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Conan Takes on Lance Armstrong’s Interview With Oprah
Conan Takes on Lance Armstrong’s Interview With Oprah
If only it actually went down this way. With his new-found free time, cycling legend/disgrace Lance Armstrong recently took to the OWN network with Oprah Winfrey to discuss his doping, his loss of advertisers and apparently his immense jerkiness. And while Armstrong was candid in his "no holds barred" interview with the big O, the folks at CONAN saw a perfect opportunity to spread some h
Kimye Baby Escape!
Kimye Baby Escape!
In what felt like classic Conan, last night's episode held arguably one of the funniest sketches the show has churned out since its 'Late Night' days. He unleashed a bit regarding what we hope would actually go down at the couple's ultra sound. In truth, it might not be all that far-fetched.
Conan Unveils Director Audition Tapes for Next ‘Star Wars’ Films
Conan Unveils Director Audition Tapes for Next ‘Star Wars’ Films
Everybody wants to hop onboard the Disney / 'Star Wars' train. In fact, Team Coco found all of these legitimate (not legitimate) audition tapes from directors who hope to helm the next installment (not really). Here they all are in one convenient spot for you. We think the Wes Anderson spoof is probably the most spot-on. Which one is your favorite?
Conan Uses Olympic Super Slow-Mo Camera to Create Ridiculous Moments
Conan Uses Olympic Super Slow-Mo Camera to Create Ridiculous Moments
If you're a sports fan, you probably already know that super slow motion camera technology has improved greatly over the last few years. Thanks to NBC's Olympic coverage, now the general public has been clued in to these advances. As we've seen over the past few days, sometimes slowing the athletes down so much renders them a bit grotesque. Playing off that, 'Conan' snagged himself one of NBC's Ol
‘Conan’ Finds Evidence ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Really Is Anti-Romney Propaganda
‘Conan’ Finds Evidence ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Really Is Anti-Romney Propaganda
Earlier this week, conservative radio provocateur Rush Limbaugh asked his audience if it was "accidental" that the villain in 'The Dark Knight Rises' was named Bane, given that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's ties to Bain Capital have been scrutinized by the Obama campaign. Limbaugh's critics pounced all over that allegation, pointing out that Bane has been a Batman villain sinc

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