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A lot of ifs in this statement, but if Jay Leno can finally be kicked off his royal throne at the Tonight Show and Jimmy Fallon takes over for him, then it is possible that Howard Stern might replace Jimmy Fallon. That is the word from his wife anyway. It definitely would be a different format than it is now. I like what Jimmy does in Late Night and he can move that to The Tonight Show. I'm guessing Howard would bring his entire radio crew with him and replace the band with strippers. Would there be sketches? He can definitely interview people, but he would not be able to just ask anything. At least on the NBC show he would have to kiss way more butt and not ask a lot of personal questions if he wants to make sure he has a full stream of guests and not the same ones repeatedly. Of course, Conan could also stage a coup and take over the entire network.
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