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After 22 years and one previously attempted exit, NBC has finally shown Jay Leno the door. When he first ascended to the Tonight Show throne he did so in a very messy fashion and when he originally left in 2009 that was also messy. This time it was more of a spill as Jay admitted last week that it wasn't his decision to leave and he was being pushed out but that he won't be back. Last night he teared up a bit but I felt like he just did the whole last week of shows thing so who do you ask the second time you do it? I actually thought Sandra Bullock on Wednesday was the best last week guest he had. Jay will probably end up on some network like Fox and competing against everyone else. Conan just hopes it's not TBS but I think Jay is a network or nothing kind of guy.
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