Jay Leno on His No. 1 Talk Show and His Biggest 'Tonight Show' Blunder
"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.
The talk show host also shares some advice for Seth Meyers, who will take over Late Night on Feb. 24. "I think he'll bring like a Tomorrow Show kind of atmosphere to it," said Leno. "Being at 12:30 he can maybe do a few more serious people."
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