Jay Leno

“Only for the second time in my career am I the new face of comedy,” the comedian quipped.
"I got knocked off my motorcycle," said the late-night veteran. "So I’ve got a broken collarbone. I’ve got two broken ribs. I’ve got two cracked kneecaps.”
"You have to joke about it," said Leno. "There’s nothing worse than whiny celebrities."
The comedian and TV host is home after spending 10 days in a hospital for severe burns.
The comedian was discharged from the hospital after sustaining burns to his face, chest and hands in a car fire.
The former late night host was injured over the weekend when a car he was working on exploded into flames.
The former 'Tonight Show' host underwent surgery after suffering serious burns from a vintage car that erupted in flames in his garage.
The 72-year-old comedian says he's doing "ok" and hopes to be back on his feet in "a week or two."
The former "Tonight Show" host also questioned the Academy's plans to formally review what he described as "the most recorded assault in history."
This feud goes back a long way in late night talk show history.