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Conan O’Brien announces his final air date on television
May 4th, 2021 under Conan O'Brien. [ Comments: none ]

Last year, it was announced that Conan O’Brien would be ending his TBS late night show this year. Now, we know when he will be filming his final episode.

Conan will be signing off from late-night television after almost 28 years on June 24th. Before he says goodbye in a one-hour special episode, he will have several of his favorite guests and bits on the show. I hope he finds a way to do another skit with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart before then.

While he won’t be on broadcast television anymore, he will be doing something with HBO Max. I can’t wait to see what he does because he is by far the best late night host on television in all of the categories.

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Surprise, Will Forte is a dad!
April 6th, 2021 under Conan O'Brien, Will Forte. [ Comments: none ]

Will Forte has a lot of productions in the works, including a MacGruber series for Peacock, but he was working on one we didn’t know about.

Last year, when Forte was on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, his father revealed that his son is engaged to Olivia Modling. Yesterday, when the actor was on Conan, he told Conan O’Brien he and his fiancée welcomed their first child on February 15th. They had a baby girl and named her Zoe Douglas.

He is such a proud pop that he is keeping all of her momentoes, like her first diaper, umbilical cord, and nursery hat. He even showed them on the TBS show. On a positive note, at least he didn’t eat her placenta.

Seriously, he is such a sweet, doting dad. Zoe is lucky to have him as a dad, even if he sings songs from The Doors to her. Let’s just hope she doesn’t become an arsonist because he sang C’mon Baby Light My Fire to her one too many times.

On that note, Forte also talked about the time that Val Kilmer lived with him. One day the two of them spent the day singing songs from the legendary band. Oh, to have been a fly on the wall when that happened.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
March 17th, 2021 under Conan O'Brien, SOW Greetings. [ Comments: none ]


Happy St Patrick’s Day, the day where we are all Irish for the day!

But on a serious note, today, let’s all be Asian too. What is going on in America is disgusting. Asians should not be attacked because of who they are. We are all the same underneath our skin, so stop the Asian hate.

Conan O’Brien tried to teach several Chinese Americans about today’s holiday. Why don’t we do the same and learn more about our Asian friends?

We can’t hate who we know, so get to know everyone you can. Unless they are a White Supremacist. There is nothing redeemable about them.

Oh, and since many bars and pubs are open again, don’t drink and drive.

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Conan O’Brien ends his nightly talk show after 28 years, 2 networks, and 4 shows
November 17th, 2020 under Conan O'Brien. [ Comments: 2 ]


Back in 1993, some guy named Conan O’Brien took over Late Night from David Letterman. No one knew who this red-headed man was, but they would. After a few years, he earned the respect of NBC, and they offered him The Tonight Show after Jay Leno retired.

That day finally came in 2009, but Leno was not ready to give up his show. Therefore, NBC gave Leno an hour at 10p every weeknight. To say that idea failed would be an understatement. When it got canceled, Leno got his show back, and Conan was fired.

A year later, TBS offered him a late night show, and he was able to say and do things he could not do on NBC. He also got to take his show around the world with Conan Without Borders.

After 10 years on TBS and seeing his talk show go from an hour to 30 minutes, he announced that he is will be retiring from the nightly grind in June. When he concludes his run on TBS, he will start doing a weekly variety show on HBO Max.

“In 1993 Johnny Carson gave me the best advice of my career: ‘As soon as possible, get to a streaming platform.’ I’m thrilled that I get to continue doing whatever the hell it is I do on HBO Max, and I look forward to a free subscription,” says O’Brien.

Along with the weekly show, he will continue to take his show around the world. That is when it is safe to do so.

This news is extremely distressing to me. Conan is by far the best interviewer in late night. He also does the funniest comedy bits. His absence will be missed because he is heads and shoulders above the other late night hosts. I am not saying that because he is the tallest.

When he says goodbye in June, Jimmy Kimmel will become the longest-running host. He started in 2003. When it comes to who will be the best of the rest, that goes to Seth Meyers. The other four can’t hold a candle to the fourth Late Night host.

Conan might not be on our televisions nightly anymore, but he will not be forgotten. I will rewatch his show from the beginning. Then maybe I can finally see the episode my dad was on. Long story short, he traveled on a bus from Manhattan home to The Bronx with tapioca in several different parts of his body.

Now that Conan has extra time on his hands, maybe he can finally do a sitcom with Jordan Schlansky.

Thank you, Conan, for teaching me how great late night can be.

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The logical reason why Conan O’Brien had a Christmas show yesterday
September 25th, 2020 under Conan O'Brien. [ Comments: none ]


We are exactly three months away from Christmas Day, yet Conan O’Brien decided to celebrate it yesterday on his TBS talk show. Why now? Because he doesn’t think we will make it to December 25th.

Any other year, I would disagree with him. But this year, I think he might be right. So this weekend, I am going to celebrate Yom ChristGivingwWeenAh. Who is with me? Virtually, of course. Since all of those holidays have already been canceled for 2020, so it is the only way we can do it.

Now, I am depressed. The only thing that will cheer me up is listening to the Los Angeles Masked Children’s Choir.

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