The following is from the September 21, 1998, issue of New York magazine.
"Jerry Seinfeld said something that I thought was very true -- people that think they're good-looking aren't funny," he [Conan O'Brien] says. "The thing I liked about that quote was that now I'm six four and 190 pounds, and they put some makeup on me for TV, and they put me in these nice suits, and occasionally women will write in and say, 'You're really good-looking.' That's not my self-image. Because in adolescence I was six four, 155 pounds, and had bad skin."