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O'Brien: "I May Soon Be Available for Children's Parties"

Conan O'Brien

After informing NBC he won't do The Tonight Show a half-hour later, Conan O'Brien kicked off Tuesday's show with: "Hello there, my name is Conan O'Brien, and I may soon be available for children's parties."

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O'Brien then suggested his network's new slogan is, "No longer just screwing up prime time."

Leno doesn't address Conan's statement in monologue

"When I was a little boy, I remember watching The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and thinking, 'Someday, I'm going ...
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Leno Doesn't Address Conan's Statement in Monologue

Jay Leno

Jay Leno apparently decided against addressing Conan O'Brien's refusal to move The Tonight Show back a half-hour and follow Leno's return to 11:35 p.m.

Unlike on Monday, he... read more

Letterman's Monologue: "I Knocked Off Another Competitor"

David Letterman

David Letterman fired a few shots across the bow over NBC's late-night upheaval, even harkening back to when he was famously passed over as Johnny Carson's successor on The Tonight Show.

"Things are getting interesting in late-night television," the host of CBS' Late Show with David Letterman said in his opening monologue. "Chaos and craziness and mayhem — a couple of minutes ago... read more

O'Brien, Leno Keep Up Their Monologue Jabs at NBC

Conan O'Brien

Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien came out swinging again at NBC in their monologues Monday night, each sounding like seriously disgruntled employees.

Even before The Tonight Show began, O'Brien joked in a promo: "It's an amazing show, airing who knows when?"

He got a long, rousing round of applause when he walked out to start the show and tried to quell the crowd by wisecracking: read more

Jeff Probst Offers Glimpse of Upcoming “Heroes vs. Villains” Edition of Survivor

Survivor

No, it's not Apocalypse Now. It's the 20th edition of Survivor — although you might have thought twice as host Jeff Probst teased the upcoming "Heroes vs. Villains" competition during the People's Choice Awards.  

The clip he introduced showed... read more

C-SPAN Seeks Congressional OK to Televise Final Talks on Health-Care Bill

Barack Obama, Brian Lamb

Barack Obama made a campaign promise in January 2008 that a debate on health care legislation would include "bringing all parties together, and broadcasting those egotiations on C-SPAN so that the American people can see what the choices are."

Now C-SPAN is seeking permission to offer live TV coverage of the final discussions over the health-care bill.

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Police Reel In Bank Robbery Suspect Who Appeared on Deadliest Catch

Joshua Tel Warner

A man who appeared on Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch has been arrested on a warrant charging him with three bank robberies in Oregon, according to The Associated Press.

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Prosecutors Oppose Lifting of Restraining Order Against Sheen

Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller

Prosecutors have filed a motion to oppose dismissal of a restraining order against Charlie Sheen, according to The Associated Press.

Lawyers: Sheen and wife want to reconcile

Lawyers for both Sheen and his wife, Brooke, say they want the order lifted so the couple can try to reconcile. Sheen is accused of putting a knife to his wife's throat and threatening to kill her. The order bars him from contacting her.

Assistant District Attorney Arnold Mordkin would not say why he filed the motion, and it's unclear when a judge will rule... read more

Kim Kardashian Gets Sultry in Hot New Commercial

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian wants to sex you up — and salad you up.

The 29-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is featured in a new commercial for Carl's Jr. that starts airing this week.

"I'm such a neat freak. Everything's got to be clean, crisp and tasty. And while the best things in life are messy, it's fun to get clean," she says in the commercial, eating in bed in some curve-hugging lingerie then... read more

No Signs of Foul Play Indicated In Brittany Murphy Autopsy

Brittany Murphy

Brittany Murphy's autopsy showed no signs of foul play nor did it immediately reveal a cause of death, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The Los Angeles County coroner's office intends to wait for a toxicology report as well as a study of her organs and brain before making any determinations. The coroner also hopes... read more

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