NBC’s “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” premiered last night. Because it’s cheap to make and better to watch live than recorded on DVRs, late night TV is supposed to save broadcast television. But that won’t happen if it sucks. We already know it got good ratings, but that doesn’t tell us whether people liked the program.
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