History Creator / ConanOBrien

22nd Mar '17 9:21:28 AM JamesAustin
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* ArchNemesis: The now-ex NBC CEO Jeff Zucker. Conan and Zucker were editors of rival newspapers in college. And also...'''''[-STAAAAA-MOS!-]'''''
** At one point in college, Zucker got Conan and the staff of the ''Harvard Lampoon'' in trouble for buying up and discarding all copies of the ''Harvard Crimson'' in a newspaper war worthy of a college movie, [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/headerimage.jpg minus babes]].

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* ArchNemesis: ArchNemesis:
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The now-ex NBC CEO Jeff Zucker. Conan and Zucker were editors of rival newspapers in college. And also...'''''[-STAAAAA-MOS!-]'''''
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At one point in college, Zucker got Conan and the staff of the ''Harvard Lampoon'' in trouble for buying up and discarding all copies of the ''Harvard Crimson'' in a newspaper war worthy of a college movie, [[http://www.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20131006200135/http://www.cracked.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/headerimage.jpg minus babes]].babes]].
** And also...'''''[-STAAAAA-MOS!-]'''''



* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Andy Richter. Where to begin? Andy was a writer who was hired as Conan's sidekick to help him from being too nervous during the show. The producers had noticed that they had great chemistry, and they hung out so frequently that [[http://nbckicks.tripod.com/kudrow.html people started assuming that they were gay]]. Even when NBC executives demanded that Conan get rid of Andy, he refused. Andy's last episode of Late Night (before leaving to pursue an acting career) was one of only two moments wherein Conan cried on camera. There were also no guests in that episode, because it was all one big going away party for Andy. Andy eventually came back for the Tonight Show and stuck with Conan -- angrily defending him from Leno and NBC -- throughout the whole debacle. He hasn't left Conan's side since, and even off-camera, the two are still frequently seen together. It's also widely known that every time Conan does something dangerous (like taunt an animal on the show to get laughs), Andy gets so concerned and angry that he refuses to talk to Conan for at least a day.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Andy Richter. Where to begin? Andy was a writer who was hired as Conan's sidekick to help him from being too nervous during the show. The producers had noticed that they had great chemistry, and they hung out so frequently that [[http://nbckicks.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20120330171057/http://nbckicks.tripod.com/kudrow.html people started assuming that they were gay]]. Even when NBC executives demanded that Conan get rid of Andy, he refused. Andy's last episode of Late Night (before leaving to pursue an acting career) was one of only two moments wherein Conan cried on camera. There were also no guests in that episode, because it was all one big going away party for Andy. Andy eventually came back for the Tonight Show and stuck with Conan -- angrily defending him from Leno and NBC -- throughout the whole debacle. He hasn't left Conan's side since, and even off-camera, the two are still frequently seen together. It's also widely known that every time Conan does something dangerous (like taunt an animal on the show to get laughs), Andy gets so concerned and angry that he refuses to talk to Conan for at least a day.



* MyBrainIsBig
--> What's a fast way to clue the audience into a character's super-intelligence, either inborn or suddenly-gained? Why, give them a swollen cranium, apparently housing a grossly enlarged brain. The head may or may not pulsate, and the rest of the body be comparatively weak and underdeveloped.

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* MyBrainIsBig
--> What's a fast way to clue the audience into a character's super-intelligence, either inborn or suddenly-gained? Why, give them a swollen cranium, apparently housing a grossly enlarged brain. The head may or may not pulsate, and the rest of the body be comparatively weak and underdeveloped.
%%* MyBrainIsBig



* NewYearHasCome: On ''Late Night'', Conan took advantage of his later time slot (back then, ''The Tonight Show'' covered Times Square celebrations since it overlaps Midnight ET) to conduct a New Year's celebration for the unappreciated Central Time Zone, featuring a series of bizarre sketches leading into an equally silly countdown; one year featured busts of Chicagoans James Belushi and Oprah Winfrey french kissing at midnight, and another featured a reporter who got into a police chase trying to race to Hudson Lake, Indiana to celebrate "properly".
** This sketch was effectively discontinued in 2006: New Year's Eve in 2006 and 2007 fell on the weekend, the Writers' Strike was still going on in 2008, and Carson Daly hosts his own special now instead (making ''The Tonight Show'' and ''Late Night'' be re-runs instead)

