Some of Conan's silly shenanigans included drawing a large penis on himself in a drawing class and playing farting sounds on a portable speaker.
Aaron Rodgers visited "Conan" to play the new "Assassin's Creed" video game, but the host was only interested in making Aaron relive his recent injury.
On Monday’s Conan, Joel McHale revealed that he might have started a legal battle with Angela Lansbury and Ken Jeong. McHale explained that in his new book, Thanks for the Money: How to Use My Life to Become the Best Joel McHale You Can Be, he wrote a chapter about gaining fame through starting a celebrity feud. McHale also had to answer for claims he made about his Community co-star, Ken Jeong.
A handful of "Game of Thrones" stars joined Conan O’Brien for his final Comic-Con episode in San Diego Sunday night.
English actor John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly in "Game of Thrones," stopped by "Conan" and shared that at Krispy Kreme he was asked, “Want a free donut?”
On Monday’s Conan, Conan O'Brien shipped out to Al Udeid, a U. S. military base in Qatar. First Lady Michelle Obama brought him along to bring awareness to her Joining Forces initiative and to entertain the troops. Conan wasted no time learning about military life on the base. He first met with a group in charge of training dogs to search out bombs and drugs. Conan asked, “What about Viagra or Cialis?” He then volunteered himself to be dragged to the ground by trained German Shepherd. The next department he visited was a bomb disposal unit. ...
Real estate mogul and reality tv star, Donald Trump, announced his bid for presidency on Tuesday, much to the delight of late night hosts everywhere. Conan O'Brien, Jon Stewart, Larry Wilmore, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, and many others weighed in with glee on Trump’s first speech, and are clearly looking forward to this campaign season.