Conan O’Brien

Miley Cyrus and The Flaming Lips Covered The Beatles on ‘Conan’

On October 27, The Flaming Lips released a collaboration-heavy track-by-track tribute to/massacre of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club… Read More

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Why Did Louis C.K. Leave Twitter?

A couple weeks ago, Louis C.K. went on a intense rant about ISIS on Twitter. Over the weekend, his Twitter… Read More

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Nick Offerman Directed a Hilarious Tweedy Video Featuring Michael Shannon, Chance the Rapper, Steve Albini, and More

Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy’s dad-rock project — literally, it is a collaboration with his 18-year-old son, Spencer — Tweedy… Read More

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The 30 Harshest Comedian-on-Comedian Insults in History

Continuing our beloved series, Flavorwire looks into the rivalries, feuds, frenmities, and good-natured(ish) ribbing of an industry filled with the fragile egos, big personalities, and sharp wits that make for excellent insults: comedy. From Comedy Central roasts to Jay ‘n’ Conan to Twitter spats, there’s no shortage of verbal spats out there, but here’s a selection of the very best. Spoiler: there’s little love lost between Chevy Chase and, well, everyone else. … Read More

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Watch Larry King, Conan O’Brien, and Andy Richter Split a Pot Brownie, Giggle Cutely

Media Professionals Doing Edibles might be a new trend, thanks to Maureen Dowd’s much-mocked New York Times piece and, now, this… Read More

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This Week’s Top 5 TV Moments: Baby Jesus, Meet Car Window

There are scores of TV shows out there, with dozens of new episodes each week, not to mention everything you can find on Hulu Plus, Netflix streaming, and HBO Go. How’s a viewer to keep up? To help you sort through all that television has to offer, Flavorwire is compiling the five best moments on TV each week. This time, Nathan for You trolls a liquor store and John Oliver calls out the rampant abuse and racial biases in America’s prison system. Same thing, basically. … Read More

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What’s Up with Jimmy Fallon Making Fun of Teen Girls?

Even before he made the jump toTonight Show host, Jimmy Fallon had been doing a sketch called “Ew!” every couple of months. The basic concept of the sketch is this: Fallon plays an annoying girl on the younger side of teenaged — Sara spelled without an ‘h’ — who has her own talk show, Ew!. The show features her BFFs, typically played by male celebrities, stopping by and chatting incessantly about things they either like (Harry Styles, always some underrated old actor like Gary Oldman) or dislike (little brothers, tomatoes). Sara’s stepdad, who just doesn’t get it, shows up somewhere in the latter half of each sketch, squaring it up in his New Balance and his Dockers and walking the fine line between nosy and creepy. Everyone laughs like, “What’s the deal with teenagers, amirite?” … Read More

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