Jay Leno was the last late-night comedian who was actually funny.
Jay Leno misses the days when late-night comedians weren’t obsessed with “one-sided” politics that alienated millions of viewers.
The iconic comedian sat down with the co-hosts of NBC’s “Today” this week when he was asked if he misses his hosting gig on “The Tonight Show.”
His answer was simple: “No.”
“No, it’s different,” he told co-host Al Roker Tuesday morning. “I don’t miss it. You know, everything now is, if people don’t like your politics they — everyone has to know your politics.”