Who will take over Billy Bush's job co-hosting the 9 a.m. hour of NBC's "Today"? We have a few possibilities for you.
Bush, you will remember, was suspended by "Today" after a 2005 videotape surfaced of Bush giggling while Donald Trump bragged of sexually assaulting women. So who could replace him?
Harry Connick Jr.
His daytime talk show isn't grabbing huge ratings, so the singer may be free soon.
There are tons of "Saved By the Bell" fans out there, and they're not going to let the memories go.
He's done Broadway, film, TV and would give "Today" some real star power.
The NBC host has already been a fill-in during Bush's absence. A natural!
OK, he's already got a late-night talk show on NBC. But he wouldn't be the first host to pull double-duty.
Neil Patrick Harris
He's hosted everything else already. It's time for this versatile actor to get his own permanent gig.
Look, we're not saying he's the most qualified guy out there. But he needs a job.
He already lost out to Billy Bush for the "Today" job before. Time to bring him back.
Right. After that inappropriate man-on-the-street segment in New York City's Chinatown, a daily appearance on "Today" would be a bad idea. Really bad.