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Review: Jay Leno Says Goodbye to ‘Tonight Show’ With Grace

Jay Leno proved Thursday that he does know how to say goodbye after all. With a show that at once sad, funny, nostalgic and wise, Leno signed off from “The Tonight Show” after 22 years, striking a perfect tone. He fought back tears at one point, noting that he lost his father, mother and brother in the show’s early years.   Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/review-jay-leno-says-goodbye-grace/

Jay Leno welcomes Rickey Minor to 'The Tonight Show'

Former American Idol music director Rickey Minor made his debut as The Tonight Show's new band leader last night in a cold open bit that ended with a punchline about his being excited to join a network that pumps out so many hits [cue Jay Leno's raised eyebrow]. Minor's presence was subdued, and though I was never a huge Kevin Eubanks fan (are there huge Kevin Eubanks fans?), I will say I noticed the absence of his innocuous wit (if not his polite laughs) during the monologue. I suspect Minor will ease his way into a more prominent role as time goes by. He looked nice, though. And the music sounded as good as it did with Eubanks perhaps Minor's arrangements featured a bit more horns than Eubanks' more guitar-centric numbers? I'm reaching here. Source & Video If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Betty White on 'Tonight': Dirty jokes, Jay-Z and 'Hot in Cleveland'

Betty White is all the rage right now and Wednesday, May 12 Jay Leno welcomed her to "The Tonight Show." Much hilarity ensued. Betty White laughs at her recent exposure, "You should be throwing rocks at me, you've had such an overdose." Her retelling of the "Saturday Night Live" experience is hilarious -- Jay even gets a nice crack in about how she got the gig at "SNL." Also, apparently musical guest Jay-Z got a little handsy. "He didn't get fresh, he just got desperate, I guess. He walked by and, ya know, patted me. Not on the shoulder." In the second video, there is a clip of Betty White and Bea Arthur dancing and singing to "42nd Street" on the old Dinah Shore show. It is delightful. There's also a clip from her new show "Hot in Cleveland," which premieres on TV Land in June. Source Here If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: "Jaime Foxx, Lindsay Vonn, Brad Paisley" Review

For those of you who've been hiding under a rock for the last few months, Jay Leno has returned to reclaim his title as host of The Tonight Show. Plenty has already been said about the late-night saga at NBC and the sad truth is that if everyone who claimed they were with Coco had actually tuned to watch his show, this whole mess could've been avoided. But you didn't and now we have Jay back at 11:35pm again. That's right America, I blame you. Just kidding. Sort of. Other than an opening sketch which parodied The Wizard of Oz (in which Jay played Dorothy waking up from the bad dream that was the last few months) and a bit where Jay searched for a new desk, the "premiere" episode felt a lot like every other episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. And it also felt very similar to the premiere episode of The Jay Leno Show, where he also downplayed the novelty of the entire scenario. And just like the 10pm show, it was the first guest (Jerry Seinfeld then, Jamie Foxx now) who really broached the subject and turned the night into a celebration. I thought Jamie Foxx went a bit over-the-top (spraying the crowd with champagne may have been a bit much), but at least he brought some energy to the proceedings. Otherwise, it seemed like Jay treated the whole night like it was just another show. To Read More Click Here If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now