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The Awesome Guests Conan O'Brien Has Lined Up For TBS Talk Show's Final Episodes

While the late night talk show scene hasn't changed all that much in recent years, TV viewers will soon be saying (a temporary) goodbye to the longest-running host in the game, with Conan O'Brien's TBS series Conan coming to an official close after eleven zany seasons. So you know what that means: quite a few big and noteworthy celebrities will be popping by to bid farewell to the show with style and comedic grace, and several of them are SNL vets.
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Sarah Silverman And Conan O’Brien Recalled Her First Appearance On His Show 28 Years Ago, And Things Got Emotional

After nearly 30 years on the air as a late-night—beginning with Late Night and leading up to Conan with a memorably short-lived pitstop at The Tonight Show along the way—Conan O’Brien is getting ready to say goodbye. As the former SNL and The Simpsons writer barrels toward his June 24th finale, he’s gathering up some of his all-time favorite guests to help him bid adieu.
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Conan O'Brien will end his TBS show with two weeks of full audiences and final guest Jack Black

Rather than return to his studio at Warner Bros. for his final shows, Conan O'Brien will continue taping his Conan show at The Largo Theater, but with full audiences for the weeks of June 14 and June 21. His final show on June 24 with Jack Black will be expanded to one hour. During his final two weeks, Conan will welcome Martin Short, Bill Hader, Mila Kunis, Dana Carvey, JB Smoove and Patton Oswalt. Conan will also welcome a mystery guest on June 22. “Following all LA County Covid Guidelines, attendees will need to be fully vaccinated on the day of attendance and show proof of vaccination,” the show said. “At this time, masks will be required. Tickets are available now. For more information and to enter the free ticket lottery, go to Fans can also follow @TeamCoco on Instagram and Twitter for special ticket giveaways.”

Conan O’Brien And Friends Get A First Look At PSO:NGS, And It Derails Quickly

It feels like it’s been a while since we’ve seen Conan talking games — particularly since there haven’t been conventions for him to go to and pester the developers. But, that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have things to say about them, or at least he has something to say about Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis (mostly that the title’s too long).
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Barack Obama Tells Conan O'Brien What He Hopes to Instill in His Daughters amid a Divided Nation

Barack Obama has continued to offer words of wisdom since leaving office in 2017. In a PEOPLE exclusive clip from Sunday's episode of the Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend podcast, the 59-year-old former president shares some perspective on the state of the country's divided nation. "Everything right in front of us always looks like just the worst thing," Obama tells host Conan O'Brien.
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Dax Shepard Recalls His Drunken Conan O'Brien Appearance That Got Him Banned From The Show

It's no secret that among the many, many people who deal with addiction in one form or another, are some of our favorite celebrities. We can often see their very public ups and downs as they try to gain control of substance abuse issues, but sometimes those troubles are hidden from public view for quite a while. Actor Dax Shepard has been open about his struggles with drug and alcohol abuse for several years, and he recently recalled the Late Night with Conan O'Brien appearance which saw him temporarily banned from the show.

THQ Paid Conan O'Brien To Slam Biomutant

THQ Nordic's "Biomutant" is the latest game to get roasted by late night king Conan O'Brien. In his recurring segment called "Clueless Gamer," O'Brien lets his signature wit fly as he makes fun of various games, most of which come from well-known developers. In the latest installment of "Clueless Gamer,"...

Dax Shepard Recalls the Messy Conan O'Brien Interview That Got Him Banned From the Show

Dax Shepard is opening up about the only "career wreckage-y thing" he did during the lowest place in his addiction, recalling a disastrous appearance on Conan in 2004 got him "banned" from the show in a new interview on The Pursuit of Healthiness podcast. Shepard is clearly intoxicated during the interview, falling backward over a chair and breaking a table during an interview that is clearly painful for Conan O'Brien.
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Bill Burr debunks conspiracy theories with Conan O’Brien

In what could be his final Conan appearance, Bill Burr demonstrated why he’s among the late night show’s best guests of all time. The comedian delivered one of his signature rants as he took on anti-vaccination and flat Earth conspiracy theories. We are roughly a month away from the end...
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Dax Shepard Opens Up About Sobriety And Why He Was Banned From Conan O'Brien

The following article contains mentions of addiction. Dax Shepard has been honest with fans about his journey to sobriety, admitting in September 2020 that he had relapsed during the pandemic lockdown. And in a May 2021 episode of "The Pursuit of Healthiness with Blake Griffin," the actor spoke about the concept of hitting rock bottom. "We do have this notion of a bottom, but (for) most of the recovering addicts I know, there's multiple, multiple bottoms," Shepard told the podcast host.

Charles Barkley Reminisced With Conan O’Brien About Shaq Thinking The Moon Was Only 10 Hours Away

There are a lot of legendary Inside the NBA moments, but some of the funniest ones involve one of either Shaq or Charles Barkley (often Shaq) saying something so ridiculous that the rest of the crew can’t stop laughing and making fun of how ridiculous they are. One of the great examples is Shaq’s absurd gas tank theory, which sends Ernie into absolute despair every time it comes back up.
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Dax Shepard reflects on disastrous interview that got him banned from Late Night with Conan O’Brien

Dax Shepard has opened up about the infamous interview that resulted in him being “banned” from Late Night with Conan O’Brien. The Parenthood actor and comedian made headlines in 2004 when he gave an interview on the O’Brien’s talk show. Speaking about the interview – which he now described as “career wreckage-y” – Shepard revealed that he had been “blackout drunk” during the Conan pre-interview, in which producers set up anecdotes and clarified talking points for the host. He went on to reveal that he had to be woken up by hotel security just 20 minutes before the taping.Shepard...

Conan O’Brien Revives CLUELESS GAMER with J.B. Smoove

It’s been a long time coming, but our favorite “Clueless Gamer” is finally back. Conan O’Brien sat down for another session of not understanding video games. This time he visited the post-post-apocalyptic world of Biomutant. And if you’re going to travel through a world of armored animals who use kung fu and get pooped out of their enemy’s butt, there’s no better person to play with than Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s J.B. Smoove. Especially since he actually does know how to play.