The two sort of got into it on the 'Tonight Show' last night.
The new, Ben Silverman–less NBC has settled on the slogan with which it will promote its fall lineup.
They're bumping its premiere to October 23, from September 25.
This detail has already been made public by the show's producers, but we'll leave the decision up to you as to whether you'd like to learn more.
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MacFarlane takes to YouTube to make the case that 'Family Guy' is more deserving of an Emmy than 'The Office.'
Plus: Kiss returns!
'Nightline' has drawn more viewers than the 'Tonight Show' for seven consecutive weeks.
We're guessing Hamm never saw 'The Cell.'
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Fox's entertainment president thinks he's pretty funny.
Jay-Z, Kanye, and Rihanna will perform "Run This Town" on the September 14 premiere of Jay Leno's NBC prime-time show.
Another day, another milestone.
Leno: "You can see who is faster, Shaquille O'Neal or Cameron Diaz."
NBC's late-night chief, Rick Ludwin, admitted that proclamation was "premature."
"I didn't mean to elicit laughter," said NBCU's Angela Bromstad after she implied that Ben Silverman's new company was something he'd actually planned.
"If Justin Timberlake was so stupid and hated money so much that he would work for us permanently, we would love to have him."
Plus: NBC is saved!
She'll be reteaming with Seth Meyers on 'Weekend Update Thursdays.'
Plus: Ron Howard! Diane Keaton! Jeremy Renner!
"I think it's brilliant that Leno is at 10 p.m., because America can get bored more easily and go to sleep earlier."
We think he might've had too much bluegrass before the show.
Is Ben Silverman splitting too early? Might NBC actually have a new prime-time hit on its hands?
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