A writer for 'Conan' bashed late night comedy on Twitter, and Conan responded, also on Twitter. Conan O'Brien, late night comedy man. (via Getty) Andrés du Bouchet has written for Conan O'Brien for seven years. Yesterday, he went on a Twitter rant about the state about the state of late night comedy television. Show More Summary
It’s no coincidence that Conan O’Brien’s official site held the premiered the new Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard video for “It’s All Going To Pot” on this day, 4/20. If you don’t get the title reference to this day I suggest you Google 4/20. i’ll wait… Now that we’re up to speed, big horns kick [...]
Comedian Andrés du Bouchet, a staff writer for Conan, tweeted several thoughts about the state of late night comedy on April 17. The rant, which seemed largely directed at the comedic style of Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show, was ultimately deleted by du Bouchet, although not before several news outlets had written about it. Show More Summary
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Andrés du Bouchet, a "Conan" writer, wrote that late-night shows are too reliant on celebrity and gimmicky segments, prompting a public response from his boss.
Conan O'Brien called out one of his own writers for going on a "stupid" Twitter rant about the host's late night rivals.
A member of Conan O'Brien's writing staff, Andrés du Bouchet, slammed the state of late-night comedy on Twitter last week, calling O'Brien's competition "Prom King Comedy." "Comedy in 2015 needs a severe motherfucking shakeup," du Bouchet, who has worked as a comedy writer for seven years, wrote. Show More Summary
In a since deleted series or Tweets, Andrés du Bouchet -- a writer for Conan -- went off on the state of late-night comedy this weekend, taking particular aim at Jimmy Fallon's brand of late-night comedy: Comedy in 2015 needs...
A longtime writer for Conan O'Brien's late night show chose to use Twitter as a venting outlet late last week, and O'Brien totally shut him down for it. Late last week, Andrés du Bouchet, who Uproxx reports has been employed by Conan's...Show More Summary
Last week, one of Conan O'Brien's writers, Andrés du Bouchet, took to Twitter to vent some of his feelings about the state of late-night comedy. It wasn't exactly pretty, and some of the tweets (almost all of which have now been deleted) criticized the current practice of linking random celebrity... More »
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He's adorable. Here's proof. Related Stories Brooklyn Beckham proves that his dad is just like ours -- embarrassing Usher performs on gold crutches, still dances better than you do Conan O'Brien kicks NFL while it's down
It’s one thing to stand up for your boss, and it’s another thing to go an entirely unprompted rant about how everybody but your boss sucks. Andrés du Bouchet, a writer for Conan O’Brien who dates back to the Late Night show, decided that doing the latter would be a good use of his time and a good way to promote Conan. Show More Summary
Three days after one of his writers took to Twitter to rant about the state of late-night comedy, Conan O’Brien posted a sharp-edged retort: Andres du Bouchet, who has worked for O’Brien in various shows since 2008, posted several tweets Thursday, ranting about what he called “Prom King Comedy,” which is, he posted, “what I call all this s. Show More Summary
“You do that. I’m going to start chewing gum.” Conan O’Brien and the astute a-hole Jordan Schlansky play a 1940s investigative puzzle at the Escape Room. Coco quickly gets frustrated and Jordan can’t back up his big talk this time.
Late-night host is, um, not all that psyched about his son playing football.
What even constitutes “fun” anymore in this jaded, video-saturated age? For some, the deeply nerdy answer is escape rooms: adventure games in which a group of participants are locked in an actual, physical, non-digital, totally analog...Show More Summary
Conan O'Brien and his producer try to solve their way out of a downtown L.A. escape room game. [ more › ]
On a recent episode of Conan, host Conan O’Brien and his producer Jordan Schlansky visited Escape Room LA, a puzzle escape game where players have to use clues and critical thinking to get out of a locked room. The very serious Schlansky focuses on solving the puzzle while O’Brien spends most of his energy goofing off and […]
God bless puzzles and Jordan Schlansky (aka Buzz Killington). If there's one thing we've learned about Conan, it's that he never did academic decathlon. (Actually, one more thing: He probably has one of those fun decals that says, I'd rather be golfing.)... More »