Which comic book characters get a Conan O’Brien makeover with a new set of Comic-Con Funko POP Vinyls? What’s different about the new version of Kick-Ass that Mark Millar is putting together? Are you in New Orleans and want to play a...Show More Summary
Conan O’Brien will once again be immortalized with a set of four Pop! Vinyl figures to be available this July, when TBS‘s late-night series CONAN returns to San Diego for Comic-Con® International. Created by Funko for TBS, a division...Show More Summary
For the second year in a row, Conan O’Brien is taking his show on the road to San Diego to attend Comic Con International: San Diego, otherwise known as SDCC. Last year Conan partnered with Funko, the company behind all of the Pop! Vinyl figures that have been taking the world by storm. Featuring characters […]
Until Tuesday, you could've gone through life thinking that Conan O'Brien was a nice guy. Sure, he's a touch odd, but he seems swell, you told yourself. Now you know differently. Now you know that Conan is the kind of "friend" who will compliment your stuff in hopes of getting ... More »
"I'm not saying she won't come back, I just don't know if she'll come back the same. Because she seems awful pouty about the loss and we've all had losses. You either get up and get back on the horse and come back stronger for it or you sit out for over a year. Show More Summary
This fight feud just can't be knocked out. UFC champ Miesha Tate is taking more shots at Ronda Rousey outside of the ring ahead of a potential third bout. Tate made clear to Conan O'Brien Monday that she is focusing on her bantamweight title defense against Amanda Nunes on July 9. Show More Summary
‘It’s time to grow up and figure this out’
Like John Oliver did on Sunday night, he seemed downright scornful when he talked about how he is expected to make jokes at a time like this. Also like Oliver, he even disparaged his show and its function.
Conan struck exactly the right note last night when he chose to forego jokes during his monologue in order to address the Orlando shootings candidly and sometimes bluntly.
In the aftermath of the massacre in Orlando Sunday morning, late night TV hosts were once again tasked with responding to the increasingly commonplace horror of a mass shooting. Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers acknowledged the gravity of the situation by setting aside humor. "I simply do not understand why...
Like many late-night hosts Monday, Conan O’Brien admitted that customarily, his job is to make people laugh but sometimes it’s simply impossible. “Sometimes, events are so horrifying and bleak that to come out here and tell jokes is not really possible,” he explained to the...
In what has become a sadly familiar ritual over the years, last night's late-night hosts kicked off their broadcasts by addressing Sunday's mass-shooting in Orlando. Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, and Conan O'Brien called for stricter gun control, while Larry Wilmore and Seth Meyers excoriated Donald Trump for his self-congratulatory response. Show More Summary
Conan O’Brien used his opening monologue on Monday night to express grief about the victims of the Orlando massacre and call for a ban on assault weapons. Said O’Brien: “Sometimes events are so horrifying and bleak that to come out… Read The post Conan O’Brien Blasts Assault Weapons in Angry, Emotional Opening Monologue: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
It's hard to believe a show that occasionally features a masturbating bear could have the most poignant response to the deadliest shooting in the U.S. that occurred in Orlando, but that's what happened Monday night. In an uncharacteristic...Show More Summary
Conan O'Brien was just one of the late-night hosts to take time out from his funny show to get serious and address the horrific mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando late Saturday night, which left at least 49 people dead and is...Show More Summary
Conan O'Brien opened his talk show on Monday night by saying he is not a “pundit or an expert.” But the comedian is a father of two, and it was as a father of two that he spoke to his viewers in his monologue. Eschewing jokes for a change,...Show More Summary
Conan O’Brien had a rare moment of seriousness Monday night in the wake of the Orlando shootings. While he’s far from the only person to address the tragedy, he offered more than thoughts and prayers or a moment of silence. After explaining...Show More Summary
Conan O'Brien is not one of our more political late night personalities, but the host broke form on Monday, opening his show by discussing Sunday's devastating massacre at an Orlando gay nightclub. O'Brien explained: "Our goal, obviously, night after night, is to be funny and silly... however, sometimes events ... More »
The late-night host rarely shares his personal opinions, but after the horrific killings in Orlando, he spoke out.
Late-night host Conan O’Brien rarely shares his personal opinions about current events. But after the horrific mass shooting in Orlando over the weekend that left at least 49 people dead and injured 53 others, O’Brien devoted his Monday night monologue to a call for the end of semi-automatic assault rifle sales. Here’s a partial transcript from […]