This can't be good for NBC.
NBC's Marc Graboff had better watch his back.
"If someone puts a gun to your head and says, 'You know, you should do this reunion,' like Fallon kind of has done ... he kind of put us under the gun in a way."
A look at the upcoming lineups for both shows certainly seems to indicate as much!
Prepare to be shocked and then maybe a little saddened!
Writer Brian Lynch lays out a convincing argument.
Were Heidi and Spencer tortured?
Zucker on Nikki Finke: "I don't know who that is."
He moved a meeting from his home in Pacific Palisades so he could make the tip-off.
You didn't think it was possible, but the show is working overtime to devalue Ben Silverman's already tenuous grip on fame.
NBC has demanded he "back off booking A-list celebrities because it would encroach on Conan's turf."
Blog Serious Lunch noticed a striking similarity between Conan's new 'Tonight Show' set and the graphics from Super Mario World.
Stupid creative differences, we curse thee!
It stands in stark contrast to the way Jimmy Fallon has been embracing Internet culture.
Will Forte, friggin' Will Forte!
Plus: Pearl Jam hops in bed with Target.
Conan O’Brien Manages to Work a Jay Leno Impression Into His First Night As Host of the Tonight Show
Is it just us, or was it a little bit tense?
Conan's first night gave practically no indication of what a regular episode might be like. Mostly it just made us want to move to Los Angeles.
If you're like us, you can only record two things at once. So which show loses?
Outside of Will Ferrell and Pearl Jam, well, we're not too sure!
He's no longer allowed to waste the last few minutes of his show on a dull band or a boring comedian. So what should he do?
Everyone is entitled to his opinion (we suppose).
To advertise Judd Apatow's upcoming 'People,' NBC.com's webmaster has helpfully agreed to host a site for a fake show appearing in the movie.
"When 75 percent of the audience likes the person, you're 75 percent of the way there."