Orgrim Doomhammer actor Robert Kazinsky was on Conan O’Brien earlier this week, where he told the story of how World of Warcraft made him fat, lazy and happier than he’s ever been.
When I decided to wait outside the Ziegfeld Theater in May 2002 for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, I hoped to be part of history. That happened—but it wasn’t how I expected.
A couple days ago Mark Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook was finally building a ‘Dislike’ button allowing the social network’s members to express their non-approval of other’s posts. But as Conan O’Brien revealed on his show last night, there are far more useful buttons that Facebook needs to add first.
Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter replaced Immortan Joe and The Doof Warrior from Mad Max: Fury Road for a short Comic-Con clip.
You'd think that the infamous NFL player nicknamed Beast Mode would be okay with the gory finishing moves of Mortal Kombat. He's not. At all. Marshawn Lynch isn't down with seeing people's intestines.
On a very special segment of Conan, late-night TV host Conan O'Brien didn't just have the voice of Sterling Archer, H. Jon Benjamin, on his couch to promote the new season of Archer. He actually became an animated Archer-style character and got involved in the spy's shoot-em-up hijinks.
"Hold X to pay respects? What does that mean? That's crazy! Is there a button for, 'I'm here because I thought I might meet somebody?'"
Last night, the cast of The Simpsons gathered at the Hollywood Bowl for "The Simpsons Take the Bowl," a musical event celebrating the show's 25th anniversary. A number of the show's most memorable musical moments were revisited, but perhaps the most exciting was Conan O'Brien's performance of "The Monorail Song," from…
One of the most hyped, anticipated releases of the year. A talk show host who's notoriously terrible at video games. Get the popcorn.
The second half of The Walking Dead's (pretty excellent) season 4 begins on this Sunday evening, but last night talk show host Conan O'Brien welcomed the show back with a full-on undead extravaganza, complete with zombie lesbians making out, Daryl singing, and the greatest cold open in Conan history.
You have possibly waited decades for a hiome video release of the campy, ridiculous wonderful 1960s Batman TV series starring Adam West, and now your wait is over, because Warner Bros. is finally releasing the show in a box set... as first reported by Conan O'Brien on Twitter. Wait, what?
The amazing Chris Hadfield saw Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity movie and he thought it was extremely well done... except for a certain lack of adult diapers, as he told Conan O'Brien on Conan last night. I'm afraid I'm with Conan on this one; I appreciate any movie's attempt at accuracy, but I also appreciate not seeing…
While we all now know TWD's Daryl Dixon as a zombie-killing badass, actor Norman Reedus needed a great deal of crossbow training before he could play the role so effectively. As Conan O'Brien's research team discovered via this footage, Reedus had a lot to learn when he first picked up Daryl's crossbow.
If you have ever been forced to go to a costume party you didn't want to attend, let me tell you that this brilliant Conan O'Brien video will make you laugh. And then it will make you genuinely sad that it doesn't exist and you can't actually order this thing.
Kinja blog The Dogs has unearthed this funny 1993 clip from Late Night with Conan O'Brien, starring a very young Louis CK, Robert Smigel—aka Triumph the Insult Dog—and Adam Sandler.
Harrison Ford was on last night's Conan, and the talk show host, as desperate for Star Wars: Episode VII news as any one, tried to bribe the actor with $1,000 in cash for details about the much-anticipated movie. Ford took it, and then he spilled everything he knew about the movie!
Conan O'Brien went to E3—the games industry's yearly trade show—to discover the newest game consoles, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. But the most important discovery was the reason why Nintendo's Mario has a mustache as told by his creator, the legendary Shigeru Miyamoto. Watch the second video here.
It turns out that Michael Graves-designed teapot with its unsettling resemblance to Hitler might not have been the only Nazi-related product in J.C. Penney stores. As Conan O'Brien discovered on his show the other night, the teapot is apparently just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the department store…
Gangnam Style and Call Me Maybe parodies might have been some of the most shared videos during 2012, but Conan O'Brien decided to dig into the deepest bowels of YouTube and unearth the least viral videos of the past year. If you're a fan of topless old men sleeping and cable access shoe shine shows, you're in for a…