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Jay Leno Calls NBC 'A Big Number Two'

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What's that you say? You thought that Jay Leno was done insulting NBC executives because it's obvious that he's out the door, and doing so would make him look like a sore loser? How wrong you were. In last night's monologue, the late-night talk show host went right back to his ways from, like, a few days ago. He began with a little light shit-talking, and then ventured into deeper, more personal territory. First (and see the video below):

Folks, listen to this. Monday night the primetime shows The Voice and Revolution moved NBC in the number two position. You know what that means? Between Easter and Passover, this is truly the season of miracles. We’re number two! I’ve been saying for the last week that NBC is a big number two.

Ha...ha. Awkward. But Leno couldn't leave it at that, saying what Ann Curry probably wishes she had said live on the air on "The Today Show":

T-Mobile announced yesterday they are doing away with contracts. Apparently they got the idea from NBC.
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