Jimmy Fallon Replacing Jay Leno On ‘Tonight Show’

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Jimmy Fallon Replacing Jay Leno On ‘Tonight Show’

Following debacles surrounding his initial takeover of The Tonight Show in 1992 and his brief retirement from the post in 2009, Jay Leno confirmed yesterday that he’ll hand the program’s reins to Late Night host Jimmy Fallon next February. What do you think?

  • “I only watch Pat Sajak’s show.”

    Janine Van Straten
  • “I’m just glad Leno got a fair shot at hosting The Tonight Show.’”

    Donald Manheim
  • “This is exciting, but I go to sleep at 10, 9 Central.”

    Lou Pasqualone