Show Schedule

March 10 - March 13, 2014

  1. Monday, March 10:

    • Kevin Nealon

      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?

    • Ansel Elgort

      Ansel Elgort stars in "Divergent," which is set in a future dystopic Chicago. The future's so bad, the Cubs actually have a chance at the pennant.

    • Warpaint

      Warpaint formed as a band on Valentine's Day. So, the next Valentine's Day, we'll just tell ourselves we're not alone, we're just waiting for our band.

  2. Tuesday, March 11:

    • Ricky Gervais

      Ricky Gervais stars in "Muppets Most Wanted." We're dying to know what Fozzie's like off-set. Is he always on or does he chill out off-camera?

    • Gillian Jacobs

      Gillian Jacobs is so good in "Community." she's like the opposite of the opposite of Batman.

    • Goo Goo Dolls

      We want the Goo Goo Dolls to tour with the Foo Fighters & the Who, just for the Goo-Foo-Who t-shirts. The Goo Goo Dolls'album is Magnetic

  3. Wednesday, March 12:

    • Aaron Paul

      Aaron Paul did his own driving for "Need for Speed." We hope he wasn't as method for "Breaking Bad."

    • Maggie Q

      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?

    • Ian Karmel

      Ian Karmel has a great bit about Girl Scout cookies. Welcome to CONAN, Ian - please bring us cookies.

  4. Thursday, March 13: Episode #501 (Originally Broadcast 12/4/13)

    • Ben Stiller

      In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" Ben Stiller has a vivid fantasy life where he dreams of doing fantastic things, including appearing on CONAN. OMG! The dream is coming true, Ben!

    • Evangeline Lilly

      In "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," Evangeline Lilly plays an ethereally beautiful yet fierce woodelf. Which sounds like Evangeline is essentially playing herself.

    • The Wild Feathers

      Every member of The Wild Feathers were lead singers in their previous bands. Think of them as all Lionel Richies and no Commodores. Their self-titled album is out now.