Anyone remember the game "Pandemic" when we had our old flash games arcade? I made plenty of viruses and other diseases in that game and the only countries that ever survived were the ones that closed down the airports and borders early to prevent the disease from ever entering the country. With the US media sending people over to the inflicted countries and allowing other people to return to the US from these countries is one of the worst ideas I've ever seen. If that game is a hint as to what could happen in real life, the US is already f*cked. x_x
This is the video they made a few days before the announcement:
I think Jimmy will do good at that time slot. I like watching Leno's monologue and Headlines, but I think I've only watched a handful of complete episodes. As for Jimmy Fallon, his monologue always seems a bit weak to me, but his Thank You notes and the stuff he can get some celebrities to do is pretty good.
I used to watch Conan all the time way back in the day and I think he did good with the Tonight Show when he had it. But ever since he moved to his current show I almost never watch him except for videos online like his Clueless Gamer videos. Those are damn funny. I haven't watched much of Jimmy Kimmel, so I don't know how well he'll do up against Fallon in the same time slot. And I never really found David Letterman to be funny. I've watched his show off and on over the years, but I just don't find him funny at all.
Anyway, do any of you watch the late night shows? Who is your favorite? And what do you think about Jay Leno leaving?