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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Jay Leno: I'm Ready to Be a Star-Maker

Jay Leno: I'm Ready to Be a Star-Maker

Jay Leno said he's looking forward to being a star-maker for young comedians on his new prime-time show.

Thursday, Aug 6, 2009

Jay Leno: "This is Really Not That Hard a Job"

Jay Leno: "This is Really Not That Hard a Job"

After a summer break from TV, Jay Leno talks about preparing for his big move to primetime.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Thinner, Healthier Jay Leno Gears Up For New Show

Thinner, Healthier Jay Leno Gears Up For New Show

Jay Leno might just look a little different to fans when he returns to television screens this fall.

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