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Has Late Night TV Jumped the Celebrity Game Shark?

By Vivian Kane | Videos | April 29, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Videos | April 29, 2015 |

The face of late night television has changed in a major way over the last few years, and those changes have turned out to be hugely divisive. Many of us are more than happy to watch celebrities pretend to sing or guess what’s in secret boxes or play living chess to the death. (I don’t watch much late night— Fallon does that, right?) But many more despise this new trend. Just last week, Conan called out one of his writers for a very public, very, shall we say, forceful attack on the new wave of late night games and pranks and hashtag wars.

Now normally I would never use Daniel Tosh as an example of good points made, but his skewering here is actually pretty on point.

And then he makes what I believe is a veiled terrible joke about hacking naked pictures and never mind, Fallon can stay forever.

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