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Lawsuits in entertainment are nothing new, but many of them are centered on vague story ideas or plot points. In the case of a recent suit, though, Conan O’Brien has been accused of stealing jokes and using them on his show. Pretty specific stuff here.
Hannibal Buress has been on the quick rise in the past few years, and now he’s taking his brand of comedy to Shark Week. Well, he’s not exactly a part of Shark Week, he’s taking advantage of the shark humor to promote his own show. It's the funniest thing you'll see all day.
Tonight Conan O’Brien gave us great insight regarding what it meant to take Letterman’s old timeslot on NBC and how Letterman helped to really introduce him to the masses when he was having a tough time.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning may be best known for winning Super Bowls, but he has built up a good reputation for being a funny guy. For instance, he took the opportunity at the recent SNL 40 special to play a strange prank on comedian Kevin Nealon.
Bee is currently the longest-running Daily Show correspondent, having joined the series back in 2003, and was a frontrunner in many fans’ minds to take over as host once Jon Stewart exits the show later this year. But that definitely won't be happening.
It was only two weeks ago that the beloved Bill Murray surprised NBC's Parks and Recreation viewers, dropping in on Leslie Knope and company in a casket. Now with the recent news that Murray is set to appear on Rashida Jones' new show Angie Tribeca, following LAPD's elite RHCU (Really Heinous Crimes Unit), we're left wondering if he'll play a dead guy, yet again.
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.
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.
TBS has been working extremely hard to rebrand this TV season. To help with the process, today the network signed on for brand new project from the Broken Lizard production company, otherwise known as the team behind Super Troopers and Beerfest.
It looks like TBS is continuing to clean house as they have axed the Vince Vaughn-produced series Sullivan & Son after three seasons on the air. The TBS sitcom originally premiered in 2012 and followed an ex-corporate attorney who left his NYC practice to go back to his roots, working at his father’s neighborhood bar in Pittsburgh.
When it was announced last year that American Dad was going to be finishing out its run on Fox and moving over to TBS, it felt like the show might be taking its last breath before fading off into the bipartisan ethers. But that's not the case at all.