Jay Leno

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Jay Leno is currently the host of the Tonight Show on NBC, but will reportedly be replaced in 2014. In 2009 through early 2010, he was briefly replaced by Conan O'Brien, and hosted his own prime-time comedy talk show taped in the Los Angeles area called, "The Jay Leno Show" on NBC. After O'Brien left over a time slot dispute, Leno resumed hosting the Tonight Show.

As opposed to his late-night counterpart David Letterman, Leno avoids partisan rants and will poke fun at both political parties equally.[1] But Leno became a promoter of same-sex marriage and rarely has a real conservative on his show.

During the 2007 Writer's Guild of America strike, Leno passed out doughnuts to the strikers.[2]


  1. Leno: Shoe-Throwing Iraqi Offered Show on MSNBC, Letterman: Offered Show on FNC
  2. Leno