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Actor Jack McBrayer and comedian Conan O'Brien perform at the opening night of 'The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On TV Tour' at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts on April 12, 2010 in Eugene, Oregon.
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"Desperate for work, former presidential candidate John Edwards tries out for a slot as bandleader on Conan O’Brien’s new cable show."
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Oh, the beard? I was told that my chin wasn't “big enough” so I'm trying to make up for it.
Clearly, these two are proud of the old red, whites and blue.
Goodbye Leno. Hello Team Conan.
Ladies and gentleman, apparently jacks with coco too.
"Legally prohibited from being funny'....oh....that expains it all.
That's right soldier, in the immortal words of general McArthur "I shall return." As soon as my NBC contract expires.
"If I could have sucked up like this I'd still be on NBC."
Thanks folks... let me apologize for Jack here, who apparently didn't understand that "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On TV" precludes the stage. Jack it would've been fine for you to be funny tonight.
Somewhere out there Andy is all alone and twittering me like crazy.
"I'm gonna wash that man right outta my hair........."
Conan introduces his replacement for the show on Fox, he never had!
Great Falls, Virginia
"I offered him this gig as an alternative to NBC and he hasn't stopped saluting me since!"
Ladies and gentlemen, this is Jack McBrayer the NBC Page part of the settlement I received from NBC.
Jack McBrayer: Salute to Leno ...I know you are hiding there....
Jack McBrager: Hey, Conan, have you cashed your big settlement check?
Conan O'Brien: No, I have not, Jack. Why did you ask?
Jack McBrager: Because the network that wrote the check is asking for a federal bailout, and Geithner is fuming.
Conan O'Brien: I had several offers after I was dumped for Leno. Several news organizations wanted me. One of them offered me an evening show called COB 180.
Conan O'Brien has come out of Hibernation to introduce his own bail out plan.