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* NewYearHasCome: On ''Late Night'', Conan took advantage of his later time slot (back then, ''The Tonight Show'' covered Times Square celebrations since it overlaps Midnight ET) to conduct a New Year's celebration for the unappreciated Central Time Zone, featuring a series of bizarre sketches leading into an equally silly countdown; one year featured busts of Chicagoans James Belushi and Oprah Winfrey french kissing at midnight, and another featured a reporter who got into a police chase trying to race to Hudson Lake, Indiana to celebrate "properly".
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"properly". This sketch was effectively discontinued in 2006: New Year's Eve in 2006 and 2007 fell on the weekend, the Writers' Strike was still going on in 2008, and Carson Daly hosts his own special now instead (making ''The Tonight Show'' and ''Late Night'' be re-runs instead)



* ProudToBeAGeek
* RedHeadedStepchild

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* SelfDeprecation: Conan frequently makes fun of himself and the show in general. In one instance on ''Late Night'', Conan even remarked in jest "This is the worst show on television."
** On his first episode on the new show, "Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to my second annual first show."
* ShootTheMoney: When [=TBS=] sent out a blimp to promote the show, Conan declared on the air that they were obligated to get their money's worth for it, and did a series of sketches wherein the blimp was sent around [=LA=] to ''stalk Gary Busey''.

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* SelfDeprecation: Conan frequently makes fun of himself and the show in general. In one instance on ''Late Night'', Conan even remarked in jest "This is the worst show on television."
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" On his the first episode on of ''Conan'', made barely a year after the new show, first episode of his seven-month-only tenure in ''The Tonight Show'', he introduced the show with "Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to my second annual first show."
* ShootTheMoney: When [=TBS=] sent out a blimp to promote the show, Conan declared on the air that they were obligated to get their money's worth for it, and did a series of sketches wherein the blimp was sent around [=LA=] to ''stalk Gary Busey''.
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* SmarterThanYouLook: If you're introduced to Conan via Masturbating Bear or other lowbrow comedy bits, it may come as a surprise to learn he graduated from Harvard (and was valedictorian of his high school class).
** On a slightly less lowbrow note, you may have been introduced to him via ''Website/TheOnion'' or ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: An episode of his ''Late Night'' show was done entirely in [[StopMotion Claymation]].

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* SmarterThanYouLook: If you're introduced to Conan via Masturbating Bear or other lowbrow comedy bits, it may come as a surprise to learn he graduated from Harvard (and was valedictorian of his high school class).
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class). On a slightly less lowbrow note, you may have been introduced to him via ''Website/TheOnion'' or ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: SomethingCompletelyDifferent:
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An episode of his ''Late Night'' show was done entirely in [[StopMotion Claymation]].



** An episode of Conan was dedicated entirely to ''Series/BreakingBad'', from the title cards, to the guests, and to the band that played at the end. After the show, the entire Breaking Bad cast then threw fake bags of meth at the audience.
* And another had him going to Cuba to do a documentary-style spy about the country and its people.

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** An episode of Conan ''Conan'' was dedicated entirely to ''Series/BreakingBad'', from the title cards, to the guests, and to the band that played at the end. After the show, the entire Breaking Bad cast then threw fake bags of meth at the audience.
* ** And another had him going to Cuba to do a documentary-style spy about the country and its people.



