Nobody tell Jay Leno that he actually won the NBC late-night wars — again — because in Monday night's monologue, his first since NBC told TV critics over the weekend that they were giving him his old time-slot in March after the Winter Olympics, he came out joking about being cancelled. Among his quips, he noted that people "wanted drama at 10," and now they're getting it. Also, Leno says: "I take pride in one thing. I leave NBC primetime the same way I found it: A complete disaster." That's your prized possession, NBC. Be proud? Roll the clip…
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I hope Conan bails. NBC doesn’t deserve him. I don’t understand their attachment to Leno. Is there something going on that we (er, I, most likely) don’t know about?
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