Late Night Highlights: Ranking the Leno Wreckage, From Richter's Plea to Kimmel's Epic Send-Up
From the moment Jay Leno welcomed Jimmy Kimmel onto his show last night via satellite, viewers knew it was going to be ugly. Partly because Movieline had tipped them off a few hours earlier, and partly because Kimmel's solemn expression hinted that he was not there to discuss his iPod playlist like the other 10@10 guests. What transpired was a damning evisceration of Leno on Leno's own show. Click through for the clip, along with the rest of last night's after hours wreckage (and shocking Jersey Shore revelations) ranked from least to most entertaining.
5. Fallon's Mustache Wars
No words for what is to follow. Other than: Is this what late night programming is driven to if a host refuses to harp on the newsworthy rumblings at his own network?