From Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, here's Barack Obama (played by Dion Flynn) calling Jimmy Fallon to say great stuff about Jay Leno following his appearance on The Tonight Show, making him the only person under the age of 55 to [...]
Hopefully, history isn't repeating itself with Jay Leno's February 2014 departure from The Tonight Show. "Nothing would make us happier than for him à la Bob Hope to still be a presence on the network. We're really hoping to do that post [...]
"Oh, bullshit. I’m sure Jay [Leno] says that [he's happy about leaving The Tonight Show] to everybody who asks him, but for the Jay that I know, his heart has to be breaking about this. All he wanted to do in his life was The Tonight Show. And [...]
Comedy Central star Amy Schumer went on The Tonight Show last night and told this story about performing for a hunger strike held by a known terrorist organization, which is probably something 99% of comedians at her level haven't done.
Here's It's Always Sunny and Pacific Rim star Charlie Day on The Tonight Show last night, reliving his most difficult acting job ever: a bagel commercial from 10 years ago. Luckily, Jay Leno was able to dig up a copy of said commercial, and the [...]
Second quarter ratings are in for the late night world, and Jay Leno is still on top, despite being mere months away from NBC pushing him out the door. From April to June 2013, The Tonight Show was #1 in overall late night ratings and #2 in the [...]
"I subscribe to the 'anyone but Jay' philosophy. No offense to you. You know I love you, but if they had replaced Jay with Ahmadinejad over in Iran, I am telling you I wouldn't have cared. Charlie Manson could have taken over The Tonight Show [...]
After over two decades on The Tonight Show (and off and back on again), Jay Leno is stepping away from the late night franchise for a second time in February of next year, and his guest last night suggested to Leno on air that he moved to Fox. [...]
Here's Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman on Leno last night, serenading his wife Megan Mullally (who's not there) with a tune he wrote called "The Rainbow Song." Fellow Leno guest Usher doesn't seem to approve.