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Speidi vs. Conan: The Pain Is Brought'un


Sarah Palin isn't the only reprehensible idiot out pushing a book this week: As blogged previously, Spencer & Heidi Pratt also have a genius literary tome to sell. Suddenly, Palin doesn't seem so bad. ---

Last night on The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien, Speidi did their best to sell themselves to America--and by sell, I mean force innocent viewers to endure one of the most painful TV interview segments that includes neither Kanye West or Jay Leno.

Here's Conan (and Seth Green, clearly loving this shit) putting forth little effort for maximum gain in the planet's latest small victory against the Forces of CelebDouche Evil (two clips):