Show Business: The Early Early Show

Four and a half million Americans, according to a National Broadcasting Co. survey, are lolling awake at home at 1 o'clock every morning. And what do they have to watch on television? Little more than faded black-and-white movies interrupted by supercharged hawkers of old cars. Last week NBC started offering something else: a network early early talk show that runs Monday through Thursday from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. E.D.T., immediately following the Tonight show and a few hours before the Today show. It is called (what else?) Tomorrow.

Network censors, like almost everyone else, are a little less upright in the...

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