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VIDEO: Jay Leno Takes Jab At Conan; Compares NBC To Jon & Kate

Jan. 14 2010, Published 9:34 a.m. ET

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Jay Leno cracked a few jokes about his rumored reclamation of The Tonight Show chair in his monologue on The Jay Leno Show Wednesday evening, but moved on shortly thereafter.

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"Good news from Afghanistan," Leno said. "Critics of the war have stopped referring to it as 'another Vietnam.' They are not calling it that anymore. The bad news -- they're now calling it 'another NBC.'

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"Welcome to NBC," Leno continued, "America's most dysfunctional TV family ... and you thought the Gosselins were screwed up!

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Leno's closest thing to a shot at Conan O'Brien implied that he got as much of a raw deal from Peacock Network execs with his poorly-received variety show.

"Conan O'Brien, understandable, is very upset.," Leno said. "He had a statement in the paper yesterday. Conan said NBC has only gave him seven months to make his show work. When I heard that ... seven months! How did he get that deal? We only got four! Who's his agent? Get me that guy. I'll take seven!"

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Leno also fired back at Jimmy Kimmel, who did his entire Tuesday show made up to look like Leno, which complemented his spot-on impression.

“I was going to come out dressed as Jimmy Kimmel," Leno said in response. "But I realized I do not have enough black shoe polish here at NBC to get my hair that dark!"



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