GINGE HATE: Is Jay Leno Replacing Conan?

January 7, 2010 / Posted by:

NBC has realized that airing The Happy Chin Fun Time Hour at 10pm 5 nights a week was a mistake. Because they suddenly got fucked in the nostril with the common sense stick, they have decided to snatch Jay Leno from the 10pm slot and put him back at 11:30pm after the Olympics in February. Grandma’s going to have to go back to the meth to stay awake.

However, there’s just one little problem. A certain ginge who goes by the name of Conan O’Brien currently occupies the 11:30pm slot. A source tells TMZ that NBC is deciding what to do with Conan. They could give Jay a half hour show and move Conan’s hour-long show to 12. Or they could give Jay a full hour at 11:30 and send Conan back to the end of the rainbow (aka the unemployment line).

NBC didn’t confirm any of this, but they did release this statement: “Jay Leno is one of the most compelling entertainers in the world today. As we have said all along, Jay’s show has performed exactly as we anticipated on the network. It has, however, presented some issues for our affiliates. Both Jay and the show are committed to working closely with them to find ways to improve the performance.”

Why does NBC gotta do this to A GINGE?! Jay Leno can’t just chinbutt Conan out of his 11:30pm home like that! That’s like if some bitch knocked on my door and said, “Hi, I used to live here and now I want to move back in so you have to leave.” NO BITCH! It doesn’t work that way. I signed shit! Wait, Conan signed shit, right?

I wish Leno would just self-potato himself in the corner and leave the ginge alone.

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