It was Leno who called Munro about meeting up at McDonald’s, but it was “60 Minutes” that called Phillips Academy looking for an interview space. Leno went to Phillips Academy after his visit to McDonald’s.
PA spokesman Steve Porter said producers asked for space for last Saturday.
“So, we had them use a conference room in Draper Hall,” Porter said.
No date has been announced for the “60 Minutes” piece to air.
Leno’s last show is scheduled for Feb. 6, with Jimmy Fallon scheduled to take over “The Tonight Show.”
Bill Burt contributed to this story.