused on financial news with the positive economic data showing the U.S. gross national product grew 2.9% in the fourth quarter of 2022.

"We're all 2.9% richer," Colbert quipped, "and I'm going to spend it on 2.9 eggs."

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" jumped on the news that former President Donald Trump had his Facebook and Instagram accounts reinstated.

"It's a big day for Trump," Fallon joked. "He hasn't been this excited since classified documents were found at Biden and Pence's house."

"Late Night with Seth Meyers" couldn't resist a few more jabs at Rep. George Santos and his mountain of lies.

"New York Congressman George Santos gave his first floor speech yesterday and quoted former President Ronald Reagan," Meyers said. "Or as Santos called him, 'Dad -- my living dad'."