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VIDEO: Conan O'Brien's Opening Tour Show a Success!

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Apr. 13 2010, Published 9:23 a.m. ET

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Last night Conan O'Brien kicked off his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour in Eugene, Ore. in front of a crowd of 2,500 fans. The entertaining show Conan put on for fans was part musical and part late-night variety show.

"You may have heard: I got a new job," he told the crowd, via MTV News, joking he would be assistant manager at Banana Republic. "I'll be in the corduroy section."

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Conan's tour launched the same day his new TV late night spot on TBS was annouced.

The ginger comedian did most of did most of his NBC jabs in a Doctor Evil-like character, according to MTV.

He wore gaudy outfits, belted out his own version of I Will Survive and was joined by several guests on the first stop of his 32-city nation-wide tour.

Conan Tweeted about his move to TBS yesterday, writing: “The good news: I will be doing a show on TBS starting in November! The bad news: I’ll be playing Rudy on the all new Cosby Show.”

His show — a name has not been announced yet — will air at 11 p.m. pushing George Lopez's late night gig, Lopez Tonight to midnight.

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George seems very happy about Conan's addition to the TBS late night family and told his studio audience last night he was "100% on board" with his new late night companion.

"We'll have the best hair on late night," George quipped.

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