This morning, TV audiences around the country awoke to the news that NBC had fired Matt Lauer. The longtime anchor of "Today," and broadcast news' highest-paid personality was let go amid allegations of sexual misconduct. Cinemablend's Sean O'Connell joins Cheddar with the latest on the accusations. NBC's preemptive action comes as reports indicate The New York Times and Variety were working on pieces about claims against Lauer. O'Connell says, "There could be some things that have been going on for a while, so it becomes a question of who knew what at what time." Finally, we discuss whom NBC will choose to replace the man who sat at "Today's" anchor desk since 1997. O'Connell speculates that the network will likely choose an "in-house" replacement. However, he says it might be some time until a new anchor is named, adding, "You won't see a permanent replacement immediately."