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Jimmy Fallon Thumps Trump Again After Ratings Thrashing (Watch!)

Jimmy Fallon has jumped on the Donald Trump train. The late-night comic dusted off his impersonation of the president again last night. He lampooned Trump over his supposed plans to launch his own television network. night rival Stephen Colbert has been bringing down the house with his Trump monologues. In the process, he’s been thrashing the “Tonight Show” in the ratings....

Donald Trump Post-Election Future Not White House, But Green Room (watch!)

Donald Trump has already telegraphed his post-election future. It won’t be the White House, more likely it will be the green room. He’s reportedly planning to launch a television network so Stephen Colbert suggested some possible programs. Would you believe a law and order program where Hillary Clinton goes to jail every episode? That’s just one of the possibilities. ...

Stephen Colbert Monologue Debut: How Do You Rate Him? (video!)

Stephen Colbert kicked off his new “Late Show” gig with a standard late night opening monologue. He certainly had more energy that David Letterman, but will his frenetic, madman style really be enough to set him apart from the crowd? Johnny Carson, and for that matter, his predecessor Jack Paar, set the tone and style for late night interview shows. Their humor was low-key, cool and ironic. ...

David Letterman Says Indiana Not the Place I Remember as Kid (watch!)

David Letterman knows Indiana, or at least he thought he did. In a decided swipe last night at Gov. Mike Pence, the late night comedian said his home state is not the same place where he grew up and spent 27 years before making it big. During his run on the “Late Show,” Letterman has often spoken fondly of the state, but no more. “This is not the Indiana I remember as a kid. I lived there for 27 years and folks were folks and that’s all there was to it,” he said....

Jay Leno Reams NBC; New York Antes Tax $$$ For Show (watch!)

Jay Leno has a new punching bag… his own network. He ripped NBC again last night, for playing out his future on the Tonight Show in the news media. But he should have plenty of new fodder when he gets wind of how much money New York is paying to get the show. “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon, 38, is being groomed to take over. ...
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