In case you missed it, here's the hilarious and riveting clip of Jimmy Kimmel unloading repeatedly on Jay Leno during the "10 at 10" segment of Leno's own show.
Kimmel is relentless -- and understandably so. I'm not sure what Jay was thinking having him as a guest. Jimmy is a close friend of Howard Stern, who has never forgiven Leno for going behind his back to poach Stuttering John Melendez from the Stern Show.
Speaking of Howard, his powers of prognostication have again been vindicated. When NBC announced that Conan O'Brien would be taking over the Tonight Show, Stern said it was a bad idea and advised O'Brien to stay at 12:30. When the Jay Leno show premiered, Howard warned it would fail and NBC would be forced to give the Tonight Show back to Jay. Both predictions have now come to pass.
This all comes on the heels of Stern's eerily accurate estimate that the new Star Trek film would gross $79 million during its opening weekend. Howard's moniker "King of All Media" is meant to be humorously self-deprecating. But the man sure seems to be Nostradamus where radio, television, and film are concerned.