The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Season 17, Episode 91

Episode #17.91 (29 May 2009)

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Jay Leno welcomes his successor Conan O'Brien and singer James Taylor, and takes a look back at highlights of the Jaywalking segment.

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During his monologue, Jay tells a series of short jokes about the economy and explains that they are a tribute to Rodney Dangerfield's comedy style, then shows a clip of Dangerfield. Jay announces a new segment called "White Trash Theater" and shows a clip of a woman hitting a man with a garbage can. Jay shows a montage of clips from the "Jaywalking" segment and then clips from "Battle of the Jaywalk All-Stars." Conan O'Brien, the incoming host of "The Tonight Show," talks about when he was first hired to host "Late Night" in 1993, and a clip is shown of his first being introduced on "The Tonight Show." O'Brien talks about his experience dealing with the network in planning the new "Tonight Show." Jay wishes O'Brien good luck. Jay reminisces about hearing the lyric "Ten miles behind me and ten thousand more to go" when he was first leaving Boston to come to California to pursue his career, and introduces James Taylor, who performs "Sweet Baby James," the song from which that lyric ... Written by Anonymous

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This final episode of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" brought just the right amount of laughs and smiles
10 June 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

The last "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" began with Jay's regular monologue with potential Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayer leading the topics. Leno also mentions his new 10pm show which will remain at NBC, assuming the network is still around. At the desk, he shows clips of the best of "Jaywalking" and "Jaywalk All-Stars". Conan O'Brien is the first guest and he shows a clip of him disguising himself in order to interview some elder people for their reactions to his previous "Late Night" show. One laughs, one doesn't. (By the way, that segment finally aired in its entirety last night on Conan's "Tonight Show") Just after one audience member says, "Conan rocks!", Jay accompanies his successor off-stage before commercial. Then James Taylor shows up as the very last guest of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" singing Jay's favorite song, "Sweet Baby James". Finally, Leno brings a surprise: He reveals that many of his staff married each other during the show's 17 years and in answer of what his legacy is, he reveals 68 offspring of that staff and says that someday when their children ask where they met, they'll say they met on "The Tonight Show"...This was a pretty entertaining farewell for Mr. Leno with plenty of wonderful laughs and fine sentiment for such a nice guy. And I loved that promo with Leno riding in his car with "10" on the door and "9 Central" near the trunk! And on that note, I'll indeed see you at 9 in September, Mr. Leno.


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