Jay Leno Comes Back To NBC And To His Roots

Posted: Jul 29 2014, 1:49am CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

Jay Leno comes back to NBC and to his Roots
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Jay Leno was off TV for a while after quitting the Tonight Show and now he comes back to NBC again.

Jay Leno is coming back to TV again. No not again another late night gig. He will go back to his roots which is standup comedy. Jay Leno will appear on Last Comic Standing as a mentor.

According to The Wrap, he will be in Thursday's episode when the last five comics compete. Jay Leno started as a standup comedian and continued doing shows even while hosting the Tonight Show. It has been almost six month since Jimmy Fallon took over The Tonight Show. He definitely does a great job. Jay Leno continues to collect cars. Hie is not only into rare old-timers, he just got a brand new McLaren P1 hybrid sports-car with 903hp. He paid a whopping $1.2million for it. Jay Leno operates a car Youtube channel showing off his precious cars. In May he actually posted the first video of the McLaren P1 and now he owns one.

The Last Comic Standing with Jay Leno will air on Thursday at 10/9c on NBC.

I also just recently watched Jay Leno's appearance on the great web series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee by Jerry Seinfeld. It's one of the best episodes.

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