Fallon did it with his Tonight Show band, Philly's own The Roots, who were challenged by Justin Timberlake, whose chill-down is part of the following video.
Phillies GM Ruben Amaro Jr., challenged by ex-Phils pitcher Roy Halladay, did the challenge in the bathtub of a San Francisco hotel room and challenged three other general managers. Halladay also challenged ESPN's Jon Gruden, a former Eagles coordinator,
Ex-Birds head coach Andy Reid, now skipper of the Kansas City Chiefs, gave two thumbs up after getting drenched from a sports drink cooler.
Bones star David Boreanaz, son of former 6ABC weatherman Dave Roberts, challenged 6ABC anchor Jim Gardner, who vowed to do it today -- and in turn challenged meteorologist Cecily Tynan, who replied, "I've had an African bullfrog pee on me. So I can do this, No problem. Bring it on."
The on-air crew at Fox29's Good Day, Philadelphia, also got in on the act, including Mike Jerrick, Jenn Frederick, Sue Serio, Alex Holley and Kacie McDonnell.
A dozen people soaked themselves yesterday at Love Park for the cause, which has raised more than $2 million for ALS, also known as "Lou Gehrig's Disease."