Jackie Mason | March 21, 2002
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Matthew Preston | March 21, 2002
ohmygod ohmygod ohmygod ohmygod.

Yeah I watched it! Are you actually saying that you like Andy Richter? I can honestly say that you are one of two people (besides myself) who likes him. Well, I guess it's not really a matter of liking, moreso as actually knowing who he is. :-)

I have been a fan of The Conan O'brien show for a few years now and I actually planned an entire trip to New York just to see the show when I found out Andy was leaving.

Anyways, I thought the show was good and had a few laugh out loud moments. The story is about a writer living in Chicago and what goes on in his life and the people he knows. Andy works for a major corporation composing manuals for the products they make. The one he was working on in the show was a new torpedo for the government. He tells his story by often making things up and showing situations that didn't really happen but that could have happened. It adds a great deal of humor (especially when he shows up wearing a coat made of live puppies or talks about writing letters to amnesty international with friends).

Unfortunately it seems like one of those shows that won't make it too long. Ah well, I'll take what I can get while it's here.

Scott Hardie | March 21, 2002
Are you counting me as the other person? Andy Richter kicks fucking ass. My favorite Conan bit of all time is when Conan announces that Andy has booked some stand-up comedy routines on a local riverboat, and he sneaks aboard to watch the show, and Andy is ripping him to shreds to the laughs of the audience.

Jackie Mason | March 21, 2002
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