Conan O’Brien got the opportunity last fall to visit American troops at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar, with First Lady Michelle Obama. What happened next was nothing short of hilarious. Dubbed Mission Conan, the sentient marshmallow-carrot combo roasted the Navy, got taken down by a military dog, and came up with many…
Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter replaced Immortan Joe and The Doof Warrior from Mad Max: Fury Road for a short Comic-Con clip.
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.
You knew this was coming. Last night on "Conan," O'Brien presented an "extended cut" of Bob Dylan's Chrysler 200 Super Bowl ad, with a usual bit of sly commentary that pokes some holes in the "America's Import" balloon.
Noted Ford Taurus SHO enthusiast Conan O'Brien welcomed judge of musical capability/human life's worth Simon Cowell to his late-night show to talk about, among other things, expectant fatherhood and cars.
One of the greatest episodes of The Simpsons is, without a doubt, "Marge Vs. The Monorail." The Conan O'Brien-penned episode has everything you could ever want.
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."
David Letterman really likes to hold a grudge, doesn't he? Tonight, Letterman went on a completely random aside about January's Late Night Wars, and once again ripped into—and impersonated—Jay Leno, calling Leno's "regular guy" act BS. Video inside.
Conan O'Brien has apparently been keeping busy during his unemployment. He joined Twitter last week, and one of his first tweets was about his Ford Taurus. Somebody wrote "ew" in the dust on the car's hood. Nice.
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.