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    piggie8

    [41]Oct 7, 2006
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    LOL, I never thought of that. I'd LOVE Mo Rocca to be on there. Sooooooo great....
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    ANT890

    [42]Nov 8, 2006
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    Craig Ferguson is ok, I watch him particulary becuase of his aaccent. AS I said in a rating before, folks will get tired of the repeat stuff though every single night. Alos, I like the bands on a late show, and he doesnt have one.Presonally, Cedric deserves his own talk show, and Late night may just be his spot. Martin LAwrence I think is a little off for the position. Paula Abdul maybe could fill the position as a woman, MAYBE. Aren't too many black people out there who can fill the position. Now Dave Chapelle could, but I dont he would take the offer. Tracy Morgan, a little too crazy. Mark Curry, I dont think he wants to host a late night show, although he could.

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    metallicasbaby

    [43]Dec 5, 2006
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    I think Craig Ferguson should replace Conan. Definetly not Letterman, he sucks.
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    Hertz-van-Quish

    [44]Dec 9, 2006
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    codydoooo wrote:
    TVT0PIA wrote:
    codydoooo wrote:
    TVT0PIA wrote:
    Personally I can't really think of anyone who can replace the King of Late Nite, but.........Triumph the Insult Comic Dog could have a run at it. If you have a different idea reply.


    Bah, who says hes the king of Late Night, soon Craig Ferguson shall take over, and dominate his time slot, 12:37 at night! muahaha!

    Who the hell is Craig Ferguson!?!


    Hes the new guy in late night, he follows Dave Letterman on CBS


    He also was Nigel Wick in The Drew Carey Show , he was Drew's boss.
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    Hertz-van-Quish

    [45]Dec 9, 2006
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    Personally I always wanted to see how Andrew Dice Clay would handle his guests if he were to be a talk show host. Seriously , wouldnt you like to see his reaction if someone like Clay Aiken would put his hand over his mouth? But I seriously doubt any channels would take that risk , unlimited possibilities of lawsuits.
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    piggie8

    [46]Dec 27, 2006
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    What about Jimmy Fallon?

    Edited on 12/27/2006 11:59pm
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    burgoonster

    [47]Jan 2, 2007
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    I Don't Watch Him
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    Fettucine1980

    [48]Jan 10, 2007
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    How's this idea from left field - Ricky Gervais? I recently saw his UK interviews with Larry David and Christopher Guest - Both were funny and interesting. Unfortunately the Shandling interview was terrible but hopefully he'll learn from that.
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    Edge77

    [49]Jan 10, 2007
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    That's an excellent idea. Can't see it happening though. Maybe if there's a gap before the official hand-over Gervais could be one of the fill in hosts.
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    Reid0

    [50]Jan 11, 2007
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    Conan might have a say in it himself given that his company produces Late Night with Lorne Michaels. Lorne may choose another SNL employee like he did with Conan.
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    missjess00

    [51]Jan 11, 2007
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    they should pick someone young (and preferably cute) with potential and give them heaps of time to develop. That's what late night should be about. I've heard people say that Conan wasn't very good to begin with and look how good he is now.
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    mrart2

    [52]Jan 11, 2007
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    Maybe they should look oversees for someone
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    Fettucine1980

    [53]Jan 11, 2007
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    Hopefully they take a risky option, but I can't see it happening because Ferguson will have the experience and upper hand which would concern NBC.
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    thechaoticrose

    [54]Feb 3, 2007
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    Conanfan1 wrote:
    Dane Cook!


    That's what I was going to say and then I realized that he probably couldn't sit still for that long.
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    thechaoticrose

    [55]Feb 3, 2007
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    piggie8 wrote:
    LOL, I never thought of that. I'd LOVE Mo Rocca to be on there. Sooooooo great....


    Mo Rocca would be a good replacement, he can keep a stright face too.
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    daredsox04

    [56]Oct 11, 2007
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    Dane Cook would be a disaster. He's terrible.

    Heres who I think would be good:

    Ed Helms, Rob Corrdry, Jim Gaffigan, Demetri Martin, Patton Oswalt, Doug Benson, Paul F Thompkins, Lewis Black, Louis CK, John Hodgeman, John Oliver, Seth Meyers, anyone from Human Giant, Paul Rudd. There are others Im sure Im forgetting

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    terrydelph

    [57]Oct 23, 2007
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    Craig Kilborn
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    Tinotank

    [59]Nov 11, 2007
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    I think Frank Caliendo would be a new twist and perfect replacement for Conan. I would stop watching Late Night if rumors come true and Jimmy Fallon ends up hosting the show.
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    BrainiacMM

    [60]Apr 3, 2008
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    Tom green! His late night show is awesome, I truely enjoy the web o vision! You can veiw many of his shows on tomgreens site.

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