All the recent network brouhaha reminds me of the war no one wants to talk about back in the day. It was a painful era in America but the Cola Wars divided communities. The evil not-genii at Coca~Cola changed their formula, dumped "New Coke" on the market but it was no good! Consumers cried foul, hoarding of "old" Coke began, bad behavior abounded, blah, blah, blah. Read all about it in "The Other Guy Blinked: How Pepsi Won the Cola Wars" by Pepsi executive Roger Enrico. (I would argue that Coca~Cola won because their loyal public clamored for original product instead of switching to Pepsi.)
Although not a regular viewer of late night television, it is very apparent that a major mis-step has been made with the shake up of personalities and time slots. (I am biased because I find Jay Leno most unfunny.) Have no idea if Conan forced NBC into promising an unreasonable 5 year plan or if Jay is a complete douche that refused to go away but somebody screwed up big time and the American public is paying the price for Jay returning to the earlier slot.
Thanks, Peacock Bastards, thanks a lot. <----example of sarcasm, Bastards, since you know absolutely nothing about humor