I’m in a Conan mood. Let’s do some Conan. Here were my favorite monologue jokes from last night’s Conan:
Yesterday on The View, Dick Cheney was on, and he said he doesn’t have a problem with gay marriage. Then he brought out Donald Rumsfeld and made a very special announcement.
Today Scarlett Johansson contacted the FBI after several naked pictures of her were hacked from her phone. The FBI said they are determined to find the hacker, and even more determined to find the pictures.
The government has announced it’s going to step up its testing of beef thought to contain e coli. They’re going to start their search with Taco Bell’s all new E Colito Grande.
The desk segment was interviewing the former Burger King mascot for a job. It was lame. But the cow clip above should make up for that.
Tyra Banks was the first couch guest. She is the host of the reality show American’s Next Top Model. The interview was entertaining. Tyra did a fine job as a guest, but I think most of the credit for the success of this segment belongs to Conan. Tyra smiled and laughed, but she never looked relaxed. Conan, on the other hand, was loose, wild and funny. The second half of the interview shows this very well. I wish I could post a clip of just that part. I don’t though, and it’s not worth posting the entire interview.
Glenn Howerton was the second couch guest. He is on the show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The interview was good. Glenn was funny, relaxed, charismatic, interesting and really looked like he was having a good time. I think the interview is worth watching:
The Sklar Brothers were the stand-up guests. They were ok. It felt like their routine should have been funnier, but the audience just wasn’t into them.
Decent show. I give it: