Series Creator Hart Hanson Wants Conan O'Brien on 'Bones'
Series Creator Hart Hanson Wants Conan O'Brien on 'Bones'
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Not surprisingly, everyone wants a piece of Conan O' Brien. The short-lived host of The Tonight Show, who was recently embroiled in the NBC-Jay Leno controversy, is now a hot commodity as more and more TV shows are showing interest in hiring the 46-year-old comedian. 

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"I would like Conan [O'Brien] to come and write on the show," Bones series creator Hart Hanson tell Zap2it.com.

Though Bones is a crime procedural series, the idea of O'Brien working on Bones doesn't really seem that far-fetched. After all, word on the street is that FOX is developing a late night show for O'Brien as soon as his NBC contract is up this fall.

Of course, Hanson isn't also ruling out a possible cameo.

"Maybe we could find the world's tallest skeleton," the Bones producer said. "Flash back to [it being] Conan... His entire body was oppositely scalped. The only thing left is the [red] hair."

Meanwhile, Hanson isn't the only producer who wants O'Brien on his show. Kurt Sutter, the brains behind FX's Sons of Anarchy, has also revealed last month that he would love to have O'Brien play a part in an IRA storyline for season 3. You can learn more about Sutter's invitation to O'Brien here.



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