These young kids have no craft. They bring their little notebook onstage and bring neither razzle nor dazzle to their performance. Take this youngster Dana Carvey. He used the second-to-last episode of Conan to “try some shit out.” Clutching a piece of paper from a legal pad, Carvey workshopped his latest guy: Red Rednecki, the Redneck Comedian (Intentionally Bad). Rednecki (I am having to guess on the spelling, and am choosing to mirror the spelling of “Jonathan Lipnicki”) has a catchphrase, which which he signs off every joke, “Come ’n’ git sum.” For example, “My grandpa invented the phrase ‘dollars to donuts.’ Every time he got a buck he bought a donut. He died at 37, come ’n’ git sum.” Carvey explained his seeming unpreparedness by way of the location; other times he’d played Largo, his rehearsed bits fell flat. This is a place for experimental stuff. Hence Rednecki. O’Brien appreciated the site-specific art, and also let it slip that he and Carvey share a therapist. Good to know.