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Artie Lange: Latenight prophet!

Just before Conan came to Los Angeles, Artie Lange — of the Howard Stern radio show — told Conan it would be a “bad move” to host “The Tonight Show.” He said he would’ve rooted for “the bobblehead Leno” to stay longer and Conan could’ve walked away with $40 million.

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    Just before Conan came to Los Angeles, Artie Lange — of the Howard Stern radio show — told Conan it would be a “bad move” to host “The Tonight Show.” He said he would’ve rooted for “the bobblehead Leno” to stay longer and Conan could’ve walked away with $40 million.

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