Back when all the tensions surrounding Conan O'Brien and his ill-fated stint on The Tonight Show erupted, most of the country split into two separate camps, unofficially identified as "Team Coco" and "Team I Work for Jay Leno So I Can't Really Say Anything but I'd Totally Find Another Job if I Could if That Tells You Anything."
What I'm saying is, Leno didn't have a lot of supporters. He had a ton of critics, though! One of the most outspoken was Jimmy Kimmel, whom you might know as the host of the other late night talk show you don't give a shit about. In the big scheme of things, there was really no cause for Jimmy Kimmel to get involved in that situation at all. He did, though, and since Conan O'Brien was mostly quiet about it at the time, a person with limited knowledge of the situation could be forgiven if they mistakenly believed that Jimmy Kimmel was the one who'd lost his job at The Tonight Show.
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Reminder: It was actually this guy.
Kimmel talked about his hatred for Leno during an interview on Larry King Live. He did a scathing impersonation, complete with prosthetic chin, on his show.