Howard Stern offers Jimmy Fallon advice on taking over “The Tonight Show”

In case you missed it last night, Jimmy Fallon invited Howard Stern on his Late Night show last night, and Stern immediately went into Fallon with advice and suggestions for making his show better in February 2014 when he moves up an hour and takes over The Tonight Show.

“I subscribe to the Anyone But Jay philosophy,” Stern said, to the surprise of nobody.

Stern also compares his relationship with Fallon to his friendship with Kimmel — but not too much about Lettterman. Interesting.

Roll the clip!

Also interesting and slightly relevant, here’s a similar clip from years back when Stern visited Late Night with Conan O’Brien and had a similar discussion with Conan. Wonder how that worked out?

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