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Obscure But Vital 'Late Night With Conan O'Brien' Remote Segments Every Comedy Fan Should Know

Conan O’Brien has no interest in being limited to the confines of a studio or even a continent. Out in the world, there are interesting sights and people to meet, and real human comedic moments that can’t be equaled by bit players in a comedy sketch. 971 more words

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Beard To Death

It’s been a season of hashtag-friendly character deaths on The Walking Dead; #Bobecue, #BethDeath, #TyreecesPieces and #NoahFuture. But no loss is more tragic than #RickShave. 751 more words

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The Masturbating Bear, And Other 'Late Night' Bits NBC Should Let Conan Bring Back

When Conan O’Brien unceremoniously departed NBC in 2010, the network made the legally understandable, but still unfortunate decision to bar Conan from using the beloved characters and bits he’d developed during his… 437 more words

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Here's How Adam Sandler Got Revenge On NBC After His 'SNL' Firing

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Until recently, it was a little known fact that Adam Sandler was unceremoniously fired (while also sort of quitting) from Saturday Night Live… 88 more words

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NBC Is Working On A Comedy-Centric Streaming Service

Despite their ownership stake in Hulu, NBC is looking to create their own subscription-streaming service with a focus on comedy for a few dollars a month… 570 more words

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Remembering Amy Poehler As Andy's Rage-Filled Little Sister From The Early Years Of 'Conan'

Before she was Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation, before she and Tina Fey teamed up at the Weekend Update desk at SNL, before she was a psychotic talent show producer in Wet Hot American Summer, Amy Poehler had another iconic role under her belt: Stacy, Andy Richter’s little sister in the early years of Late Night With Conan O’Brien. 273 more words

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Conan O'Brien "Satellite TV" Sketches

Back when Conan was on NBC doing his Late Night show he had a bunch of hilarious reoccurring sketches. One such sketch was he and Andy checking out “Satellite TV” channels. 85 more words

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