Conan O'Brien gets a job offer from 'Sons of Anarchy'
"Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter has offered the beleaguered "Tonight Show" host a place on his show. Sutter wrote on his blog Thursday night (Jan. 14) that O'Brien has an "open invitation" to appear on the series.
"I know appearing in a dramatic role on cable television is probably the last thing you'd ever want to do, but I want you to know that you have an open invitation on my show, 'Sons of Anarchy,'" Sutter writes. "We have an IRA story line that will continue to play out this coming season, and I could use a bad-ass O'Brien on my team. Guns, blood, fist fights -- you could really work some s**t out. Think about it."
Sutter says he's been a fan of O'Brien for some time now: "From your first anxious, awkward night to your current state of highly-refined awkwardness, I've enjoyed and admired your humor and originality.
"I have no doubt you'll land on your feet, wavy red hair intact."
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