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Late Night Television Question

Wed Oct 27, 2004 2:49 pm

I would have tagged this question on this thread but it was already archived.
http://www.airliners.net/discussions/non_aviation/read.main/614043/4/

Why is it that Leno and Letterman always seem to take the same nights off leaving us with repeats on both shows? Concerning above archived thread, who the heck would want Obrien? He is terrible. I am afraid NBC is going to loose a good percentage of it's audience when he takes over for Leno after 2009. As far as the CBS 12:35 spot, the show is owned by Letterman (or at least his company). They had Jim Rome on last week and if he is going to host the show he is going to need a lot of work!
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