Here were my favorite monologue jokes from last night’s Conan:
It was reported on Friday that Paula Deen fired her publicist. Yeah, her publicist is calling it “black Friday,” and I can’t repeat what Paula Deen is calling it.
The Republicans are already trying to paint Hillary Clinton as too old to be President. In fact, their new ad claims she’s so old she could be a Republican.
Judicial scholars are saying that the current Supreme Court has repeatedly come down on the side of bid business. When asked about it, Chief Justice Roberts said, “I’m loving it!”
The comedy segment was Fan Corrections. It was pretty goofy:
Armie Hammer was the first couch guest. He is one of the stars in the film The Lone Ranger. The interview was very good. Armie was down-to-earth, charismatic and told some amusing stories. He came across as a really likeable guy. The first two-thirds of the interview are worth checking out:
Angie Harmon was the second couch guest. She co-stars of the show Rizzoli & Isles. The interview was great. Angie was fun, had a wonderful sense of humor and was a good sport with all of Conan’s flirting. Seriously, Conan was going hilariously nuts and Angie was very cool about it. Here’s the interview:
Brent Morin was the stand-up guest. He was entertaining enough to recommend watching:
I’m going to go ahead and lean towards this being a flawless show. I give it: