Fellow funny people Joel McHale, Whoopi Goldberg and comedian Chelsea Peretti tell THR what the late-night host should do after his "Tonight Show" gig ends.
"Three words: Jay. Leno. Impersonator. He would clean up."
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"Take a month off. Return to L.A. Work at becoming head of NBCUniversal Television."
Chelsea Peretti, comedian
"Start a line of denim clothes. He's really known for his denim-on-denim repertoire. Or hair care; he's got a nice shock of hair."
"My guess is he'll get another late-night spot, and it'll do very, very well. He's the biggest American car collector, and he's a master mechanic. Maybe he'll start building helicopters by hand."
"A) Now Jay can devote himself full time to bringing back the denim shirt.
B) And maybe buy a new car. He's earned it."
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