Conan opened a twitter account yesterday and instantly has more than 250,000 followers.
His bio states: “I had a show. Then I had a different show. Now I have a Twitter account.”
Yes, that pretty much sums it up.
This twitter account coupled with the spike in ratings during the recent NBC late night meltdown really proves only one thing: America is more interested in this washed up celebrity’s bearded, anti-corporate-television rantings than in his actual television show.
Good luck CoCo. I for one do not feel badly for you at all, nor am I going to care that you are sitting in your Hollywood mansion crying your eyes out every morning in your huge cereal bowl.
But I’ll still follow you on twitter.
2 thoughts on “Conan’s On Twitter”
You forgot to link to his twitter account:
There, I fixed it.
Also, despite all the money one can have, having your dream ripped away from you still hurts.
Well, I wasn’t going to comment but now I will.
I think that there are way to many people out there who never regularly watched Conan’s late night show
(hello, his ratings were not very good people!) that are suddenly convinced that Jay/The Network ruined
his life. I agree that it’s not over for him, he’ll find his place. And I respect his comments on his
last show about optimism but the hard truth is that the Late Night was not for him and in the end he may
look back and realize that Jay/The Network saved him from utter failure and allowed him to do whatever-it-is
that’s around the corner.