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Jay Leno Bids Farewell

posted by Angela Guzman

Thursday, February 7, 2014 Jay Leno passed the torch on to Jimmy Fallon, the new host of The Tonight Show host, as he said farewell after 22 years. “I don’t like goodbyes. NBC does, I don’t,” said Leno. He joked, “Well, tonight is our last show […]

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Jay Leno Back to Late Night?

posted by Douglas Howe

Even having my mom on the show couldn’t stop “the biggest fiasco in the history of television” will come to an end soon, as NBC will end its try at making Jay Leno into a 10 p.m. prime time television […]

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Oprah’s Show To End; Her Influence…?

posted by Douglas Howe

CNN and other outlets are reporting today that “The Oprah Winfrey Show” will be ending after 25 seasons. The last show will be coming up soon: on September 9, 2011. Okay, so it’s not so soon! Mrs. Winfrey has followed […]

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Spiritually Speaking, We Need to Laugh and Jay’s Back

posted by Douglas Howe

Jay Leno is finally coming back to evening television, and, in my opinion, it’s not a moment too soon. We need to laugh more, go to bed earlier, carry less stress and treat each other better every day. So the […]

Conans’ ‘Tonight Show’ Launched, But Not Lost at Sea!

posted by Douglas Howe

The fifth host of “The Tonight Show” took his place last night as Conan O’Brien launched his reign, succeeding Jay Leno, Johnny Carson, Jack Parr and Steve Allen. If you saw it, you know that there were several stunts, stars, […]

Jay Leno’s Last ‘Tonight Show’

posted by Douglas Howe

Last Friday, I witnessed a piece of TV history–the last “Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” as it ended its 17-year run with a highly anticipated and well-marketed finale. I grew up about a mile from the set of “The Tonight […]

Jay Leno’s Entertainment: President Obama!

posted by Douglas Howe

The economy is tanking. The bailed-out companies are sending seven figure bonuses to their key managers. The banks are barely making it. The public is nervous. How does a President respond? Does he start a train tour? Does he take […]

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posted 8:21:34am Feb. 08, 2016 | read full post »

NFL Commissioner: 'Progress is being made' for Women
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81_fhnB-qpw There is more good news for females looking to make a career in the NFL. Commissioner Roger Goodell announced at the organization’s Women's Summit a “Rooney Rule” for women, to encourage ...

posted 10:04:43am Feb. 05, 2016 | read full post »

Joe Alaskey, Voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck & Tweety Dies
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmasSF-pz6o[/youtube]Joe Alaskey, best known for voicing iconic Looney Tunes characters Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Sylvester and Marvin the Martian died Wednesday after a battle with cancer. Alaskey ...

posted 8:53:35am Feb. 04, 2016 | read full post »

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