Conan O’Brien Predicts the Future of Comedy

Conan O’Brien wrote a delightful piece for Judd Apatow’s comedy issue of Vanity Fair about the comedy world causing the apocalypse in the year 2035. It’s just one of many, many great pieces in the issue, some of which are available online now, including Mike Nichols and Elaine May reunited for their first joint interview since the ’60s, an interview Apatow did with Albert Brooks (excerpted here), former SNL writer Bruce McCall’s take on Canadian humor, and James Wolcott’s piece about the growing similarity between modern British and American humor. Click on over to Vanity Fair and say goodbye to the next several hours of your life.

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