Patton Oswalt's new comedy special "Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time." We love comedy math.
On "We Need Help," Cheryl Hines plays an over-the-top version of herself with a luckless personal assistant. It's like "The Help" but with less racism and more celeb sex tapes.
British soul singer Michael Kiwanuka's new album is Home Again. Boy, between Michael, Adele and Duffy, the UK is cranking out great soul singers. Must be the bangers and mash.
Did you know that our friend Kevin Nealon was trained as an orthodontist before getting into comedy? It's not true at all, but doesn't it FEEL right?
Steven Yeun stars in the terrifying "The Walking Dead." We blame that show for making us afraid to go near barns. Or wells. Or anywhere outside, essentially.
Rocker Ty Segall's new album is entitled Twins. Please note that neither Danny DeVito nor Arnold Schwarzenegger had any involvement with Ty's record.
You'd think what with the election, we'd talk politics with the lovely and talented host of "NOW with Alex Wagner," but maybe Conan will throw a curveball & just talk Soviet-era rocketry instead.
Ellie Goulding's new album is called Halcyon, after the Greek legend of the bird that brings calm to roiling waters. Conan: come for the awesome music, stay for the anecdotes about mythological birds!
Jeff Goldblum stars in Wes Anderson's new move, "The Grand Budapest Hotel." That is literally all we need to know, thank you.
In "Divergent," Maggie Q plays a member of the Dauntless, a faction renown for their courage. Is there a faction dedicated to snacks and napping we can join?
The very funny Sean O'Connor returns to Conan. O'Connor, O'Brien--man, if the show gets any more Irish, we'll have to replace La Bamba with a pile of corned beef.