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Conan O’Brien’s Newest Plan To Save Fresno

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FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

You may remember last week, he offered to bring the Conan bobble-head to Fresno to help the city make money and avoid bankruptcy.

On his show Monday night, he sweetened the deal By offering to send two more things he calls "tourism magnets", the Conan O'Brien "Suicidal Cow" and the "Spice Girls Human Centipede."

Mayor Ashley Swearengin did send this statement to KMPH News about Conan's latest offer: "As always, we appreciate Mr. O'Brien for thinking of us in Fresno. While his offer of the suicidal cow and the Spice Girls human centipede is quite generous, I think we will stick to good 'ole fashion budget balancing tactics like reducing expenses and being a business friendly city to support economic development. I will continue to cheer on the community's efforts to bring the Conan bobble-head to Fresno."

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