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Conan O'Brien: No Coco for You

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Since he can't appear on TV, Conan O'Brien--he hosted The Tonight Show for five minutes, if you and NBC needed a reminder--is embarking on a 30-city stage tour with sidekick Andy Richter and other former members of his Late Night/Tonight Show crew. "I'm headed to your town on a half-assed comedy and music tour," O'Brien says. Just not your town. ---

"The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour" isn't coming to Utah; the nearest-by stops are Reno, Las Vegas and Phoenix. If you're planning a road trip, best hurry--tickets, priced around $40, are going fast thanks to the Interwebs and Twitter. Currently, the tour is scheduled to run from April through June, so there's sure to be plenty of bootleg footage showing up on YouTube all spring.

Until then, enjoy this clip of Richter (who is not legally bound to stay off TV) pissing all over NBC while guest-hosting Live With Regis & Kelly recently. Also, while O'Brien is "Legally Prohibited" from being funny on television, what's stopping Leno? Yes, I'll always take a shot where I can ...