Conan O’Brien and Alec Baldwin Raise the N.Y.C. vs. L.A. Debate

That Conan O’Brien will soon relocate from New York City to Los Angeles to take over Jay Leno’s chair on The Tonight Show would, in itself, be an interesting subject for Los Angeles Metblogs.  But last night, Conan, with guest Alec Baldwin, also touched on a Metbloggy sore point subject by raising the N.Y.C. vs. L.A. comparison.  The discussion takes place in part 1 of the video (h/t to The Huffington Post).

O’Brien and Baldwin are the perfect pair to discuss the New York City/Los Angeles comparison.  While O’Brien is on his way from N.Y.C. to L.A., Baldwin, who grew up in New York and has spent much of his adult life making movies in Los Angeles, is now back in New York working on the “30 Rock” television program.

If you watch to the end of part 2, you’ll get another East Coast/West Coast bonus, straight from New Jersey.

2 thoughts on “Conan O’Brien and Alec Baldwin Raise the N.Y.C. vs. L.A. Debate”

  1. Conan should be held to task as he made a point that it wasn’t his decision to make the move to Los Angeles. Don’t be a hater, Conan! C’mon out and get a tan!

  2. @David — I agree. “It wasn’t my call.” Really? Obviously, it was his choice to take “The Tonight Show” job. Yeah, he could use a tan and maybe a responsibility injection.

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