According to this article, Jeff Zucker may be poised to leave NBC. If that's true, he'll leave it in far worse shape than he found it in 1986. I'll admit something: I don't know what Mr. Zucker does all day. He may be brilliant and simply a victim of circumstances. NBC may have fallen so far, just because of bad timing. But, sooner or later, someone's head has to roll as a result of that plunge from "Must-See-TV" to "Oh, they're still on the air?" and the logical choice would be Mr. Zucker. This is the man who said to the Washington Post in a 2006 interview, "It's hard to say if viewers will be less interested in unscripted programming that's not in HD when the rest of the programming is in HD, I think it's a fair question, but I'm not overly concerned about it at this point." (emphasis added) Mr. Zucker was not overly concerned about HD when it was the biggest thing to happen to TV since color. And while Mr. Zucker may not have been the single person who caused MSNBC to be the last major news network in HD... he may have been. Leave or stay, I wish the gentleman well. But I suspect NBC will be that much closer to redemption after he leaves.