The White House Correspondents dinner was last night. Conan O'Brien made some jokes, Obama came out to rap, and everyone got to bask in the warming glow of celebrity. Read more...
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Last year, comedian Conan O'Brien got into an interesting and fun back and forth with Newark, N.J. Mayor Cory Booker. In one of his funniest jabs at the mayor, O'Brien stated that Booker's health care plan for Newark residents was a bus ticket out of the city. Well, Booker might be getting the last laugh, as the mayor has been credited for working hard to clean out the city. Booker's police force has made 149 drug-related arrests this year, capped off with an arrest of 28 people Monday...Read Full Story
Jay Leno has had a few weeks to settle back into his old 'Tonight Show' digs and the ratings show that he's already beaten David Letterman in overall viewership and the prized 18-34 demo. But we wondered whether any old fans decided not to go along for the ride. Were there any former Leno fans who were so turned off by January's late night drama that they suddenly found Jay hard to take. We asked readers to join our Pop Chorus. Here are two of their stories.
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Conan O’Brien can’t appear on TV right now, but his sidekick, Andy Richter, doesn’t have any such restrictions. So when he filled in for Regis Philbin as co-host on ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ this morning, he didn’t hold back.
You can’t blame Andy for being upset, can you? It’s not easy (or fun) being unemployed.
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[HMG] – For those feeling deprived by their late-night lack of Coco, we have good news – Conan O’Brien has just announced a 30-date nationwide tour.
Beginning on April 12 and featuring both Conan and late-night foil Andy Richter, “The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On Television Tour” will open in Eugene, Oregon and go on to brighten thirty different cities in both the US and Canada.
Temptingly billed as “A night of music, comedy, hugging and the occasional awkward silence,” the first...Read Full Story
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien is perhaps the most popular late night TV show. Conan O'brien took over for Jay Leno in early 2009.