Category: Funny Stuff

Stephen Colbert and Conan O’Brien dance off

This video is from one of the last episodes of Conan before he moved off to greener pastures. Stephen and Conan, two great tastes that taste great together. :)

I’m missing Conan right now until he gets his new show. Jimmy Fallon seems to be doing alright, beating Conan’s ratings already, but I still think he’s got a ways to go before he’s 100% comfortable on his own show.

Conan O’Brien’s Last Night in New York

From the Huffington Post:

After 16 years and 2,725 shows, Conan O’Brien’s final episode as host of NBC’s “Late Night” airs tonight. Jimmy Fallon takes over the “Late Night” gig on March 2, and Conan inherits the “Tonight Show” from Jay Leno in June.
“I’ll probably cry like a baby on Friday night,” hetold the New York Times‘ Bill Carter.
The week has been filled with Conan farewells — from Will Arnett to Stephen Colbert to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg — but in honor of Conan’s last show (for a few months), check out these classic Conan highlights from over the years. Check back later for video of his final episode.

I was just in New York with my buddy Comissioner Cool to see Conan. It was an awesome experience and I’m glad I got it in before he went of to greener pastures. I’ll miss him on Late Night, but I look forward to seeing him again in June.

Here are some pictures of myself, Commissioner Cool, and our good friend Larry David from my New York trip (click to enlarge):



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Dave Barry’s Year in review 2008

I’ve always been a big fan of Dave Barry, especially for use in the bathroom. The Washington Post printed his year in review. Here’s a snip:

How weird a year was it? Here’s how weird:

  • O.J. actually got convicted of something.
  • Gasoline hit $4 a gallon — and those were the good times.
  • On several occasions, “Saturday Night Live” was funny.
  • There were a few days there in October when you could not completely rule out the possibility that the next Treasury secretary would be Joe the Plumber.
  • Finally, and most weirdly, for the first time in history, the voters elected a president who — despite the skeptics who said such a thing would never happen in the United States — was neither a Bush nor a Clinton.

Read the whole article here.