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Old 07-18-2001, 08:03 PM   #16
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I will have to go with Dave, mainly because I have not seen much of Leno and Conan........here in Australia we get Dave each night on the commercial telly at about midnight, however Conan and Leno we only get on pay tv (cable) and I have only had pay tv once for about 6 months.........so I have seen more of Dave, but he does come across as a funny guy, which is good I think, cause generally I hate American humour, but all in all it is something good to watch if you are up late

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Old 07-19-2001, 03:16 AM   #18
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LENO by a mile! Letterman, I hate.

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If they were to wrestle, Jay's got it hands down, he's got "experience"...
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Old 07-20-2001, 12:26 PM   #21
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Larry Sanders is a fictious talk show host on the series of the same title on HBO. It aired between 1992-1998 and now can be seen on Wednesday at 8:00pm. Larry Sanders is played by Garry Shandling and the show is hilarious. I highly recommend checking it out.
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Ooh, no question for me, hands down it is David Michael Letterman. I like his cynical, sharp wit. Yeah, he has off nights, but he's still great. To me, Leno is far too much of the celebrity butt-kisser. Sigh. I also appreciate Letterman's self-depecrating nature, how he will make fun of himself, Les Moonves and CBS, the Show, etc...

And I love Paul, Biff Henderson, the guys who do the Oprah transcripts, George, Sirujal and Mujubir, Rupert Gee, Dave's Mom Dorothy, they are all household names thanks to Dave. I never tire of his Top Ten List, even if they are sometimes lackluster. And Thursdays rock b/c he plays, "The Fastest Growing Quiz Sensation" Know Your Current Events, Zip Codes, Cuts of Meat, etc.

Gotta love Dave...

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Leno. Although i'm not all that fond of him either, a lot of his jokes are too sick. But i met him and he was nice. I liked that Dave went to visit the troops in Bosnia recently, that was one of the funniest shows I've ever seen. But aside from that pareticular show, its rarely funny anymore.
I hate Craig kilborn, not fond of Conan except when he does that "If they mated" spot, which is a riot. I used to watch Tom Snyders show, which was truly hilarious, classy, and very interesting. I miss that show.

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damn ,posted twice

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Old 07-27-2001, 02:23 PM   #30
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"Are you cookin beeeeeeeeeeeeans???"
"What tiiiiiiime is it?"
"Is Zorro oooooooon?"

Leno has some excellent monologue joke writers, no doubt!! ( Im pretty sure they used to work for Dave in the 80's).

But you see, I already saw Leno's gags and comedy pieces fifteen years ago!!!... On "Late Night With David Letterman" on NBC!

Leno is like the Japanese with technology... Its not his idea, but he's "taken it" and made it better (supposedly).

My veto is for Buchanan...Opps!!! I meant to punch in "Dave"!!

Its Dave.

AND Paul!!!

AND Allen Colter!!!
http://www.cbs.com/latenight/lateshow/
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