Tuesday, January 26, 2010

"Jay Leno Show"'s last day: Feb. 9

Entertainment Weekly reports that "The Jay Leno Show" will be leaving the airwaves sooner than anticipated. The program was expected to be canceled just before the Olympics, but instead its final airing will come on Tuesday, Feb. 9. A repeat episode of "Law & Order: SVU" will be shown in the 10 PM slot on Wednesday, Feb. 10, followed by two back-to-back repeat episodes of "The Office" on Feb. 11.

Considering that "Leno" will be preempted tomorrow night because of State of the Union coverage, that means there will only be ten more episodes, including tonight's (with guest Mel Gibson). On Thursday, Jay's "10 at 10" guest will be Massachusetts Senator-elect Scott Brown. Hopefully, Brown will refrain from mentioning again that his daughters are available.


  1. Anonymous said...

    Yes, that was bad of Scott Brown to say that about his daughters. You know it's bad when people say you talk more than Joe Biden. ~ freelols.com