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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!'"

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?"

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.

Dana Carvey Impersonates Neil Young, Michael Caine, and More on 'Conan'

Here's a clip from last night's Conan with guest Dana Carvey, who improvises a song about band member LaBamba's weird new horn Neil Young-style. Watch Carvey impersonate Scarface, Liam Neeson, George W. Bush, Michael Caine, and more below:

T.J Miller Calls His Local Morning Show Appearances "Performance Art" on 'Conan'

Standup T.J. Miller has made a ton of bizarre local morning show appearances over the past year, which he explained last night after Conan O'Brien rolled a montage clip of some of his strangest local TV moments. Watch more from Miller's Conan interview below:

Conan O'Brien Hands Out Some More Audiencey Awards

Conan O'Brien decided to hand out some more Audiencey Awards during last night's show, celebrating the best in sitting, listening, and traveling to the future to stalk one's past self. As usual, the Audiencey Awards — now 75 years strong — also took a look back into the vault of classic Audiencey memories when Conan gave out the award for "Hottest Fox in the Audience with a Body Like a Brick House" back in '77.

'Conan' Prop Master Bill Tull Offers Some Budget-Friendly Halloween Costume Ideas

Fancy Halloween costumes can be a drain on the wallet, but during last night's Conan, prop master Bill Tull made another appearance and offered up some costume ideas that are more potentially offensive, dangerous, and/or deadly than they are expensive.

Watch "The Fantastic Mystery of Shaq's Penis" Starring an Animated Adam Sandler

During last night's show, Conan O'Brien debuted the above video "The Fantastic Mystery of Shaq's Penis," an animated take on a weird story about Shaq Adam Sandler told when he was a guest on the show last year: "He's funnier than any of us. Swear to God. There's all comedians in the movie — every time they do a scene, everybody walks away and goes 'Shaq is funnier than me?'"

'Conan' Gives a Live Run-Through of the CDC's New Ebola Patient Protocols

Conan did a great service to its viewers last night by providing live coverage of a CDC patient transportation run-through using their brand new Ebola protocols, which may or may not involve a swingers-only casino riverboat cruise and a chili cook-off.

Dan St. Germain Talks Breakups, Honda Civics, and Having Fun with Death on 'Conan'

Standup Dan St. Germain was a guest on last night's Conan, where he covered everything from his ex-girlfriend breaking up with him to take a job at Google to getting demoted from his art museum purse-checker job prior to a visit from Michelle Obama to his views on the inevitability of death: "We're all gonna die — have some fun with it!"

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.

Bob Odenkirk Reads an Excerpt from 'A Load of Hooey' on 'Conan'

Bob Odenkirk is currently on tour promoting his new book A Load of Hooey, and he stopped by last night's Conan to do a live reading as a shameless politician who calls a press conference to get some skeletons out of his closet.

Wyatt Cenac Feels Weird About Competing with Superstars

Here's a clip from Wyatt Cenac's visit to Conan from last night, where he reveals which big comedy star booked an upcoming show in Madison, Wisconsin not only the same night as his show, but in a theater across the street from where Cenac is scheduled to perform. Thankfully he already has experience competing with big name celebrities, which he describes in cringeworthy detail. Watch more from his interview below:

Jon Lovitz Looks Back on His Days as a Hospital Orderly on 'Conan'

Jon Lovitz was a guest on Conan last night, where he remembered his days working as a hospital orderly and the time he learned firsthand what a "low-slung vagina" is. Watch more from his interview below: