Conan O'brien lands an exclusive interview with Joe Galliano, brother of questionably anti-semitic fashion designer John.
Nice to see the watchdog of international antisemitism has its priorities straight.
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Sheen, who is clearly suffering from some no-longer-amusing mental illness, recently took two out of the three steps celebrities take when doing damage control for alleged bigoted remarks.
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In what must have been a particularly galling scene for Galliano, his suspension violated a cardinal rule of fashion -- he wasn't original, since the day before, Charlie Sheen was suspended from Two and A Half Men for his own antisemitically-themed comments.