Late Night With Jimmy FallonOnce again, NBC has it all wrong.

I'm speaking, of course, about the ongoing late-night drama between the network, Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien. For over a week now, the three have been caught in a media firestorm that escalated Sunday when NBC announced the cancellation of 'The Jay Leno Show,' Leno's 10PM variety hour.

And that was just the beginning: Soon, NBC had proposed an alternative plan, in which Leno would move back to late-night, at 11:35, bumping 'The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien,' to 12:05. Conan followed with a statement published on Tuesday. In it, he expressed disappointment with the plan and stated that he will not host the 'Tonight Show' after Leno. This left the future of late-night on NBC in limbo.

For now, it appears that Leno will take back the 'Tonight Show' after all, and many have argued that he's the wrong guy for the job. Despite 17 years of experience behind the desk, Leno represents a thing of the past at a time when NBC needs to be trying something new.

The kicker: Conan isn't the right guy, either; it's actually Jimmy Fallon.