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Talk Shows

I like to watch talk shows because they are often times funny. Jimmy Kimmel Live and Late Night with Conan O'Brien are the best talk shows. I used to like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, but now it isn't funny anymore.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

Late Night with Conan O'Brien

Conan Turns 10

Late Night with Conan O'Brien's 10th anniversary is coming this fall. Late Night debut September 13, 1993 and it will be on 10 years this September 13th (do the math). The Anniversary Special will be taped on September 12th so it will probably air on the 13th.
Referred to as "the most cunning talk show around" by "Entertainment Weekly," In addition to dominating the ratings in its time period, every aspect of "Late Night" has been praised in the media, from Conan himself ("modest, wry, self-effacing and demonstrably the most intelligent of the late-night comics," "The Washington Post") and the show's comedy ("original and often breathtakingly silly," said the "New York Daily News"), to the Max Weinberg Seven ("the best band in late-night TV," said "The Washington Post").
You can see great comedy sketches such as "In The Year 2000", "If They Mated", and "Celebrity Secrets." And many recurring comedy bits and characters including "Triumph the Insult Comic Dog," "Pimpbot 5000" and "The Masturbating Bear" have been popular on the show. And in the beginning there where two, I'm talking about Conan and Andy Richter. Andy Richter was awesome; he was on Late Night for the first seven years before he left May 26, 2000. There are over 1760 episodes of Late Night, that is a lot, and there is no end in sight.

The New Tom Green Show

The Tom Green Show is coming back, but it is different this time. Now it is a talk show with guests and a co-host, Glenn Humplik. It features celebrity interviews, comedy routines, topical sketches and a glimpse inside the maniacal mind of Tom Green. Tom Green started out on MTV and if it wasn't for MTV he would probably still live in Canada.

Talk Shows