Jimmy Kimmel On Jay Leno Show
Leno was clearly trying to show that he's in on the joke by having Kimmel on his show. But at this point, it's pretty clear his fellow comedians aren't finding it funny anymore. We'll see if Leno can ever repair the damage, but right now it looks doubtful.
For a while, we hadn’t been keeping up with late night television too tough, but the conflict that’s ensued from these controversial line-up switches has us tuning in on the reg to catch the drama. Leno’s been good about poking fun at his own indecisiveness. Conan has been a bit less playful, delivering an etherous monologue earlier in the week. Then last night, Kimmel rounded out the week by completely laying into Leno on his own “10 at 10″ segment. The results are hilarious and quite frankly, full of truth. It’s tough to see Conan go (hopefully he picks his next network carefully), but the fact that Leno gets clowned on so hard here makes it a little easier.