Late Night with Conan O'Brien

Season 14 Episode 2369

Christina Ricci, Alan Cumming, Joshua Radin

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Aired Weekdays 12:35 AM Feb 16, 2007 on NBC

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    • Conan: Yesterday at a karaoke bar in South Korea, a woman set a new world record by singing karaoke for 59 hours straight. I'm sorry to report that there were no survivors.

    • Conan Hates My Homeland

      Slovakia: In 1993, Czechoslovakia was split into two separate parts: Slovakia and the good part.

      Somalia: Plagued by decades of civil war - c'mon guys! There's plenty of rubble for everyone

      Spain: Five hundred years ago you were a global super-power. Now you're not. That's strange. Oh well, time for another four hour nap.

      Sweden: Your contributions to the world: crappy furniture and Stockholm syndrome.

      Syria: We haven't bombed you yet. Still, I'd hold off on any major construction projects.

    • Conan: Its been a while since you busted out the funk Max.
      Max: Yes, I work up to it every once and a while.
      Conan: Yeah, I like the way you say it: "Yes, yes, well occasionally I do like to unveil said funk."

    • Conan: This weekend, Paris Hilton is planning on celebrating her twenty-sixth birthday with a party in Las Vegas. Members of the press aren't invited because what happens in Paris stays in Paris.

    • Conan: Archaeologists in Greece have discovered an ancient theater that is two thousand five hundred years old. Archaeologists say the theater was the original location of Larry King Live.

    • Conan: President Bush gave a speech honoring Black History Month. There was an awkward moment when he ended his speech saying, "I look forward to seeing all of you again during Black Geography Month."

    • Conan: Yesterday Iraq's Prime Minister told President Bush there have been - this is a quote - "dazzling successes" in Iraq this week. When asked what they were, the Prime Minister said, "I saved fifteen percent on my car insurance by switching to Geico."

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