It’s the end of the show song, the part isn’t ever on TV.

Tonight is Conan O’Brien’s last show as the host of the Tonight Show after just seven months of being on the air. But everyone knows that.

I’ve been watching Conan on-and-off since I was in middle school, and it really hurts to see him pulled in such a haphazard manner. Given that a good portion of my viewing diet is composed of anime series with set run-times, seeing a show I’ve  been watching for a good seven years get knocked off the air–and for stupid reasons–makes me feel a little down.

I won’t be able to watch his last show live as I don’t own a TV, but I’ll be sure to catch it on Hulu. Conan is undoubtedly one of the funniest entertainers out there, and I hope the same show he’s been putting on for nearly twenty years finds its way unharmed to another network.

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7 Responses to It’s the end of the show song, the part isn’t ever on TV.

  1. roast-beefy says:

    Fuck NBC. In the butt. THE BUTT.

    Assholes.

  2. Kairu says:

    YOU DON’T OWN A TV!? Oh God if I were you, I would die now.

    Yeah, FUCK NBC.

  3. Glo says:

    I agree, Conan is probably my favorite late night tv show host. And by probably, I mean he’s the only one I’ll watch. Everyone else can blow me.

    This just gives me one more reason to hate NBC, which has always been the shittiest station after Seinfeld left. In fact, I’ll go ahead and say that Seinfeld was the only good show ever on NBC. Friends was pretty funny at times too I guess.

    Conan O’Brien is awesome, and will get another host job in no time.

  4. Glo says:

    I also love how Conan has been ripping NBC a new one on his final shows, which are ON NBC. It’s awesome.

  5. Joe says:

    see you space cowboy…

  6. Cadha13 says:

    NBC does not know a good show when they have it, the canceled Star Trek! This just follows how executives don’t really know what their audience wants.

    Que sera! sera!, Cornando!

  7. roast-beefy says:

    >In fact, I’ll go ahead and say that Seinfeld was the only good show ever on NBC

    Well that’s just fucking ridiculous.