LOS ANGELES, California – Jay Leno had much to say about the nationwide college admissions scandal rocking the country on Monday.
Funnyman spoke to Fox News on Wednesday and did not hold back in his ridicule against Hollywood elites playing the system to move on.
"This is a good time for all but white guys," began Leno, 68. "Like this stupid college thing going on, it just broke this week – it's the ultimate … you know, I always hear the term "white privilege" and what does it mean – that is the legal definition of it. " 
The long-standing "Tonight Show" host explained that there is a trickle-down effect in the way the scheme affects almost everyone directly and indirectly – and surely feels the year-long FBI probe is just the tip of the iceberg for the upcoming change.
"[It’s] just rich people buy their way into something they do not belong to," Leno complained. "I mean how many black, brown, yellow, orange kids were screwed out of college because someone knew someone else's or grandfather's went there before. I think it's going to be a good thing – it'll break it all and make it more egalitarian for everyone so I think it's a good thing. "
Lori Loughlin, 54, and her fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli were charged with nearly 50 other people on Tuesday in a scheme where wealthy parents claim that Removed university buses and other academic insiders to get their children to some of the most elite and prestigious schools in the country, federal prosecutors said.
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The actor "Full House" and her spouse are accused of accepting paying $ 500,000 in bribes to have their two daughters appointed as recruits for the USC crew team – even though none of the children had participated in the sport.
The FBI in the probe "Operation Varsity Blues" was also accused of "Desperate Housewives", Felicity Huffman, 56, who is accused of paying $ 15,000 – as she allegedly disguised as a charitable donation her daughter could attend college entrance exam scams scam.
In addition to his comments on Fox News on pop culture, Leno took the important issue of combating high cholesterol with his latest initiative, Cholesterol 911 – a national campaign that sounds loud LDL-C Also known as "bad cholesterol" and its connection to heart attack and stroke.
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whether there could be threatening science linking bad cholesterol to men splashing on cars during a mid-life crisis the comedian reacted the only way he knew how – with a joke.
"No it's testosterone", Leno jested. "You confuse testosterone with bad cholesterol. Testosterone makes you buy it – it also makes you date 20-year-old."
Fox News & # 39; Sasha Savitsky contributed to this report.