Tag Archives: Conan
Poor Conan finds out he ain't worth much at all. And yes, the maturbating bear makes an appearance.
Bill Hader went on Conan last night and made his plea to J.J. Abrams for a part in the next Star Wars by impersonating the
Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm were on Conan last night promoting Workaholics. So how did they break into song? Well, at one point, Conan asked Adam DeVine
We've said before and will say it again: Conan is at his best in remote segments, preferably if he has a coworker or two
Conan and his assistant producer Jordan Schlansky have the funniest relationship on TV. Schlansky is eccentric to the point of sociopathy—it's also not clear what he
Here's how it will all go down should the day ever come:
"Conan Visiting Things" continues to be the funniest running segment on television. And upon entering the frightening world of Los Angeles' American Girl store last
Jennifer Lawrence claims her friend bought her butt plugs as joke -- A GAG! -- yet, my brain is working double-time to not think about a butt
The man: Paul Rudd. The movie: 1980s flop Mac And Me. For years now, Rudd has trolled Conan by playing a clip from the film instead
Lyft—a ride-sharing app that turns ordinary cars into taxis—recently allowed an L.A. guy named Anthony to become the chauffeur of Kevin Hart, Ice Cube, and Conan
Ron Burgundy took over 'Conan' last night to promote is new book, Let Me Off at the Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings. The interview took
Jim Gaffigan was on Conan again (seems like he's on every other week) and he broke into his routine -- as comics tend to do on
Conan had quite the mixed bag of guests last night, meaning World Series champions Shane Victorino and Jonny Gomes ended up sitting beside long-time Howard Stern sidekick Artie Lange. Lange
It was a special Halloween edition of "Clueless Gamer" last night, and if you've ever wondered what Conan would look like under a night filter lens,
The Internet needs more Triumph. This segment of him visiting The Great American Beer Festival is outstanding. OUTSTANDING.
Conan's associate producer Jordan Schlansky is either the best comedic actor on TV or a sociopath. There's no in between at this point.
For fans of Breaking Bad, this work week is torture. With only the finale to go, we desperately want it to be Sunday, when the
Ten-minutes well-spent right here, Bros. I could listen to Louis C.K. spew out his thoughts -- regardless of the topic -- all day. Below is
It's a real cole world, real cole world in the new edition of Splinter Cell, as Conan finds, with a little help from Mr. Jermaine Cole,
Here's to hoping Anthony Jeselnik never gets his head checked.
Conan O'Brien and his long-time associate producer Jordan Schlansky have one of the funniest relationships on TV. They constantly clash over his pretentiousness—as seen best
Step off, Conan. It's Crazy Rhubarb Lady's world, the rest of us are just stealing her air.
One of the most weirdly celebrated components of the thrill that is Breaking Bad has been Jesse Pinkman's crafty usages of the word bitch. Amping up for the start
Completely out of nowhere and totally unprovoked, I suddenly have an urge to see The To Do List and I can't
finger figure out why.
Ensuring us all that the 9th season of It's Always Sunny of Philadelphia had no chance of falling off, Charlie Day premiered a brand new
Dear Bill Burr's Handlers,
An unfixable problem with late-night TV is consistency. You're on air four nights a week, an hour each night. That's a ton of time to
Before they got famous, Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Kyle Newacheck were just Internet comedians. Operating under the group name Mail Order Comedy,
Nick Offerman, everyone's favorite woodworking Hollywood Bro, loves reading the baffling Tweets of young female celebs.
Shockingly, no one wanted to read up on "The Adventures of Totally Cured Bruce Banner."
Pornography is not Nam, there are rules. And Marc Maron delivered said rules to Conan O'Brien last night.
Conan is in Atlanta for the Final Four and had the Round Mound of Rebound on last night. It was predictably entertaining.
And by that I mean not at all. Terrible headline. I'm sorry. But this Paul Rudd interview on Conan, which took place in Atlanta last night,
I don't what it is about Taylor Swift but even her tweets make me want to kick a kitten. Hate that flat-chested bitch.
What we've learned from this edition of Nick Offerman reading tweets from young female celebrities is: when Miley Cyrus has dairy, Lysol and a plunger
"Slow motion for me, slow motion for me, move it slow motion for me" — Soulja Slim, 2004.