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Fallon Starting Strong in Late Night NYTimes

Jimmy Fallon, three months into his new gig as host of NBC's "Late Night," has won every night among viewers 18 to 49 as audiences find him likable, the New York Times reports. During his first month on the job, his ratings were higher than Conan O'Brien's average during the 2008-9 season, although since then Mr. Fallon's ratings have dropped somewhat below that, the newspaper says. “He’s a good performer and impressionist. The rare thing is he’s charming," producer Lorne Michaels tells the Times.
—Aimee Picchi

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Alex:

For every one person who likes Fallon, there are 25 who hate him. Chew on that.

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