Julie Bowen’s Toddler Did What? The Conan Interview You Missed

Last night’s Conan O’Brien interview with Julie Bowen is simply priceless. Not only does the actress admit that one of her children is “not the brightest” but she goes on to refer to them as “the fat one” and “the skinny one”. Conan -being Conan – jumps in and begs the actress to use their proper names! My goodness!

During their time together on camera, Julie admitted that while doing laundry “the smart one had gotten the fat cute one in the dryer — I don’t know how!”. What was Julie’s first instinct? Run and grab the camera! Conan couldn’t believe it:

“That’s your first instinct, is get a picture? A dryer is an oven that moves! You get Fatty out!”

Watch the video to see for yourself.

Comments

  1. Ninni says

    Haha that was completely hilarious. Love it. I’m relatively sure if she really was a “bad” mom or didn’t love her children to bits she’d be more careful with her words. I laughed right through the interview.

  2. Seriously??? says

    That is friggin’ hysterical. I thought that I was a “tell it like it is” kind of mom, but I don’t compare to that!!! Can’t wait for the child rights activists and “perfect” moms to start weighing in!!!

  3. anonymous says

    She is hilarious. Nice to see that not all humor is dead. I’m sure SOME group has been offended by her words and will no doubt make it known.

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