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When most people get fired, they’re not normally quick to return to the premises, usually because they’ve been advised not to. But it’s an entirely different thing when you’re a big star who’s been booted off of a TV show, as Adam Sandler can attest.
This week, Adam Sandler had a great story to share about the late night series and Michael Keaton’s stint as a host. Incredibly, the amusing story even features a Batman reference. Even better, it’s totally safe for work.
Norman Reedus stopped by Conan to talk about his own mildly notorious tongue etiquette, which involves licking people’s faces. Note to self: keep an eye out for an upcoming Gene Simmons appearance.
If there were a list of the 7 billion classiest people in the world, comedian Artie Lange would be an alternate for number 7,000,000,000, but it’s his gloriously cruddy schtick that makes his fans love him so much. In true Artie style, here's a wild and crazy lie he told a woman to make out with her.
Conan is almost as well known for its Burbank studio location as it is for pitting its red-headed host in costumes for wild and wacky segments. And while the show’s occasional jaunts out into the world have been memorable, his next one is the most groundbreaking excursion yet.
If they weren’t friends before, they definitely are now as comedian Conan O'Brien and The Walking Dead star Steven Yeun stripped down to bare all together on a trip to a Los Angeles Korean spa.
Going into its fifth season, it’s easy to see that Game of Thrones has been a huge win for HBO. But back when David Benioff and Dan Weiss were still coming up with the pitch for the fantasy drama, they found themselves up against an unexpected obstacle: Benioff’s wife, Amanda Peet.
A lot of crazy and envelope-pushing things have happened at TBS’ Conan over the years, but Conan O’Brien isn’t the kind of late night host who often gets into extended car-chase sequences while eliminating dangerous enemies with the coolest secret agent that’s ever existed. It happens here though.
It’s no surprise that former SNL cast members like to poke fun at each other using their impersonation talents. But sometimes, things get totally (faux) personal, as they did when Bill Hader recently showed off his best Fred Armisen on Conan, which prompted a response from Armisen.
You better watch out. You better not cry. You better not disrobe on Christmas Eve, or assume you or your family will live to see December 26, or attempt to experience goodwill and joy on Christmas. Because one of these Santa Clauses might be coming to town.
Nick Offerman appears on Conan as Ron Swanson, sort of, hawking his handcrafted wood emoji's in a mock infomercial. The Parks & Recreation star is clearly not that much different from his on screen persona.
Without question, celebrities receive a more transparent form of communication from other people, namely fans wanting to prove themselves more diehard than the next person. Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam took a particularly bold earful at one point from a fan, which he shared on Conan.
Conan just rewrote the un-script on giving a TV cast a proper tribute with an episode-long focus on Sons of Anarchy and its crowded cast of rugged miscreants. Kicking it all off was this outlandish cold open, for which Conan O’Brien dons the ugliest mustache Movember has ever known.
Reunion gigs can often be a band’s most successful run, with fans jubilantly celebrating a return to form from their favorite musicians. Sometimes it’s on a smaller scale than that, though, as in this video, for which famed drummer Max Weinberg made an appearance on Conan for a truly unexpected reteaming with his former host.
Conan O’Brien will likely never forget the circumstances in which he learned about Robin Williams’ death yesterday, as it occurred during the taping of his TBS talk show Conan. Not at all the kind of announcement you want to bring up during a comedy program.