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