Creator of the Insanity Workout and Hip Hop Abs, Shaun T stops by to give Conan a workout. We don't think we have hip-hop abs; they're probably closer to "smooth jazz abs."
Das Racist plays a cut off their new album, Relax. That has to be the first time we've written the words "racist" and "relax" in the same sentence.
"Castle" star Nathan Fillion should give lessons on how to be the perfect charming rogue. Step one: be roguishly charming. Step two: repeat step one.
“Your Family or Mine” star Angela Kinsey used to be a Conan intern back in the day. You can tell because even when she’s a guest she asks if anyone needs any coffee or lunch.
Music icon Morrissey graces our stage. Counter-intuitively enough, hearing Morrissey always makes us ecstatic.
"Homeland" is an awesome new show about the war on terrorism, but we'd be lying if we said we're not hoping for Jordan Catalano to show up as an impossibly pretty Navy SEAL.
Nick Kroll plays a wide range cast of characters in "The Kroll Show." It's like eight guests for the price of one when he's on our couch.
The hilarious Michael Kosta gave up a burgeoning tennis career to become a stand-up. Occasionally he still grunts like a Williams sister when he hits the punchline.
Scientists have determined that the only thing cuter than Zooey Deschanel on "New Girl" is a baby panda on a boat of gumdrops. And that gets old after like five minutes. Advantage: Deschanel!
Harland Williams stars in "Back in the Day" which gets released in Indiana theaters one week before the rest of the country. NYC & LA, meet the new entertainment capitol of the world, Terre Haute.
Sure Laurie Kilmartin is hilarious and was a top ten finalist on Season 8 of "Last Comic Standing," but did you know she was a competitive lap swimmer as well? It's true! She's totally gonna teach us the Australian crawl as soon as she's done with her set.