** One of his best was a comedy skit in which a Bugatti Veyron (with mouse ears on the roof, no less!) simply sat onstage while the original master recording of Music/TheRollingStones' "Satisfaction" played in the background a skit which cost ''$1.5 million'', and was done simply because NBC was footing the bill for the show.
** He topped it by having 2009 Kentucky Derby-winning horse Mine That Bird wearing a mink Snuggie watching restricted NFL SuperBowl footage. Total cost? ''$4.8 million.'' Also on that show was Creator/RobinWilliams yelling at the fake Burbank backdrop "You ''idiots!''" and flipping it off, then singing an Irish folk song which Conan got up and danced along to.
** Finally, to cap it all off, his final ''Tonight Show'' episode featured a fossilized ground sloth shooting caviar out a fire hose onto a Picasso. The cost? [[UpToEleven Over $40 million]] (or was it 60?...). And then Creator/TomHanks walked out to Music/TheBeatles' "Lovely Rita", which drove the price up an extra $500,000.
** After O'Brien was criticized for wasting money that could be helping Haiti or something, he admitted on-air that the expensive items were either fake or donated for free. The rights to the music, however, were very real. (The first time it aired cost NBC nothing, but re-airing would have been very expensive, which is why NBC refuses to re-air them or make them available on the internet.)

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** *** One of his best was a comedy skit in which a Bugatti Veyron (with mouse ears on the roof, no less!) simply sat onstage while the original master recording of Music/TheRollingStones' "Satisfaction" played in the background a skit which cost ''$1.5 million'', and was done simply because NBC was footing the bill for the show.
** *** He topped it by having 2009 Kentucky Derby-winning horse Mine That Bird wearing a mink Snuggie watching restricted NFL SuperBowl footage. Total cost? ''$4.8 million.'' Also on that show was Creator/RobinWilliams yelling at the fake Burbank backdrop "You ''idiots!''" and flipping it off, then singing an Irish folk song which Conan got up and danced along to.
** *** Finally, to cap it all off, his final ''Tonight Show'' episode featured a fossilized ground sloth shooting caviar out a fire hose onto a Picasso. The cost? [[UpToEleven Over $40 million]] (or was it 60?...). And then Creator/TomHanks walked out to Music/TheBeatles' "Lovely Rita", which drove the price up an extra $500,000.
** *** After O'Brien was criticized for wasting money that could be helping Haiti or something, he admitted on-air that the expensive items were either fake or donated for free. The rights to the music, however, were very real. (The first time it aired cost NBC nothing, but re-airing would have been very expensive, which is why NBC refuses to re-air them or make them available on the internet.)



** In an episode where Conan and a professional organizer go try to clean associate producer Jordan Schlansky's office, Conan found an old NBC envelope. Even the studio audience groaned at the awkwardness. The organizer asked if the box he found it in was garbage, Conan held out the envelope and said, "Oh, THIS is garbage."

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** In an episode of ''Conan'' where Conan and a professional organizer go try to clean associate producer Jordan Schlansky's office, Conan found an old NBC envelope. Even the studio audience groaned at the awkwardness. The organizer asked if the box he found it in was garbage, Conan held out the envelope and said, "Oh, THIS is garbage."



* {{Unperson}}: To NBC, at least. Conan's website, any reference to O'Brien on their network and even Website/YouTube and {{Creator/Hulu}} clips of O'Brien's shows have been under watch or removed by NBC with two exceptions (an episode of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' he hosted and a Season 1 episode of ''Series/ThirtyRock'' in which he and his show play an integral part in the plot). They even removed [=HornyManatee.com=].

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* {{Unperson}}: To NBC, at least. least.
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Conan's website, any reference to O'Brien on their network and even Website/YouTube and {{Creator/Hulu}} Creator/{{Hulu}} clips of O'Brien's shows have been under watch or removed by NBC with two exceptions (an episode of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' he hosted and a Season 1 episode of ''Series/ThirtyRock'' in which he and his show play an integral part in the plot). They even removed [=HornyManatee.com=].
22nd Mar '17 8:24:58 AM JamesAustin
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->''"I had [[Series/LateNight a show]]. Then I had [[Series/TheTonightShow a different show]]. Now I have a [[http://twitter.com/ConanoBrien Twitter account]]."''
-->--'''Conan O'Brien'''[='s=] former bio statement on his {{Twitter}} account.

