Conan is no Jay Leno but he shouldn't have a problem staying number 1 as long as Letterman is his competition. Letterman is the worst late night talk so host in my memory(~15yrs). Leno was the best. Conan wasn't great last night but not bad either. He seemed lost a couple times but deserves time to iron out the bugs. Andy Richter needs a John Melendez type role. That is, no more than a couple seconds per show. He was featured a little too much last night. I'll give Conan the summer to keep me interested in DVR'ing the show every night like I did for Leno for the last decade. Leno is the only late night talk show host who's ever gotten my lasting attention but I think Conan has a shot. I'll be tuning into Leno's new show for the duration unless it really take a dive fom his previous work.
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