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Brian Kiley

Brian Kiley, head monologue writer for Conan O'Brien, has published his second novel,Maybe Kevin(HumorOutcasts Press). He's also the author ofThe Astounding Misadventures of Rory Collins.

He has been nominated for 16 Emmy Awards. In 2007, he won an Emmy Award for Writing in a Comedy/Variety Series.For 25 years, he's written for Conan O'Brien.

In addition, he's appeared numerous times on "Late Show with David Letterman," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "The Tonight Show." He's been featured in his own Comedy Central half-hour special, and his jokes have appeared inReader's Digest, Prevention MagazineandGQ.Much to his surprise, he was even featured inThe New York TimesSunday crossword puzzle. (He has never completed said puzzle.) He regularly performs stand up at clubs in LA.

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Where do y'all wanna go eat?

Life with daughters is full of important questions.  What's the best way to provide for their education?  How can we ensure that they grow up with a solid moral compass? How can we keep them from dating until my first hip replacement?  While finding the answers to these inquiries is vital to the successful rearing of girl children, the most frequent, urgent and fraught question of all in my household revolves around where we are going out to eat next. Some people might cons ...
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Date night at the diner

When it comes to life in the fast lane, my wife, Sue, and I are on the side of the road with a flat tire. That's why we can't make it to the airport to fly to some exotic locale like the Greek islands. But on a recent Saturday night, we did the next best thing and drove to the hottest spot in a city that never wakes: the diner. This one is owned by a very nice guy named Gus, who was born in Greece. "Tell me when you want to go and I'll tell you where to go," Gus said. "People are always t ...
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