But everything's fine at NBC.
Not bad for seven months' work.
The one with the chin on exactly how we ended up where we are.
The NBC versus Conan drama has become an allegory for the financial crisis and the populist revolt that followed it.
"Leno has had 45 million chances to not be a jerk about this."
"There's really only one person who could have done this into his '60s and that was Johnny Carson and it's fair to say I'm no Johnny Carson."
Conan and Jay didn't take last night off from the Late Night wars.
Nikki Finke says Conan's reps are still lobbying Jeff Zucker to let O'Brien remain the host of the 'Tonight Show' at 11:30.
"Having a show at 1:30 is not much different than not having a show at all."
"It's like drilling for oil — you just don't know what you're going to get."
TMZ says Jay and NBC have signed a deal to give him back his old hour-long show at 11:35.
'People' says Conan's last show will air next Friday.
Zucker says he'll try to keep Conan off of a rival network for three-and-a-half years.
That's the rumor that ESPN's Sports Guy, Bill Simmons, is spreading.
Hey, that's Kenneth Parcell of Stone Mountain, Georgia!