Jay Leno Wishes He Could Be as Hilarious as Louis CK

Look at Jay giggle!

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... Law and Order: Los Angeles is doing for Los Angeles theater actors what Law and Order did for New York theater actors. How nice.

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... Tim Gunn thinks that Anna Wintour is a major diva. He also believes that the sky is blue.

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Jeffster is not one person.
Louis is one of the few comics around that has had a brand new hour every year for the past few years running. He also completely retires whatever bit goes over best with the audience before any other one to force himself to write better bits. This joke is retired, but it's apart of the complete set that inspired the show, so he has to tell a joke from that set if he's trying to represent the show. The show, his last standup special, and his current tour are just three independent entities
MEh, I still don't find him particularly funny.
Yeeah, I love Louis C.K., but here's the thing, when you use a routine as part of a sitcom you kind of have to lay off of it forever afterwards. It is now tainted. Now we've all heard it, it's on Youtube, people will have the DVD at some point, so you can't go to Leno and drop it there verbatim, it just feels wrong.

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