"For the last 20 years, we've been the number one talk show all the way through and we're ending the number one talk show," says Leno.
In 2005, TLC's cameras followed the late-night host in his attempt to set a speed record while driving the same model in which Walker died.
The "Celebrity Apprentice" star alleges he "almost" met the Pope and that North Korea's extreme poverty is like that of "any other
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