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4/11/2011
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We hope "NCIS: Los Angeles" star Chris O'Donnell gets into an Irish-Off with Conan; events include Biggest Family, Best Corned Beef, & Most Catholic Guilt.
Chris O'Donnell
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The rapper, producer and crunkster extraordinaire stops by to talk about music and his time on "Celebrity Apprentice."
Lil Jon
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This ingenue has played a definitive role in establishing the alt rock sound of the 90s and beyond. She's here to sing a song off her 8th album Let England Shake.
PJ Harvey
4/12/2011
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You know him from hit shows like "Hell's Kitchen" and "Master Chef"-International cooking sensation, Gordan Ramsay talks shop about his Fox show "Kitchen Nightmares."

Gordon Ramsay
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She played the indestructible cheerleader Claire Bennet on the hit show "Heroes." Now you can catch her in Wes Craven's "Scream 4."

Hayden Panettiere
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Ryan Stout is a stand-up comedian who performs all over the world. He'll be making his late-night stand-up debut on "Conan."
Ryan Stout
4/13/2011
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Dax Shepard stars in "Bless This Mess," which airs Tuesdays at 9:30pm on ABC.
Dax Shepard
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Anthony Anderson hosts "Animal Nation," a new talk show on Animal Planet. Little known fact: "Animal Nation" was the working title for "CONAN."
Anthony Anderson
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The Kills' album is entitled Ash & Ice , which also happens to be the name of our favorite American Gladiators.
The Kills
4/14/2011
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"Glee" star Matthew Morrison's big break came playing Lt. Cable in "South Pacific." But who would ever want to wash hunky Matthew out of their hair??
Matthew Morrison
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You loved her as Rory Gilmore for seven seasons of "The Gilmore Girls" - Now you can see her in the new Robert Redford film "The Conspirator."
Alexis Bledel
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Queens of the Stone Age have released their first album in six years, ...Like Clockwork. Ironically, it's been a long time to wait.
Queens of the Stone Age