I am not a Jay Leno fan, in the least. I used to be at the tender age of 14, when I just started watching late night television, but nowadays, I'm all about Conan O'Brien. Unfortunately, I cannot watch Conan all that often, because The Tonight Show doesn't start until 10:35 pm, and due to CreComm, I'm generally in bed before then (my, do I sound old right now!). Nevertheless, I decided to tune in on Monday night, particularly because Kanye West was set to be on, and we all know about the latest Kanye West debacle.
I can't say I was a fan of the show. It was essentially Jay Leno's The Tonight Show, only at nine pm instead of 10:35. The one interesting part of the show was when Leno spoke to West, who was apologetic, and says that he was rude. Headlines, one of Leno's more famous segments, also appeared on the show, though near the end. Jerry Seinfeld wasn't bad, but I can't say I'm a fan of his either (will I be shunned by the world if I admit that I am not a Seinfeld fan in the least?). I rarely watch these sort of shows for the guests, I watch them for the monologue and the segments. Neither the monologue nor the segments made me laugh, save for Headlines, which got a giggle or two out of me.
Will I watch again? Perhaps, if it's 9pm and I have nothing better to do. But I think I'm better off starting to record my precious Conan O'Brien in order to get my fill of Late Night television.