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With NBC finally confirming that Jay Leno will step down as host of The Tonight Show next year, the late-night host addressed the news in his monologue Wednesday night.

“Folks, I got to be honest with you, I had a really awkward day today,” Leno said. “I had to call David Letterman and tell him he didn’t get The Tonight Show again. Awful! Terrible!”

Letterman actually took on the succession… Continue reading Jay Leno’s monologue: ‘Jimmy, don’t let it slip into sixth’

“At the Grammys, you can literally beat the shit out of a nominee and be asked to perform twice,” Rogen said to thunderous applause. (The Grammys came under fire two weeks ago for giving Chris Brown a platform just three years after he assaulted his then girlfriend, Rihanna.)

Discussing the year’s Spirit Award nominees, Rogen was just as quick-witted. He joked that “Drive” was a silent film, before commenting on the… Continue reading Seth Rogen Independent Spirit Awards Monologue: Host Blasts Brett Ratner, Chris Brown And Mel Gibson In Hilarious Opening

David Letterman 320 David Letterman mocks jihadist threat in monologue, Top 10 list

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David Letterman can’t be too worried about the jihadist threats made against him last week — because he seems to be having a pretty good time laughing about them. And if anything, he likely pushed a few more buttons Monday night.

Most of Letterman’s Monday night monologue and his Top 10 list were dedicated to addressing the threats against him that… Continue reading David Letterman mocks jihadist threat in monologue, Top 10 list

She may be one of the Web’s most-notorious oversharers in The Twitterverse. Now “retired” actress Amanda Bynes has left baffled New Yorkers scratching their heads with some the wackiest quotes from her Twitter feed. Watch as random city dwellers read nuggets from Bynes’ account. Some of the funniest side-splitters include: -“I like black men. Very attracted [...] Continue reading Bemused New Yorkers Turn Amanda Bynes’ Twitter Into A Street Corner Monologue