Articles in the category Conan O’Brien

Follow Me, Conan O’Brien!

Ever since Conan O’Brien started his own Twitter account, the world of tweeting has never been the same.

Follow Conan O’ Brien On Twitter!

What better way to remind the world that you are still alive than to put up a Twitter account. Conan O’Brien is currently “in between jobs,” so he decided to be more productive about his free time by joining Twitter.

Jay Leno’s Explosive Cover

I was hoping they’d put Conan O’Brien on the cover, but I guess he’s had his fair share of media attention for the past few weeks. It’s Jay Leno’s turn. Entertainment Weekly featured the Jay Leno Show host on this week’s cover. Their cover blurb, “TV’s 50 Biggest Bombs Ever” caught readers’ attention in the […]

Conan’s Farewell Highlights

Did you miss Conan O’Brien’s final episode of The Tonight Show last Friday night? Think of it as the crucial NBA game that you missed, and I’m bringing you the highlights. 1. The ratings skyrocketed. Starpulse reported that Conan “scored a 7.0 rating for his farewell appearance on NBC Friday, compared to a 2.5 rating […]

Conan Bids Adieu to NBC

It’s official. The Tonight Show’s infamous host is finally leaving NBC, ending the comedy shuffle hullabaloo. According to USA Today, Conan’s exit was officially announced by NBC’s Meredith Vieira early Thursday. January 18, 2010—Conan O’Brien showed his support for his fans as he ran with the crowd from Lankershim Blvd. to Universal Studios on foot. […]

Conan O’Brien: Read Between The Lines

If you’ve been following the NBC late night comedy shuffle crisis, then you probably already heard that Conan isn’t happy. For those who aren’t familiar with the O’Brien-Leno-Fallon hullaballoo, then here’s a news clip that sums it up: And funnyman Conan has a lot to say about the matter. In fact, he released a lengthy […]

Conan O’Brien Cracks His Head

Literally. During a taping of his show, he injured his head while performing a stunt. Sources say he is okay, and that he was cracking jokes even while en route to the hospital. We’ll see you soon, Conan.

Leno Says Goodbye To Tonight

After 17 years of hosting the Tonight Show, Jay Leno has said goodbye. In an emotional leave taking, Jay Leno hosted the last show and had his replacement Conan O’Brien as the last guest. This is the end of an era, and perhaps the beginning of a new one.

Happy Birthday To Conan O’Brien!

Not everyone loves this redheaded talk show host but he does have his appeal, don’t you think? Anyway, he celebrated his birthday – the 46th – on Sunday. Greetings to the redheaded one!