NBC has inked a new two-year deal that will keep Carson Daly hosting Last Call, which recently celebrated its five-year anniversary. It was also confirmed that Daly will continue on with his New Year's Eve special, which debuted in 2004. And yet still, I can't read the guy's name without thinking of the four-letter word Jimmy Fallon used to describe him during Saturday Night Live impressions.
While Dick Clark and Ryan Seacrest dissertate on the big ball drop for ABC, Carson Daly will oversee all things "Auld Lang Syne" on behalf of the Peacock Network on NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly, a Chevrolet-sponsored special kicking off at 11:30 pm/ET and featuring appearances by funny lady Wanda Sykes, oh-so-straight man Brian Williams and the artist now known as Diddy, as well as a live performance by Mary J. Blige. Here's what the man TV Guide once called "the Pied Piper of Generation Y" had to tell us about his hot Dec. 31 date, the "new" Last Call, "My Humps," Br