Conan’s SAT Analogies

‘Late Night’ host Conan O’Brien had a skit to help out high school viewers prepare for the dreaded SAT exams by preparing SAT analogies on Thursday night. Conan joked, “Federal prosecutor is to ‘I’m trying someone named Scooter’ as is to ‘That’s right, what a coincidence, I’m also trying someone named Scooter’. … Thomas Jefferson is to has face on the $2 bill, as is to paid $2 to put face under guy named Bill.”

Michael Jackson’s Financial Woes Worsen

November 12, 2005 – Roger Friedman of reports that while Michael continues to live off the Prince of Bahrain, his situation at home is very bad. Financial insiders tell Friedman that the King of Pop has stopped paying many of his insurance premiums. Now word from within the Jackson camp on the West Coast is that Jackson has run out of money for the remainder of this year. Read more.

Jacko Won’t Live In America Again

November 11, 2005 – Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue on Thursday night, “This is big news. Michael Jackson’s father says that Michael will never again live in the United States and instead he’s going live in the Middle East. Yeah. So take that, terrorists! ‘No, no, no, we give up no, not Michael, no! He’s crazy! He’s weird’.”

Jacko Leaving America

November 11, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Thursday night, “Michael Jackson’s father says Michael Jackson probably will never come back to live in the United States again. Yeah. So, kids, it’s safe, you can come out now!”

Clay Aiken Working On New Album

November 6, 2005 – Leslie Katz of Inside Bay Area caught up with Clay Aiken for a 10-minute phone chat and asked the season two ‘American Idol’ runner-up if he’s been working on any new material. “We’ve been working on quite a bit, slipping in what we can slip in (with the busy tour schedule),” he responded. “There was so little time to do the last CD. I’ve been able to collect a lot of stuff and now we’re looking at the problem of what kind of new album to put out – it could be Mexican folk songs.”

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