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Watch a Special Super Bowl Edition of "Clueless Gamer" with Conan O'Brien

For the latest installment of Conan's "Clueless Gamer" on the upcoming Mortal Kombat X, O'Brien decided to make it even more competitive by traveling down to Phoenix to review the game with the Seattle Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch and the New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski. Near the end, the guys teach O'Brien how to create his very own touchdown dance, which involves saying "Farewell, chumps!" and rocking the football to sleep.

Here's a Bunch of Old "Satellite TV" Sketches from 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien'

Late Night with Conan O'Brien was home to countless weird and wonderful sketches during its run on NBC from 1993-2009, and over the past week a YouTube user has been uploading old clips of the recurring "Satellite TV" segment, in which O'Brien would share with the audience some of the stranger channels picked up by 30 Rockefeller's giant satellite dish. Comfort your pre-Thanksgiving dread with the above clip from the "Peanut Suicide Channel," then click through to watch "Potato Judge Channel," "Camp Michael McDonald Channel," and more.

Conan O'Brien Reviews 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare'

Conan O'Brien returned for a brand new installment of "Clueless Gamer" last night with his gaming buddy Aaron Bleyaert, this time to review the latest Call of Duty game Advanced Warfare featuring a computer animated Kevin Spacey with "the eyes of a carp that's been in the refrigerator for three days." As usual, Conan isn't the most skilled gamer in the world, which leads to plenty of entertaining moments: "What's the 'go back home and go to law school' button?"

Watch Conan O'Brien's Heartfelt Tribute to Robin Williams

Conan O'Brien was nearly finished taping last night's episode of Conan when news broke of Robin Williams's tragic death, but the late night host still took the time to film a brief tribute to the late comedian. It's a short clip but O'Brien clearly is talking from the heart, and he ends the episode with "Good night, and God bless Robin Williams."

Conan O'Brien and Dave Franco Go on a Tinder Date

Here's a remote segment from last night's Conan, in which O'Brien teams up with Dave Franco to find a date on Tinder then meet up with them in their creepy "Tinder van." Gloria definitely missed the opportunity of a lifetime when she decided to turn down a meetup with Chip Whitley. Click through to check out some outtakes from the segment.

Conan O'Brien Visits the Taco Bell Test Kitchens

Conan O'Brien recently decided to use his power and influence to make some dreams come true for Conan IT guy and Taco Bell superfan Chris Hayes by taking him on an exclusive trip to the Taco Bell headquarters and test kitchens. Not only do they learn about the rich history of Taco Bell in the Taco Bell museum and visit the employees' "sensory panel," but they get to hang out in the "innovation kitchen" and create their very own Taco Bell menu items — O'Brien creates two instant classics with the "La Cone-A" and the "O'Taco."

Conan O'Brien Reviews 'Assassin's Creed: Unity' for "Clueless Gamer"

It's been a week since Conan O'Brien reviewed Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but during last night's Conan the "Clueless Gamer" segment returned, this time with a sneak peek of the brand new game Assassin's Creed: Unity. In only a few minutes, O'Brien gets pretty skilled at stealing fruit, staring at paintings, jumping into piles of hay, and collecting receipts: "In the true spirit of French spoken with a British accent, I give this a 'Blimey, guv'nor!'"

Max Weinberg and Conan O'Brien Have a Glorious Late Night Reunion

It's been nearly five years since Max Weinberg left his post as Conan O'Brien's late night drummer, but thanks to a mishap with current Conan drummer James Wormworth falling down an abandoned mine shaft, last night Weinberg got the perfect opportunity reunite with his old friend.

Conan O'Brien Set to Perform "The Monorail Song" at the Live 'Simpsons' Event

News came out last month that Hank Azaria would be hosting a live Simpsons event at Hollywood Bowl in September, and now the mind behind "Marge vs. the Monorail" is also set to make an appearance. In a new interview with Buzzfeed, Conan O'Brien revealed that he has agreed to not only show up at the event but also do a live performance of "The Monorail Song" from his classic episode. From the interview:

Two days before I left to come to England my phone rang and it was The Simpsons. And they said that they were doing a live show at the Hollywood Bowl, and [...]

Conan O'Brien Will Star in Syfy Drama 'Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda' Next Month

Here's a Conan web exclusive in which O'Brien makes an exciting announcement: On Saturday, August 2nd at 9pm, Syfy will be premiering a dramatic film starring Conan and produced by Roger Corman called Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda that will no doubt alter O'Brien's career path for years to come. Check out the announcement, along with the unveiling of the Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda billboard, in the video above.

Conan O'Brien Discovers His Love to Kill with Sterling Archer

During last night's show, Conan O'Brien's animated guest Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) insisted that O'Brien meet him outside for their interview, only to take him on a violent Archer-style high-speed car chase with some Russian mobsters that brings out a completely new side of O'Brien: "I just killed a guy! That's a sexual thrill."

The 'Conan' Crew Delivers a Heartfelt Eulogy for Larry the Pencil Sharpener

A senseless and tragic loss took place during last night's Conan when O'Brien insisted that crew member Larry quickly sharpen a pencil — a demand that ultimately led to Larry's death. Thankfully the Conan crew were able to throw together a fitting tribute to their most dedicated coworker. Rest in peace, Larry.

Conan O'Brien (and Andy Kindler) Wrap Up 1994

The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny programs waiting to be rediscovered by comedy nerds like you and me. Each week, this column will highlight a new gem waiting for you at the Paley Library to quietly laugh at. (Seriously, it’s a library, so keep it down.)

It's been almost two years since we've had an installment of From the Archives' unofficial recurring segment: Looking Back at Conan's Early Years. [...]

Conan O'Brien and Brian Stack Want to Make "Anon" a Cool Word Again

Here's a short and sweet clip from last night's Conan, in which O'Brien and writer Brian Stack state their case for why the word "anon" deserves a glorious comeback. It does sound a lot classier than "turducken."