From Conan’s cutting room floor comes another hilarious bit with his associate producer Jordan Schlansky, as he goes off on an seemingly endless rant about why Star Wars is so much better than Star Trek – and nobody stops him. Somebody get this guy a lozenge.
To follow up on his awesome superhero suit from last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Conan O’Brien teamed up with West Coast Customs to create a very special vehicle for his alter ego to fight crime in. We suppose it’s only fitting the car had to be pushed onto the stage.
Action movie stars like Gal Gadot spend months training and building their fitness to perform in fight scenes. But Conan O’Brien figures he can do it much quicker with the help of Gal’s personal trainer. One thing’s for sure – Conan can deflect CGI bullets like a boss.
“I think the reason I’ve been able to burn so many calories is I grew this big beard. And it’s very hungry.” WWE wrestler Paul Wright II aka “The Big Show” dropped by Conan to talk about losing 90lb, what The Rock’s success means to his colleagues and more.
Conan O’Brien is once again putting his fame to good use with Conan Without Borders: Made in Mexico. It will be an entire episode of Conan filmed in Mexico and with an entirely Mexican staff. Of course Andy Richter had the perfect retort to the announcement.
A modest Jeff Goldblum tells Conan his secrets to getting older, and tries to convince the host to “embrace nature.” This is like the time Saitama revealed his secret to becoming One Punch Man. We bet that Jurassic Park and Independence Day money doesn’t hurt too.
In his latest Conan appearance, comedian Bill Burr presented his simple solution for the world’s environmental concerns. We suppose it would help, though we’re pretty sure what he’s suggesting is illegal – unless he took all those people on a cruise to Yellowstone.
Conan doesn’t shoot an episode on Fridays, but his team is still expected to come in for a full day. Turns out that producer Jordan Schlansky has made up his own hours, and Conan is having none of it. Apparently he spends his morning preparing his body in various ways.
Conan O’Brien recently stopped by New York City’s YouTube Space to check out their virtual reality lab, where he doodled a 3D self portrait, destroyed some guy’s cubicle, ate some virtual food, and learned how the tech might change our lives (or at least porn) for the better.