Conan OK after stunt goes wrong
LOS ANGELES - Conan O'Brien was expected to be back on the job Monday after hitting his head during a 'Tonight Show' stunt.
'Conan is resting comfortably at home. He is expected to return to work on Monday,' NBC said in a statement Saturday.
The accident Friday halted production of 'Tonight,' NBC said. The network did not say what the stunt entailed.
O'Brien was examined at a hospital Friday and was released, although the network didn't say when.
A 'Tonight' rerun with guest Jeremy Piven aired Friday. According to NBC's Web site, the scheduled show was supposed to include actress Teri Hatcher and Seth McFarlane ('Family Guy,' 'The Cleveland Show'). Actress Drew Barrymore and jockey Joe Talamo were the scheduled guests for Monday.
Seth Rogen becomes writer for 'Simpsons'
LOS ANGELES - Seth Rogen has fulfilled a dream, and he's not talking about starring in the box-office hit 'Knocked Up' or playing a superhero in the upcoming 'The Green Hornet.'
Rogen co-wrote an episode of 'The Simpsons' and lends his voice to a character in the episode that airs 8 p.m. today, kicking off the Fox show's 21st season. He's only the second visiting celebrity to both write and act, following in the 2006 footsteps of Ricky Gervais.
'As a writer, it always just seemed like the Holy Grail,' Rogen said of the animated series. 'I can die a happy man now.'
Tupac's mother gives his writing for research
ATLANTA - Tupac Shakur's mother has donated a collection of the rapper's writing to the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Atlanta University Center.
Afeni Shakur has handed over more than 150 of her son's items, ranging from rough drafts of lyrics and poems to a photocopy of his contract with Suge Knight and Death Row Records.
The rapper's collection will be part of the archives at the library on the campus of the Atlanta University Center, which comprises the historically black universities of Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University and the Morehouse School of Medicine.