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Jimmy Fallon is replacing Jay Leno

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Yeah, sounds familiar.

Not that big a fan of Fallon, honestly.

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Next up Letterman, he is terrible!

Absolutely awful, but CBS seems content with him for some reason.

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Craig Ferguson is overrated, his act gets tiring.

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I've seen Grohl host Lately as well, he's very charismatic.

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I like Fallon.

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Looks like Howard Stern could be in line for the Late Night spot if Fallon moves to the Tonight Show.

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Next up Letterman, he is terrible!

I never liked either of them. Loathe Leno, but I despise letterman. He's just not funny at all. Leno has had his moments, but again, nothing for me. Conan was always awesome.

To me right now, Craig Furgeson is the best at the moment. The guy is hilarious and talks to the guests, it's not scripted. It's enjoyable.

Kimmel is a bit forced for me but tolerable. Fallon is cool. He's not great but not horrible.

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Its official

(CNN) -- On Wednesday, Jay Leno confirmed the rampant reports that he's once again departing "The Tonight Show," presumably for good this time.

He'll wrap up his 22-year run as host in spring 2014, with Jimmy Fallon officially signing on as his replacement.

"Congratulations Jimmy," Leno said. "I hope you're as lucky as me and hold on to the job until you're the old guy. If you need me, I'll be at the garage."

According to a statement from NBC, "As part of the transition, 'The Tonight Show' will be returning to its original home in 30 Rock in New York" from Leno's base of Los Angeles.

The expectation that he would leave NBC's legendary late-night program has been building recently. NBC execs told The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times in early March that Leno was going to be out and someone else, most likely "Late Night" host Fallon, was going to be in.

With Leno's contract set to expire in fall 2014, industry observers said, the move was only a matter of time.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/03/showbiz/tv/leno-tonight-show-exit/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

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Craig Ferguson is overrated, his act gets tiring.

Best of all the talk shows.

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