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Actress Jane Lynch feels chosen and honored about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.
Jane sits down with Conan to talk about throwing a track suit on seething rage with her character Sue Sylvester on Glee, making film history with Christopher Guest, and going to where the love is. Plus, Conan asks for a favor involving a lost cell phone and a potential murder.
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Happy New Year from Inside Conan! The one and only Max Weinberg (Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, bandleader for Late Night with Conan O’Brien) joins writers Mike Sweeney and Jessie Gaskell to talk about how he came to be the drummer and bandleader for Late Night, scrambling to put together a band for his Late Night audition, some of his favorite memories of comedy appearances on the show, the evolution of his character getting creepier over time, and the origin of his iconic stare. Plus, Mike and Jessie answer a listener question about their funniest memories of the show.
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We are joined this week by the wonderful Awkwafina. She happens to be an expert on the 1999 filmic masterwork: ‘Love Stinks’ and we’re proud to explore these issues in-depth with her (amongst other things). Listen folks, it’s the first day of March and we’re all super excited about it!
This week Kevin and Michelle talk about multitasking, their trip to the keys, the biggest crab Kevin’s ever seen, condescending people things grown women aren’t allowed to say.
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Comedian, writer and actor Bowen Yang joins Andy Richter to discuss growing up with smarty-pants parents, the high school of SNL, and why your goals should be a process.
Today I sit down with comedian Nick Thune. We talk about Nick getting a parasite, rock climbing accidents, scuba diving, bad corporate gigs, Brody Stevens, and much more!
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Trawling for shrimp with Al Madrigal.
In this episode Joe and David receive gossip about a rugby tour that takes a twist and something found in a a cupboard
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Tim Allen has embodied enough different personas – Tim Taylor, Mike Baxter, Buzz Lightyear, Santa Claus – that he often doesn’t know which guy he actually is. But at least he’s no longer the directionless young man who made bad choices and ran afoul of the law. Tim tells Marc how he cleaned up his act and made it as a club comic before breaking out with one of the most popular sitcoms in network history. They also talk about how Tim’s emotions are running high as Last Man Standing comes to an end and why his new competition show, Assembly Required, is surprisingly out of his comfort zone.
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