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And a really funny quote to start the day…

… this is the kind of thing that makes me realize why Obama is so far ahead of his critics. On the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Obama joked about Donald Trump’s latest challenge:

“This all dates back to when we were growing up together in Kenya. We had constant run-ins on the soccer field. He wasn’t very good and resented it. When we finally moved to America I thought it would be over.”

— President Obama

Looks like a lie can be exploded by a funnier lie.


Quote of the Day – Leno on O’Donnell

“Republican Senator Tom Coburn said yesterday that Christine O’Donnell, if elected, will be able to combat the stupidity in Washington. So I guess they’re going to fight fire with fire.”

–Jay Leno

No Conan to watch this week

It’s unfortunate that I don’t have Conan O’Brien to watch this week… and even if he makes a deal with another network it won’t be until next September according to his agreement with NBC, the world’s dumbest network.

I don’t really like Leno… but at least there’s Letterman, followed by Craig Ferguson. That makes up a decent late evening.

Somehow, I think Conan won in the competition that went on for the last couple of weeks, and not just because of the $40,000,000.00 deal. If he goes to Fox or somewhere else in September, he’ll take a lot of us with him.

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UPDATE: Tuesday morning. Just to make a correction. There is no NEW Conan to watch. Last night they showed a rerun from August. I guess this will go on until March 1.

Quote of the Day

“And I just want to say to the kids out there watching: You can do anything you want in life… Unless Jay Leno wants to do it, too.”

– Conan O’Brien

Do you get the sense that Conan and Jay are at odds?

Variety just broke this news from Conan O’Brien…

… He’s not willing to move the Tonight Show to 12:05. Here’s a clip from the longer article which just came out this afternoon:
clipped from

Conan to NBC: Drop Dead

O’Brien, who has kept his lips sealed so far over NBC’s decision to bump his show to midnight , other than cracking wise about it on “The Tonight Show” , is going public. And he’s not happy.

In a lengthy statement addressed tongue-in-cheek to the “people of earth,” O’Brien said he could not “participate in what I honestly believe is its destruction. The ‘Tonight Show’ at 12:05 simply isn’t the ‘Tonight Show.'”

While NBC may argue that it hadn’t breached O’Brien’s contract , he is, in their mind, still the host of the “Tonight Show,” just at a different time , O’Brien will likely argue that the “Tonight Show” is whatever airs at 11:35 p.m. on NBC.

In other words, you can dress O’Brien’s show up and call it the “Tonight Show” , but with former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno back at 11:35, it’s a hollow title.

Such a semantic argument could make a huge difference as NBC and O’Brien potentially head into negotiations.

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And a Quote to End the Day…

“And under the new guidelines issued by the Obama Administration, Federal agents will not pursue pot-smoking patients in states that allow medical marijuana. This new policy is called ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t — What Was I Talking About?'”

– Jay Leno