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Jay Leno's last night

Tonight is Jay Leno's last night on The Tonight Show. He's being pushed out to make way for Conan O'Brien. Conan is funny but all Jay has done is kick Jay Letterman's butt for 17 years and been king of late night. But I guess that's not enough for the morons running NBC. What a bunch of idiots. I bet Jay goes to 10pm, gives it a shot for 1 season and calls it quit. I definitely don't think he'll be at 10pm for another 17 years.


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  1. I agree. Jay was funny. His delivery was on point. The only time I (used to) tune to NBC was to watch him, and the first episode of Conan was NOT funny. Well now I have been going to sleep way earlier than I used to, waking up fresh in the morning. :)

    -Nnabike

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