Howard Looks Like A Bigger Moron Every Time He Slams Leno - Jay's The King!

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  1. tv910

    tv910 Well-Known Member

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    Jay's by far the "King of Late Night" and is going out on top. Howard's buddies Kimmel and Letterman can't touch him. Wiggy only wishes he was this popular and successful, he's a jealous little bitch.


    November 21, 2013 | 03:17PM PT

    'Tonight Show' is beating CBS' 'Late Show' by 51% in 18-49 demo this fall; Kimmel boosts ABC

    Rick Kissell

    NBC continues to be the most popular latenight choice of Americans, with Jay Leno, who’s set to exit “The Tonight Show†in just a couple of months, and Jimmy Fallon, the man who will replace him, both off to their best ratings starts in five years.

    The Peacock latenight hosts have opened up considerable distance on their CBS competition and also had no problem topping ABC’s revamped lineup, which has had “Jimmy Kimmel Live†leading into “Nightline†since January.

    Leno saw a boost in his final months the first time he was ready to ankle “Tonight†in 2009, but it must be encouraging for NBC to see his replacement come on so strong this fall. In fact, Fallon is now outdrawing David Letterman’s CBS show in young adults even though the latter starts an hour earlier.

    Looking at the numbers for the first eight weeks of the television season (Sept. 23-Nov. 17), “Tonight†is the clear leader in the three-network weeknight battle at 11:35. Its average adults 18-49 audience of 1.11 million — a three-year high — is up 12% from last year at this time and comfortably ahead of “Jimmy Kimmel Live†(919,000, up 37% from his year-ago average when it started 25 minutes later); ABC’s lineup is seeing slight overall gains from last year in 18-49, even though “Nightline†remains down sharply in its new, later time.

    CBS’ “Late Show With David Letterman†continues to struggle, with its 18-49 audience (736,000) down 20% from last year. As a result, the “Tonight Show†advantage over “Late Show†has swelled to 51% after standing at just 7% at this time a year ago.
     
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    I can't believe they're doing the replacement thing again.

    Leno would still win if you broadcast his open casket funeral against Letterman.
     
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    Wiggy is desperate to spin this as some kind of failure for Leno but it surely isn't.
     
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    It is insulting to Letterman that Howard keeps bringing up Leno. In a sense, it as if Howard is jabbing at Letterman that he is not the king of latenight. Lately, Howard has also trying to point the finger at Letterman as being Bi sexual.
     
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    Has anybody ever seen jay walking?
     
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    I know you're joking, but of all the stuff Stern claims to have "invented," he gets most passionate about that bit and I gotta say, how the fuck is it the same as "The Homeless Game," a game where you ask random questions to homeless people.

    So therefore he invented the idea of asking questions?

    And five bucks says it was Jackie's idea in the first place.
     
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    Yup. A decent monologue is the only reason I could think of tuning into these shows, what I want the lame guest ass-kiss session?

    I think he's funnier than Jay, but I never understood how the dude ever got a following. All of his bits are these cheesy concepts that are I guess trying to be ironic with their schmaltz like 'Stupid Pet Tricks' or whatever, and he's constantly saying "uh" and "um" like a student doing a presentation but considered innovative to broadcasting?
     
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    Yep, I first started watching Letterman on his daytime show and was also a big fan of Leno's standup. When he was a guest on Dave's late-night show in the 80's he was by far my favorite comic and had the funniest material of anyone on TV. I don't watch either of them much any more (and I can't stand Kimmel) but I still like Jay and from what I've seen and heard he's a much better person than Howard.
     
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    Just because Jay owns this, Makes him a winner.

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    Howard's a complete AssHole, He sues his employer, he makes it so, no one else at Sirius can play any of his shit. Then the company bends over backwards for the Hissy fit little baby primadonna and throws him a million dollar party. while others at Sirius have to pay Sirius for their own events, because One man has taken all the money. He's unable to keep any friends. He alienates people and thinks it's a privilege, if he picks you to come on his show . He's totally delusional and only keeps asskissers around him, that only tell him what he wants to hear. He's a manipulative baby. :mad:

    sorry for the incoherent rant. :facepalm:
     
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    I'm no fan of Leno, but his ratings are all the more impressive considering the garbage on NBC primetime and all the for-whatever-reason popular shows on CBS for Dave's lead-in.
     
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    The rusty side of a double edged sword.
     
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    JL knows what drives the wigged homo crazy, ignore him...:lmao:
     
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    jay's audience increased when he started goofing on fearless leader.

    more power to him.
     
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    Late night is the most overrated crap. It draws for NOTHING. 2 or 3 million people in a nation of 320 million watch it, only
    1 million people in the 18-49 segment? 31 full years of viewers and 1.1 million is something to get excited about?

    I don't understand Stern's obsession with this antiquated form of entertainment. It isn't 1993 anymore.
     
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    Howard made that jab clear during this appearance - that he was "fighting the fight" against Leno because he "stole" the Tonight Show from Letterman. Howard is always so passive aggressive I don't see how he can have any friends (that are not on the payroll).
     
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    Exactly. I think Letterman and his followers believe it's some culturally significant trademark and the reason people tune in. It's the lazy sleepwalking that has plagued Letterman for almost all of his CBS tenure.
     
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    At the heart of Stern's jealousy is that he earned his wealth as a "shock" humorist while Leno earned his the hard way- by using wit and original material that he produced himself. Stern is to Leno what a "porn star" is to a legitimate actor.

    Leno was a top stand up comic back in the day. He was regular guest on Letterman and the Tonight Show where he graduated to guest hosting. Stern was never more than a sideshow freak guest - the filthy man's Dr. Ruth. A phony martyr fighting a phony battle with the FCC.

    At the end of the day he knows he's as big a fraud as his "supermodel" wife and vanity charity.
     
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    Letterman was great 20 years ago on NBC Late Late Show. But since he moved to CBS he just quit trying and now does the same lame shit every night.
     
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    His first show was on at like 10 am. He got a good sized house frau following from that. I like Dave, but he stopped being funny a decade ago.