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"I have three televisions, four sometimes, just so I can watch all of them. I love (Jimmy) Kimmel , I love Jimmy (Fallon) and I love (David) Letterman, and I hope (Steven) Colbert stays in New York." Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein simultaneously watches several Tvs so he does not have to chose between America's late-night chat show hosts.


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