NBC on Wednesday announced its long-rumored switch in late night, replacing incumbent Jay Leno at “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon and moving the iconic franchise back to New York.
President Obama doesn’t want to have to answer the “difficult” questions on the economy, jobs, the turmoil related to America in the Middle East, and more so he avoids solid news programs to go on popular fluff shows to get softball questions.
For some viewers, the Super Bowl is as much about the ads as the big game. And companies know that, which is why they shelled out an average of $3.5 million for spots during Super Bowl XLVI.
Charlie Sheen seems to have buried the hatchet. Appearing on Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” the former star of “Two and a Half Men” radiated a forgiving mood toward his old workplace.
Comedian Lewis Black canceled a Thursday performance at the Seminole Hard Rock and has replaced him with Jay Leno.