There is a lot going on today…Ugly Betty has low ratings, they’re doing The Bachelor All-Stars, and The Middle, Modern Family, and Cougar Town have all been renewed for a second season…but the only thing REALLY going on is the Conan drama. I’m sad for Conan, and I think he has every right to be mad.
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Keep on fighting the good fight Conan. You’re a good man!
Here are Flipit’s thoughts on the madness:
The Jay Leno Show was a huge gamble, and a huge loss. NBC is now trying to make everyone happy by inviting them all to the party. Problem is, there aren’t enough gift bags so they’re taking one crappy bag and dividing it among all the kids. Kids hate lame party favors. Personally, I think Jay had his chance and he boned it hard. He’s got like five hundred cars or something, right? He needs to do what Johnny Carson did when he left The Tonight Show. Golf. I say keep Conan where he is, if for nothing else than to see what he does with his bangs from season to season.
I just wish that Patricia Arquette had written a letter after Medium was cancelled. I’ll bet hers woulda been way scarier. “Nancy Regan came to me in my sleep and told me if you cancelled my show you would have ten years of shitty luck. Love Not, Patricia”.
Here’s a funny clip of Conan being interviewed by Zach Galifianakis:
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