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David Anderson, Conan O'Brien and the String Dance

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I love Conan O'Brien. He's one seriously funny dude. But I don't get to watch him often, mainly because I'm an old dude with a day job. That said, I thought Houston Texans wide receiver David Anderson's touchdown dance on Sunday looked kind of familiar.

Now courtesy of YouTube, I know why. It's Conan's string dance.

CBS announcers Gus Johnson and Steve Tasker were thrown for a loop. Then again, I'm guessing that's because, working for CBS, they watch Craig Ferguson instead of Conan.

Now, if Anderson scores a TD this weekend, it will be interesting to see if he adds the new nipple portion of the dance to his routine. -- John Royal

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