Show Schedule

August 1 - August 4, 2011

  1. Monday, August 1: 0123

    • Harrison Ford

      Harrison Ford shaves his head to play Jock Goddard in "Paranoia." Only Harrison can sport a smooth dome and a name like Jock and still be a badass.

    • Marisa Miller

      The beautiful Marisa Miller stops by to talk to us about her new line of surfboards. Yeah, you probably stopped reading after "Marisa Miller," didn't you?

    • Pitbull

      The Conan Concert Series wraps up today with a speaker-thumping performance by Pitbull.

  2. Tuesday, August 2: 0124

    • Shaquille O'Neal

      Shaquille O’Neal is a studio analyst for TNT’s "Inside the NBA" & the new spokesman for Dove Men’s "Journey to Comfort." We can only assume that Shaq’s shower loofah is the size of a Buick Skylark.

    • Brian Posehn

      Brian Posehn stars in "Immortalized," a show all about the wacky world of taxidermy. How often do you think they hear the old "No lunch for me, I'm stuffed" joke?

    • Seether

      Seether stops by to rock out. We're not much of seether; more like a sit quietly in the corner-er.

  3. Wednesday, August 3: 0125

    • Olivia Wilde

      Olivia Wilde is starring in both "Cowboys & Aliens" and "The Change-Up." It's good that Hollywood is giving her a fair shake despite her obviously plain and ordinary looks. Oh, wait, she's gorgeous.

    • Novak Djokovic

      Sure, he's the 2011 Wimbledon Champion and the #1 ranked tennis player in the world, but Novak Djokavic's greatest contribution might be to the crossword puzzle writers of the world.

    • Russell Howard

      Russell Howard is the host of the popular British television series, “Russell Howard’s Good News” and will be making his U.S. television debut with us. Man, all the good American jobs are being outsourced to foreign competition.

  4. Thursday, August 4: 0126

    • Jason Bateman

      Him?

      The star of "The Change Up" and "Horrible Bosses."

    • Noah Ringer

      From "Cowboys and Aliens", Noah is 14-years-old and has a black belt in taekwondo. Meanwhile Andy Richter is 44-years-old and loves moo shu pork. Even match!

    • Ron Funches

      Ron Funches stars in the new NBC series, "Undateable." Surprisingly, it's not a documentary about our lovelife in high school. And college. And now.