When the whole Jay Leno-Conan O'Brien thing happened a couple years back, I was interested. But not because I loved Conan.I thought he was OK, and his show was OK, too.
And considering almost 100 million households in the country COULD watch Conan -- and usually about a million do (not huge numbers, but still), it wasn't a big deal.
The second in a series.
Martin Short and Kevin Nealon with special guest, and original SNL writer, Alan Zweibel will headline Laughfest's "ALive in Grand Rapids! It's Saturday Night" This special fundraising event is a unique SNL themed evening which includes dinner, a one-of-a-kind live show as well as many unexpected surprises – with all proceeds benefiting Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids.