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NEW YORK ? Late Night With Conan O'Brien signs off Friday after 16 years and 2,725 episodes, after which its gangly red-haired host will pack up, move west and "reinvent" himself in his dream job: The Tonight Show. In NBC's late-night game of musical chairs, Jimmy Fallon steps in for O'Brien on March 2, O'Brien replaces Jay Leno on the storied franchise on June 1, and Leno unexpectedly moves his act to prime time in early September. FIND OUT MORE HERE!
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