Conan gets to the bottom of the John Travolta sex scandal and ruins the good name of peanut butter in the process. Damn you, Conan and your peanut hating antics!
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Listen up, kids. While trying to make it in Hollywood you sometimes have to take acting gigs that aren’t so appealing. This would be one of those gigs. Hello, regret and goodbye, dignity.
Ted Turner left his majestic open ranges of Montana to hop on his buffalo and crash Conan O’Brien’s show in NYC, or as he refers to it, “Sodom’s prostate”. Ouch!
The former host of The Tonight Show gets to rant and rave about the jackasses at NBC and reminds us that he’s a great talent no matter what the particular gig might be in this win-win comedy film.
You wouldn’t know it, but the cast of Jersey Shore was carefully selected and many Hollywood hopefuls didn’t make the cut. Not just anyone can fill the shoes of Snooki ya know.
As hilarious as Conan’s show is, it doesn’t exactly have Michael Bay worthy special effects. In an effort to upgrade his special effects wow factor, Conan brought in Digital Sizzle special effects team. Only there was more fizzle than sizzle.
A while back Conan showed us a preview of the Sarah Palin History Channel. Now Michele Bachmann is giving us a history lesson on how John Wayne Gacy and Samuel Patch Adams set America straight.
Hard Lessons and Rough Roads:The warm-up to Fourth of July weekend looks to be a bit colder than usual with the lackluster offerings of Bad Teacher and Cars 2… though a former Tonight Show host might save the day.
Sarah Palin’s accounts of history have a few variations from how American events actually went down, but you’ll hardly even notice.
Late night television sanity will be restored Monday as Conan O’Brien returns. For now check out the funniest 20 moments in Conan O’Brien history.
Yeah, you take so much at your job that you’ve considered quitting. But you never did anything. These guys did. So check out these seven awesome stories.
In an effort to advance his awesomeness, Conan O’Brien covered Radiohead’s Creep before his show in Eugene Oregon during his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour.
With Conan finishing his run on the Tonight Show under less than ideal circumstances and moving on into an uncertain late-night future, I thought it would be nice to take a look back at his career thus far and share some of my favorite bits from his shows…
So in an awesome display of passive-aggressiveness, Conan O’Brien bought a Bugatti Veyron with NBC’s money and then topped it off by playing the master recording to “Satisfaction” by the Rolling Stones, a move that cost the network a reported $1.5 million dollars.