The NBC versus Conan drama has become an allegory for the financial crisis and the populist revolt that followed it.
Earthly vows are made.
Here’s what we saw and heard between 7:30 p.m. on Friday (a grumpy Joan Collins) and 11:30 p.m. last night (a glam Grace Jones buddying up with Chloe Sevigny).
The beginnings of a theory about isolation and engagement in life, in politics, and in love — and the prospects for success of each.
Our play-by-play of the fashion parade.
It's quite surreal!
"Leno has had 45 million chances to not be a jerk about this."
Sarah might be a hermaphrodite.
"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.
Watch the week in jokes, at NBC's expense.
"She's mad weird, that chick."
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.
Tina Fey, the first true female Woody Allen, bends some gender assumptions.
No. 1: He will call someone ugly.
James Franco hitches his art-cart to our favorite sitcom!
"I don't understand that religion, what it is. I just wanna get to the business."
Guest-starring Jack Black!
After last week's cheat, the show is back with a well-crafted tale of disfigured townsfolk.
Taking what felt like giant strides in setting up the second half of the season.
NBC is so over all this crappy PR.
Plus: Steven Spielberg and Spike Lee will make you sad.
Straighten that hat too.
Also, is he on Team Conan or Team Leno?