HOLLYWOOD - Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien, 46, was racing Teri Hatcher, 44, star of Desperate Housewives, on his show when she tripped him causing him to slip on the shiny, expensive, slippery Tonight Show stage.
O'Brien, who was not wearing a helmet at the time, did say that luckily he was wearing an athletic supporter so his winky-winky is just fine.
He was rushed to the brand new Lou Dobbs Hospital For U.S. Citizens, which conviently just happened to be next door to the NBC studios.
Dr. Yuta Tatsunimi, 54, examined the TV host and said that the redhead did sustain a second-degree injury to his cowlick.
The doctor stated that although he was able to save the cowlick, Mr. O'Brien will definitely be needing a cowlick transplant sometime in the not-too-distant future.
Dr. Tatsunimi said that regarding O'Brien's other faculties the jury is still out on that one. He did say that on the outside, the Tonight Show host appears to be normal.
But he did add that there is a bit of concern because it appears that Mr. O'Brien has completely forgotten the alphabet, he does not know who Jay Leno is, and he pees without going to the men's room.
O'Brien's attorney Alex Chayefsky (which is pronounced Chia-Pet) said that he is presently drawing up the lawsuit papers against Ms. Hatcher. He noted that Ms. Hatcher has a history of tripping people going back to the time when she was dating American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.
Seacrest was reached at his $2.2 million Malibu Beach house and asked about Ms. Hatcher's affliction to tripping people.
Ryan said that he did not really want to talk about it, as it would stir up horrible memories, which would cause him to shed tears, and in turn it would mess up his makeup something awful.
The hospital has issued a press release stating that The Tonight Show host should be released in time for Sweeps Week. In the meantime, NBC executives have asked famed California socialite Paris Hilton to fill in as guest host.
Paris's first guests will include Chaz Bono, Senator John McCain, The Muppet's, and Rev. Al Sharpton.