Show Schedule

June 3 - June 6, 2013

  1. Monday, June 3:

    • Ellen Page

      Ellen Page stars in the new blockbuster, "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Look for our grammar-themed tie-in "X-Men: Days of Future Past Participle. Look for it never!

    • Craig Robinson

      Craig Robinson stars in TWO apocalyptic comedies, "This is the End," & "Rapture-Palooza." Does Craig know something he's not telling us?

    • Myq Kaplan

      We think Myq Kaplan is a pretty funny comedian. Or as he might spell it, a prytee fuhne khomydyn.

  2. Tuesday, June 4:

    • Nick Offerman

      Nick Offerman plays Ron Swanson on “Parks and Recreation” & the pirate Metalbeard in "The Lego Movie." Even in Lego form, Nick has awesome facial hair.

    • Lena Headey

      In both "The Purge" & "Game of Thrones," Lena Headey plays characters that everyone is trying to kill. We don't know why, she's a very sweet lady.

    • Divine Fits

      Supergroup Divine Fits new album is called A Thing Called Divine Fits. Do you think Divine Fits are in a softball league with Chickenfoot and SuperHeavy?

  3. Wednesday, June 5:

    • Alexander Skarsgard

      Alexander Skarsgard goes from Viking vampire in "True Blood" to eco-anarchist in "The East." One has sharp fangs, the other wear hemp pants. Guess which is which?

    • George R. R. Martin

      After the Red Wedding & the Purple Wedding on"Game of Thrones," we're terrified that Conan & Andy may not survive George R.R. Martin's visit.

    • Houndmouth

      The new album from folksters Houndmouth is called From the Hills Below the City, which is also a fair description of where we tape CONAN.

  4. Thursday, June 6:

    • Danny McBride

      Danny McBride stars in the apocalyptic comedy "This is the End," As if a little thing like the end of the world could stop a man who can grow such a magnificent mullet.

    • Giada De Laurentiis

      The beautiful Giada De Laurentiis is probably the only person we can think of who can julienne 20 pounds of potatoes, devein a thousand shrimp, and still look like a million bucks.

    • Capital Cities

      Synthpopsters Capital Cities's new album is called In a Tidal Wave of Mystery, which is also the title of our Scooby-Doo surf fan-fic.