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The fourth time is the charm
In his monologue on Monday night, Conan O’Brien announced that in 11 years he would “liquidate” his late-night TBS show, with the final episode airing on June 24.
O’Brien said he was leaving to launch a “fourth iteration” of his HBO Max program later this year, and that his last two months at TBS would be dedicated to videos of his favorite moments and would include special guests. .
“I’m very proud of what we’ve accomplished here,” O’Brien said. “So, what I would like is, in the last few weeks, I would like to be happy to look back at all the absurd madness that my team and I have invented. Best of all, I just want to point out that there will be a shocking bit, if any, references to Donald Trump because it’s always been my favorite kind of comedy. “
The Punchiest Punchlines (Things Looking Up Edition)
“According to polls, the last time we were close to being optimistic was in 2006. I’m not surprised. Then Tom Hanks returned the mullet. ” “Jimmy Fallon.”
“That’s right, 64% are optimistic, while the other 36% have had a tough weekend in the Kentucky Derby.” “Jimmy Fallon.”
The bits that are worth watching
Roy Wood Jr. shared the story of Black royalty on Monday in the Daily Show.
What are we excited about on Tuesday night
Dr. Anthony Fauci will offer some updates on the coronavirus on Tuesday at Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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