I just finished watching this and I'm convinced that Paul Reubens could have read the phone book and made it entertaining. I even forgot I was watching Jay Leno for a minute there. The best thing about the interview was his story about the record he made. It wasn't really funny per se, and it probably never even happened, but he is just such an engaging storyteller that he makes it work in ways few actors can. Such an underrated actor overall.
Also the second-best retro character performance this year only to Mark-Paul breaking out Zack Morris.
(edited by Super Shane Spear on 23.9.09 1802) You should listen to what I listen to
The opening to this episode was Sue Sylvester venturing into cartoonish villainy (as opposed to cartoonish supervillainy, of course). Total awesome and I loved every bit of Principal Sue Sylvester, especially her war on junk food.