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Quoted: Conan O'Brien on fortune, good and bad

By The Reliable Source

Conan's older, wiser, richer, bearded---and not too bitter about the NBC mess. (AP Photo/TBS, Art Streiber)



"The entertainment business has an amazing way of turning really lucky people into bitter, angry, rage-filled, jealous, resentful wretches who can't believe they got screwed."

-- Conan O'Brien in the new issue of Playboy. The late-night host, whose new show debuts Monday on TBS, says he's been "incredibly fortunate" and his time at NBC was "overwhelmingly positive" until the whole Jay Leno mess. Then again, not everyone walks away with a $45 million severance deal.

By The Reliable Source  | November 8, 2010; 1:01 AM ET
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"bitter, angry, rage-filled, jealous, resentful wretches " Yep, add no talent and that pretty much sums up Conan!

Posted by: SoCali | November 8, 2010 10:29 AM | Report abuse

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