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Originally posted 06/13/2012 04:00PM
Meghan McCain has officially gone green – as in, marijuana green.
During an appearance on Tuesday's Tonight Show with Jay Leno, McCain discussed her new book, America, You Sexy Bitch, which includes a section about her advocating for the legalization of pot.
"I was living in Los Angeles very briefly last year, and I was shocked at how people here smoke weed the way people in New York pour wine," she said. "Once I started doing research onto the economic benefits for our country by decriminalizing marijuana, I decided to come out publicly in support of it."
Originally posted 01/18/2010 09:30PM
There were no jokes this time – just the facts, as Jay Leno sees them.
In a detailed account of his side of the talk-show mess at NBC, Leno opened his lame-duck program Monday night seeking to set the record straight and try to repair relations with his – apparently temporary – Tonight Show successor.
"Through all of this, Conan O’Brien has been a gentleman," Leno said during the taping. "He’s a good guy. I have no animosity towards him."
For now, Leno said, it appeared that he would be returning as host of The Tonight Show at 11:35 p.m. after O'Brien apparently rejected moving to midnight.
Originally posted 01/10/2010 02:00PM
Jay's walking off prime time.
Confirming days of rumors, Jeff Gaspin, the chairman of NBC Universal Entertainment, on Sunday announced that starting Feb. 12, The Jay Leno Show will no longer air at 10 p.m. but that the network hoped to keep Leno for an 11:35 p.m. show, Conan O'Brien for 12:05 p.m. and then Jimmy Fallon after that.
But, Gaspin adds, "It's not a done deal yet."
Gaspin admits that The Jay Leno Show "did not meet affiliate needs" but that through it all, Leno and O'Brien have been "incredibly gracious and professional."
Originally posted 01/07/2010 07:20PM
Jay Leno's time in prime time may be coming to an end – or not – depending on whom you believe and how you read a network statement.
Conflicting reports hit the Internet on Thursday that the talk show would either be canceled, moved back to 11:30 p.m., or none of the above while discussions continue with his Tonight Show replacement Conan O'Brien.
Fueling the confusion is an NBC statement that neither confirms nor denies the reports, but does allude to concerns by network affiliates over the sagging ratings.
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