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Latest Jay Leno Items
Jimmy Fallon's fast start replacing Jay Leno on the "Tonight" show the past two months had a secondary effect: David Letterman suddenly seemed old.
When Sen. Ted Cruz was in the middle of his 21-hour filibuster, he had already read "Green Eggs and Ham" to his children via C-SPAN, found himself killing time and needed a way to praise his fellow filibusterist, Sen. Mike Lee. So he tapped into his actor's training and summoned up his best Darth Vader impression.
One month in, NBC's generational trade of Jay Leno for Jimmy Fallon at the "Tonight" show is succeeding beyond the hopes of executives who engineered it.
Not only did Jay Leno produce laughter during a stand-up appearance in Grand Rapids, he also produced some cash.
Bill Maher took advantage of pal Jay Leno's Television Academy Hall of Fame induction to offer a spirited attack on what Maher called undeserved "bad publicity" for the former "Tonight Show" host.
Finally liberated from his NBC job, Jay Leno — an inveterate saver, who turns 64 in April — now can laugh his way into a long, luxurious retirement.
Jay Leno has said goodbye to "The Tonight Show" before, but not like this. The comedian became tearful and choked up Thursday as he concluded what he called the "greatest 22 years of my life."
Make way for Jimmy Fallon.
Jay Leno's farewell "Tonight Show" drew the late-night show's biggest audience in more than 15 years, NBC said Friday.