Conan O'Brien says he will not continue with The Tonight Show if NBC moves it to 12:05/11:05c.
O'Brien said in a statement that "we were never given that chance" to...
Conan O'Brien announced Tuesday he doesn't want to do The Tonight Show at 12:05 a.m., throwing his future with the show into doubt. He also says he has no offer on the table from any other network. His statement, as provided to The New York Times:
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Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien came out swinging again at NBC in their monologues Monday night, each sounding like seriously disgruntled employees.
Even before The Tonight Show began, O'Brien joked in a promo: "It's an amazing show, airing who knows when?"
He got a long, rousing round of applause when he walked out to start the show and tried to quell the crowd by wisecracking: