Conan O'Brien truly outdid himself with his final show in New York City. He married a gay couple, hosted the return of Triumph The Insult Comic Dog and even had Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert drop by. Oh, and did we mention his guest was the one and only Louis C.K.?
C.K. is known for giving hilarious late night interviews where he basically tries out several minutes of new material instead of having a contrived conversation. In the interview highlight above, C.K. sounds off on something today's comedians are more than familiar with: Twitter.
Even though the microblogging site has become a unique outlet for comedians to post jokes, C.K. isn't all that impressed. While he himself has many followers, he chooses not to follow anyone, and actually gets a lot of flak for it. According to him, even Jesus himself couldn't tear people away from their phones or stop them from Twitpic-ing the rapture.
Be sure to watch the full interview below, where C.K. talks about getting his start on "Late Night" with Conan and how he got starstruck after seeing George W. Bush.
WATCH: The full interview
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