Skip to comments.In case you missed it: Jay Leno's hilarious put-down of Obama's press conference
Posted on 10/13/2013 7:47:33 AM PDT by ken5050
I hadn't seen this posted before. Really, really funny...Leno's getting better and better as he nears the end of his show. He's also far more willing to criticize Obama. Link below...
It’s Chump-day at the Spite House!
He will be missed.
There is still some hope that Leno will get a FOX gig. They don’t have a late-night show. I think that Leno’s really pissed at the way that NBC has TWICE dumped him, despite great ratings, and he’d love to stick it to them. My thought..he’ll leave on Feb 6th..he’s getting big $$$ to walk away..and depending on the contract terms..he could announce son after that he’s developing a FOX show to start that fall, and at 11 PM..
It’s all fun and games until the IRS gives him the audit treatment; purely by coincidence, of course.
Leno is having the last laugh at Obama, since he’s in his last contract.
I think Fox would take him in an instant.
Leno is the ideal late night tv talk host for the Fox network. He will do extremely well there. Making a plane full of money!
That is OK
Think of the LAUGHS if they would have used the
“Liar! Liar! Pants on FIRE” one........
Of course, sarcasm is based on truth...
To win the next election, hire Jay to produce commercials. He can ridicule the leftists and give them what they deserve.
That’s funny. LOL
I’m sure Leno’s walk-away money will have a clause or stipulation saying that Leno can’t have a show on TV for X number of years.
It would be great if Fox/Leno could stick it to NBC.
Got a relative on the Gulf Coast who says that CableOne has dropped Turner Broadcasting. Lol - No CNN I love it.
Wish more service providers would drop Turner’s channels.
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