Originally Posted by Dakota rube
Leno didn't have a choice when he "handed over" the Tonight Show; NBC essentially fired him from the program.
Yes. I think this is simply an opportunity to watch another once large and proud business swirl around the drain a time or two before disappearing.
So I guess NBC is the Chrysler of over the air TV broadcasters?
Conan, if he does land at Fox with a talk show at 11:30 will bleed ratings off the reconstituted Tonight Show with Jay Leno. It's almost a replay with what happened to Letterman in the early 1990s. Either way the NBC brain trust responsible for this mess should get sacked for incompetence. It's one thing to make a an epic blunder, but to make the same one within 20 years? What ever happened to learning from history?