It can't fail!
It can't fail!
Since he took over last month, the median age of 'Tonight Show' viewers has fallen by ten years. (Because old people stopped watching.)
Unless we're mistaken, three incidents in a short time span definitely indicates a trend.
Zucker on Nikki Finke: "I don't know who that is."
His first-night results are in.
As expected, Letterman addressed this week's 'Tonight Show' handoff in his monologue.
Is it just us, or was it a little bit tense?
Conan's first night gave practically no indication of what a regular episode might be like. Mostly it just made us want to move to Los Angeles.
He's no longer allowed to waste the last few minutes of his show on a dull band or a boring comedian. So what should he do?
Can you feel the excitement? No?
Everyone is entitled to his opinion (we suppose).
We've heard more probing questions coming from the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.
Ben Silverman says "down with crimetime"!
You make the call!
Sumner may be ancient, but he's still as feisty as a 70-year-old.
Apparently Conan tried to suffocate him with a pillow.
Drat, we know someone who would've made a perfect guest host.
On last night's episode of the 'Tonight Show,' he issued an apology to Miley Cyrus. We didn't buy it.
But according to Leno, he's not entirely opposed to using their famed rivalry for ratings gains.
Plus: Twitter puts Fred Durst in touch with Neil Diamond, world cringes in embarrassment.
Boston affiliate WHDH is engaged in a hilarious standoff with NBC over Jay Leno's upcoming prime-time debut.
President Obama used his appearance on 'Leno' last night as an excuse to test some of his edgier material.
And in a barely related story, Jay Leno is not happy that tickets to his free show in Detroit have landed on eBay.