Conan, Ice Cube and Kevin Hart are some seriously funny dudes. Put them together in a car with a student driver, and what results is a beautiful symphony of hilarity involving erroneous driving tips, weed, male prostitution and Conan saying “bitches get stitches.” It’s excellent in every way.
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.
Conan showed up at E3 and got a turn at Forza with creative director Dan Greenawalt helping him out on a lap of the Nurburgring. Things regressed from
The driver of a Dodge Challenger disrupted the set of Conan last night while carrying a prostitute and kidnapping a member of Conan's band. Thankfully the whole scene was captured on a dash cam.
In the run up to his new show, Conan O'Brien throws crap into his head writer's BMW 128i convertible, which he correctly describes as a car "for a 16-year-old girl who just got a prom gift from her dad."
NBC pulled Conan O'Brien's devious Bugatti Veyron Mouse sketch from last night's "full episode" replay of the Tonight Show on NBC.com and Hulu — apparently unwilling to pay royalties for Conan's "crazy expensive" car-starring sketch. Video evidence below.
Bugatti only built and delivered a couple hundred $1.5 million-and-up Veyrons and there's only a handful in California. So when Conan O'Brien trotted out the Bugatti Veyron Mouse on last night's Tonight Show, we wondered: where'd he get it? UPDATED!
Conan O'Brien introduced the Bugatti Veyron Mouse as a new Tonight Show character Thursday night, not because it was funny, but because it was "crazy expensive" for NBC. To be funny he'd have to crash it into a lake. UPDATED!
Conan O'Brien has been searching for America's worst car and Aaron Fast seems to have it — whatever it is. This Friday it'll be blown up and replaced with a Lexus HS250, which is at least a half-step up.
Chrysler's new owners have been quick to move the company in a new direction. A more Italian direction. Hard hitting late night journalist and SHO-enthusiast Conan O'Brien uncovers the company's new ad campaign.
Think Conan O'Brien left his Yamaha-engined Ford Taurus back in New York when he moved out to LA to take the reins at the Tonight Show? Think again. Last night saw Conan's first Tonight Show as well as the return of his green SHO!