Conan O'Brien (born April 18, 1963) is the former host of ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' following Creator/DavidLetterman's departure. He then hosted ''TheTonightShow'' after the departure of Jay Leno. The ratings for Leno's new show weren't stellar, but NBC was okay with it until local affiliates cried foul when their local news programmes suffered consequent ratings drops, leading NBC to cancel Leno's new show, and then try to fit Jay, Conan, and Jimmy Fallon into their late night line up when Leno still wanted a job at the end of the day. Conan said it would ruin the institution of ''The Tonight Show'' for the show to go into the next day (an inevitable result of cramming three comedians into less than three hours), and was ultimately let go from his contract (with $45 million mind you...) and Leno took back his old time slot. Regardless of whose side you were on, it's pretty universally accepted that NBC [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed up big]]. Go to AdoredByTheNetwork to see a few more details of this debacle.

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->''"I had [[Series/LateNight [[Series/LateNightWithConanOBrien a show]]. Then I had [[Series/TheTonightShow a different show]]. Now I have a [[http://twitter.com/ConanoBrien Twitter account]]."''
-->--'''Conan O'Brien'''[='s=] former bio statement on his {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} account.

Conan Christopher O'Brien (born April 18, 1963) is an American television host, comedian, and television producer. After writing for several comedy shows in Los Angeles, he joined the former host writing staff of ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' following ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''. O'Brien was a writer and producer for ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' for two seasons until he was commissioned by Creator/{{NBC}} to take over Creator/DavidLetterman's departure. He then hosted ''TheTonightShow'' position as host of ''Series/LateNight'' in 1993. O'Brien being a virtual unknown to the public, the initial tenure of ''Series/LateNightWithConanOBrien'' received unfavorable reviews and remained on a multiweek renewal cycle during its early years. The show generally improved over time and was highly regarded by the time of his departure in 2009. Afterwards, O'Brien relocated from New York to Los Angeles to host his own incarnation of ''Series/TheTonightShow'' after the departure of Jay Leno.Creator/JayLeno. The ratings for Leno's new show weren't stellar, but NBC was okay with it until local affiliates cried foul when their local news programmes suffered consequent ratings drops, leading NBC to cancel Leno's new show, and then try to fit Jay, Conan, and Jimmy Fallon into their late night line up when Leno still wanted a job at the end of the day. Conan said it would ruin the institution of ''The Tonight Show'' for the show to go into the next day (an inevitable result of cramming three comedians into less than three hours), and was ultimately let go from his contract (with $45 million mind you...) and Leno took back his old time slot. Regardless of whose side you were on, it's pretty universally accepted that NBC [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed up big]]. Go to AdoredByTheNetwork to see a few more details of this debacle.



''[[strike:Conaw]] Series/{{Conan}}.''

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''[[strike:Conaw]] Series/{{Conan}}.''Series/{{Conan}}.''



** Credited as sole writer on three episodes: "Homer Goes to College"[[note]]season five episode where Homer is forced to go to college after failing a competency test at work[[/note]], "Marge vs. the Monorail"[[note]]the famous season four episode where Mr. Burns' $3 million fine for disposing toxic waste in a public park gets spent on a poorly-constructed monorail pitched by a musical conman[[/note]] and "New Kid on the Block"[[note]]season four episode where Bart falls for a new neighbor's teenage daughter and Homer sues a seafood restaurant for not getting his fill at the all-you-can-eat buffet[[/note]]. He also wrote the ''Series/NightGallery''-esque wraparounds for "Treehouse of Horror IV" and contributed to several other scripts

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** Credited as sole writer on three episodes: "Homer Goes to College"[[note]]season five episode where Homer is forced to go to college after failing a competency test at work[[/note]], "Marge vs. the Monorail"[[note]]the famous season four episode where Mr. Burns' $3 million fine for disposing toxic waste in a public park gets spent on a poorly-constructed monorail pitched by a musical conman[[/note]] and "New Kid on the Block"[[note]]season four episode where Bart falls for a new neighbor's teenage daughter and Homer sues a seafood restaurant for not getting his fill at the all-you-can-eat buffet[[/note]]. He also wrote the ''Series/NightGallery''-esque wraparounds for "Treehouse of Horror IV" and contributed to several other scriptsscripts.



* ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' (1993-2009)
* ''TheTonightShow With Conan O'Brien'' (2009-2010)

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* ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' ''Series/LateNightWithConanOBrien'' (1993-2009)
* ''TheTonightShow With ''Series/TheTonightShow with Conan O'Brien'' (2009-2010)



* The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour (2010)
* As well as a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRdpC1jtZE0 documentary]] about the tour: ''Conan O'Brien Can't Stop''.

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* The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour (2010)
* As
(2010), as well as a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRdpC1jtZE0 documentary]] about the tour: ''Conan O'Brien Can't Stop''.



* The Riddler in ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' (2017)

Some [[{{Website/Cracked}} sources]] are convinced that [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/why-conan-should-work-for-cracked/ Conan would do well on the internet.]]

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* The Riddler ComicBook/TheRiddler in ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' (2017)

Some [[{{Website/Cracked}} [[Website/{{Cracked}} sources]] are convinced that [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/why-conan-should-work-for-cracked/ Conan would do well on the internet.]]
26th Feb '17 10:44:38 AM nombretomado
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* OddCouple: Conan and Martha Stewart, Conan and Creator/MrT picking apples together, Conan and Music/OzzyOsbourne cheering up NBC office workers, Conan drinking whiskey and firing automatic weapons with HunterSThompson, Conan and James Lipton...

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* OddCouple: Conan and Martha Stewart, Conan and Creator/MrT picking apples together, Conan and Music/OzzyOsbourne cheering up NBC office workers, Conan drinking whiskey and firing automatic weapons with HunterSThompson, Creator/HunterSThompson, Conan and James Lipton...
22nd Feb '17 12:15:54 AM gewunomox
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* TheBandMinusTheFace: During the ''Late Night'' era, the Max Weinberg Seven was often fronted by guitarist Jimmy Vivino and drummer James Wormworth while its namesake was touring with [[BruceSpringsteen the E Street Band]]. When Weinberg chose not to rejoin the group for the TBS show, it was rechristened "Jimmy Vivino and the Basic Cable Band".

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* TheBandMinusTheFace: During the ''Late Night'' era, the Max Weinberg Seven was often fronted by guitarist Jimmy Vivino and drummer James Wormworth while its namesake was touring with [[BruceSpringsteen [[Music/BruceSpringsteen the E Street Band]]. When Weinberg chose not to rejoin the group for the TBS show, it was rechristened "Jimmy Vivino and the Basic Cable Band".
15th Feb '17 8:02:41 AM 32_Footsteps
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* The Riddler in ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' (2017)
20th Dec '16 9:41:23 PM Xtifr
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'''Conan O'Brien''' (born April 18, 1963) is the former host of ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' following Creator/DavidLetterman's departure. He then hosted ''TheTonightShow'' after the departure of Jay Leno. The ratings for Leno's new show weren't stellar, but NBC was okay with it until local affiliates cried foul when their local news programmes suffered consequent ratings drops, leading NBC to cancel Leno's new show, and then try to fit Jay, Conan, and Jimmy Fallon into their late night line up when Leno still wanted a job at the end of the day. Conan said it would ruin the institution of ''The Tonight Show'' for the show to go into the next day (an inevitable result of cramming three comedians into less than three hours), and was ultimately let go from his contract (with $45 million mind you...) and Leno took back his old time slot. Regardless of whose side you were on, it's pretty universally accepted that NBC [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed up big]]. Go to AdoredByTheNetwork to see a few more details of this debacle.

