Leno Compares Russia's Anti-LGBT Treatment To Nazi Germany In 1933
"When I was in school, they never told you how did that happen. Well, okay. Hitler becomes dictator, and he rounds up all the jews. 'Yeah, but how did...' This is how it starts," comedian Jay Leno says. Leno and President Obama also talked about Russia's anti-LGBT laws when the president appeared on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday.
Aaron Paul Reacts To His Acting On The Original "Beverly Hills, 90210"
The latest installment of "Hey, Wasn't Aaron Paul In That Thing?" comes courtesy of The Tonight Show. (Jay Leno, we could have told you that Aaron Paul was on 90210. Have you seen his pops? Or his Price Is Right clip, for that matter?)
Khloe Kardashian On Sister Kim's Quickie Marriage: "I Just Didn't Agree With It"
Khloe Kardashian proves once again that she's the best Kardashian (even if she's not a real Kardashian). Here she is telling Jay Leno on Tuesday's "Tonight Show" that she not only predicted her sister's 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries wouldn't last, but also made clear to Kim her reservations about the union--and there were a lot of them!--before the fateful knot was (ever so loosely) tied.
13-Year-Old Movie Critic Annoys His Way Through "Tonight Show" Appearance
I don't know precisely why, but I find 13-year-old movie critic Jackson Murphy--aka "Lights-Camera-Jackson"--to be insufferable. Maybe it's that his robotic inauthenticity reminds me of a younger Mitt Romney. Or maybe he's just that damn irritating.
Bill O'Reilly Addresses Whitney Houston, Ellen DeGeneres Controversies On "The Tonight Show"
Bill O'Reilly caught flak recently for harsh anti-drug statements he made while commenting on the death of Whitney Houston. Around the same time, O'Reilly received praise for defending Ellen DeGeneres against the anti-gay "One Million Moms" group. On Tuesday's "Tonight Show," Jay Leno asked him about both.
Joan Rivers Bashes Jay Leno, Dane Cook On "Watch What Happens Live"
Joan Rivers had plenty of nice things to say during her appearance Thursday night on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," which is lovely. But it's also boring! So let's focus on the not-so-nice comments Rivers made about Jay Leno and Dane Cook instead.