By Nadia Noir
Williams, of course, quickly apologized about the faux pas.
“Arsenio is a late-night veteran and he took us to task on his show and he even urged his audience members to call our newsroom,” said Williams. “So, in apologizing to Arsenio we just wanted to point out: At least you’re in good company here.”
The aforementioned montage was based on Jimmy Fallon‘s debut on The Tonight Show.
“If you’re doing a story about late-night, all I ask is that you mention me,” Hall said. “You don’t even have to use a photo. I know how journalism is these days. Use Samuel Jackson — it doesn’t even have to be my photo. Use Laurence Fishburne. Just mention me.”
Watch Hall’s response here.