During Conan O'Brien's show Tuesday, sidekick Andy Richter advertised a limited-time offer in which he, comedian Deon Cole, the Basic Cable Band and George Takei will tell your family you're gay.
When Newsweek published a cover this week that declared Obama America's "first gay president" after he came out in favor of same-sex marriage, it raised some eyebrows. On Tuesday, comedian Bill Maher addressed the controversial cover during an interview with Conan O'Brien.
Late night chatterbox Conan O’Brien, whose career woes briefly made him the perfect entertainer for a nation of unemployed people, is headed back to work. TBS, which already has a late night show helmed by George Lopez, managed to secure the rights to Conan’s yuk-yuks ahead of Fox.
NBC's "Tonight Show" meltdown has given plenty of fodder to the network's late night competitors, who, for the most part, seem to side with Conan O'Brien over Jay Leno.
Until they shut him down, "Tonight Show" host Conan O'Brien is free to spend NBC's millions doing things like dressing up the world's most expensive car as a mouse and giving it a Rolling Stones theme song. This may be a bit unseemly in the middle of an economic meltdown, but as revenge goes, it's pretty sweet.
William Shatner is back with bongos in tow to read through more of Sarah Palin's "poetry," also known as her Twitter posts.