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Friday, 15 January 2010

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Late Night TV.

During a rash of recent interviews with current and has-been television personalities over NBC's handling of the fight for late-night time slots, Rosie O'Donnell was not about to be left out of the spin cycle when it came to comments about Jay Leno.

Clearly in the Conan O'Brien camp, perhaps due to Leno's relentless badgering of her during years of monologues, O'Donnell, in between bites of a jelly filled Krispy Krème, engaged in a monologue of her own.

Most of her quotes were of the quality and brashness representative of an experienced editorial speaker, until a healthy smattering of four letter words were sprinkled into the mixture for good measure. Most wire services were anxious to pick up on her interviews, but were left with content that could not be published. Instead O'Donnell's name shows up in headlines, with only the distinction of being a supporter of Mr. O'Brien. Perhaps it was just an Irish thing.

TheSpoof, choosing to have cojones to print the whole story, promised this writer full access to publishing without edit.

When asked specifically about her relationship with Leno, Ms. O'Donnell replied, "Let me tell you about that ####ing #######. He's the biggest self-centered #####, I've ever ####### worked with. If he were the last ####ing man on Earth and I wasn't a #####, I still wouldn't #### him. I'd hand him my own #####, tell him to strap it on and go #### himself. Other than that Jay, is a regular ####### #######."

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