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6/5/2017
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Sarah Silverman’s Netflix special is entitled "Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust." If Sarah’s a speck of dust, we’re a mere subatomic particle.
Sarah Silverman
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Shawn Hatosy stars in "Animal Kingdom," which centers around the Codys, a crime family that makes The Sopranos seem charming.
Shawn Hatosy
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Relaxer is the new album by Alt-J. And look for our new computer-rock band, Ctrl-Alt-Del, coming to a country fair near you this summer.
Alt-J
6/6/2017
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Ty Burrell stars in "Rough Night" alongside Scarlett Johansson, Zoë Kravitz, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell, and Ilana Glazer. Can we trade places, Ty?
Ty Burrell
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Just to impress "Silicon Valley" star Zach Woods, we’re gonna make sure teamcoco.com has optimal tip-to-tip efficiency.
Zach Woods
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Brent Cobb has written songs for Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, and Little Big Town, which makes us extra excited to listen to his debut album Shine On Rainy Day.
Brent Cobb
6/7/2017
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We're so excited that Nick Offerman and his mustache are here. Their new film "Hearts Beat Loud" is in theaters June 8th.
Nick Offerman
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Annabelle Wallis kept to a strict training regime for her role in "The Mummy." As a result, we won’t be making a joke here.
Annabelle Wallis
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Mark Normand is a comedian who has performed stand-up on CONAN six times since his first appearance in 2013. His Comedy Central special "Don’t Be Yourself" is available now.
Mark Normand
6/8/2017
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Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman" is SO SO SO good and you should stop whatever you’re doing and go see it right now. That is all.
Patty Jenkins
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Riley Keough stars in the psychological thriller "It Comes At Night." We’re not sure what "it" is, but we’re going to stay far, far away from it.
Riley Keough
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You didn’t hear it from us, but Laurie Kilmartin is our favorite CONAN writer. Her Seeso comedy special "45 Jokes About My Dead Dad" is available now.
Laurie Kilmartin