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'''Conan O'Brien''' Conan O'Brien (born April 18, 1963) is the former host of ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' following Creator/DavidLetterman's departure. He then hosted ''TheTonightShow'' after the departure of Jay Leno. The ratings for Leno's new show weren't stellar, but NBC was okay with it until local affiliates cried foul when their local news programmes suffered consequent ratings drops, leading NBC to cancel Leno's new show, and then try to fit Jay, Conan, and Jimmy Fallon into their late night line up when Leno still wanted a job at the end of the day. Conan said it would ruin the institution of ''The Tonight Show'' for the show to go into the next day (an inevitable result of cramming three comedians into less than three hours), and was ultimately let go from his contract (with $45 million mind you...) and Leno took back his old time slot. Regardless of whose side you were on, it's pretty universally accepted that NBC [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed up big]]. Go to AdoredByTheNetwork to see a few more details of this debacle.
27th Jul '16 10:12:05 PM Doug86
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'''Conan O'Brien''' (born April 18, 1963) is the former host of ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' following DavidLetterman's departure. He then hosted ''TheTonightShow'' after the departure of Jay Leno. The ratings for Leno's new show weren't stellar, but NBC was okay with it until local affiliates cried foul when their local news programmes suffered consequent ratings drops, leading NBC to cancel Leno's new show, and then try to fit Jay, Conan, and Jimmy Fallon into their late night line up when Leno still wanted a job at the end of the day. Conan said it would ruin the institution of ''The Tonight Show'' for the show to go into the next day (an inevitable result of cramming three comedians into less than three hours), and was ultimately let go from his contract (with $45 million mind you...) and Leno took back his old time slot. Regardless of whose side you were on, it's pretty universally accepted that NBC [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed up big]]. Go to AdoredByTheNetwork to see a few more details of this debacle.

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'''Conan O'Brien''' (born April 18, 1963) is the former host of ''Series/LateNight With Conan O'Brien'' following DavidLetterman's Creator/DavidLetterman's departure. He then hosted ''TheTonightShow'' after the departure of Jay Leno. The ratings for Leno's new show weren't stellar, but NBC was okay with it until local affiliates cried foul when their local news programmes suffered consequent ratings drops, leading NBC to cancel Leno's new show, and then try to fit Jay, Conan, and Jimmy Fallon into their late night line up when Leno still wanted a job at the end of the day. Conan said it would ruin the institution of ''The Tonight Show'' for the show to go into the next day (an inevitable result of cramming three comedians into less than three hours), and was ultimately let go from his contract (with $45 million mind you...) and Leno took back his old time slot. Regardless of whose side you were on, it's pretty universally accepted that NBC [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed up big]]. Go to AdoredByTheNetwork to see a few more details of this debacle.



** On the NBC Studio Tour, upon arrival of Conan's old studio (also previously DavidLetterman's, currently Dr. Oz's), the studio page will say the former two "disappeared from the network".

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** On the NBC Studio Tour, upon arrival of Conan's old studio (also previously DavidLetterman's, Creator/DavidLetterman's, currently Dr. Oz's), the studio page will say the former two "disappeared from the network".
11th Jul '16 8:27:14 PM Doug86
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* Website/ChuckNorrisFacts: The "''WalkerTexasRanger'' '''''[[BigRedButton Lever"]]''''' skits were an [[TropeMaker inspiration]] for Website/ChuckNorrisFacts thanks to MemeticMutation. Thus placing Conan among the elite of Memedom, alongside such worthies as Angry Hitler, Dramatic Chipmunk, and the Masturbating Bear. The last of which also came from his show.

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* Website/ChuckNorrisFacts: The "''WalkerTexasRanger'' "''Series/WalkerTexasRanger'' '''''[[BigRedButton Lever"]]''''' skits were an [[TropeMaker inspiration]] for Website/ChuckNorrisFacts thanks to MemeticMutation. Thus placing Conan among the elite of Memedom, alongside such worthies as Angry Hitler, Dramatic Chipmunk, and the Masturbating Bear. The last of which also came from his show.
11th Jul '16 10:05:55 AM Morgenthaler
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** This act could qualify him as a RedHeadedHero.
15th Jun '16 7:19:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''The Harvard Lampoon'', editor (post-''BoredOfTheRings'')

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* ''The Harvard Lampoon'', editor (post-''BoredOfTheRings'')(post-''Literature/BoredOfTheRings'')
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