December 21, 2014
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) - Jay Leno's final "Tonight Show" opens
with a standing ovation from the audience and a monologue targeting
politicians and other favorite targets.
Leno, taping his late NBC late-night show Friday, was greeted by
a cheering audience and then launched into the opening jokes. He
thanked all the people who made the last 17 years possible -
Michael Jackson, Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton.
Leno is leaving "Tonight" but not NBC: He returns in the fall
with a daily prime-time show. Conan O'Brien takes over "Tonight"
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