Late-night network television is loyal like Tiger Woods in the champagne room—anyone can get bent over. The most recent reaming came last January, when NBC tried to push The Tonight Show and host Conan O'Brien back to 12:05 a.m. (a.k.a. tomorrow) from the franchise's longstanding 11:35 p.m. slot to accommodate former host and primetime failure Jay Leno's insufferable ass. After a mere seven months of doing his dream job, Coco stepped off with a paltry $45 million settlement and joined the rest of America in looking for a job. Fortunately he avoided the bread line and landed at TBS, where his rather entertaining new show, Conan (Monday-Thursday, 11 p.m.), premiered last night. All's well that ends well, even if it is basic cable. But what about the other late-night network TV hosts? Where the hell could they turn if the axe were to fall on them? Complex gave it some thought and came up with answers. Keep reading to find out where other late-night talk show hosts should go if they get fired...

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