Jay Leno Gets Roasted By a Bunch of Cross-Dressing Harvard Students

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The awards ceremony began with Nikolus A. Ray ’11 and Matthew E. Whitaker ’12 — co-producers of the Hasty Pudding Theatrical’s current show “Kashmir if you Can,” — roasting Leno on topics ranging from his generally older viewer base to his conflict with Conan C. O’Brien ’85.“In order to give our man of the year time to rest we considered moving our 8 p.m. show back two hours later,” Whitiker said.But, Ray said, “We do realize that no one wants to watch a show that starts at 10 p.m.”