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As his TBS yakker bows Nov. 8, don't expect Conan O'Brien to reinvent the talkshow format.
In a surprise announcement, TBS revealed this morning that the former "Tonight Show" host would join the cabler.
Just seven months after inheriting the "Tonight Show," Conan O'Brien -- faced with a timeslot demotion -- is close to finalizing his exit from NBC.
O'Brien, who has kept his lips sealed so far over NBC's decision to bump his show to midnight, other than cracking wise about it on "The Tonight Show," is going public. And he's not happy.