Conan O'Brien has been celebrating his 20th anniversary as a late night host this week, and his website Team Coco has been uploading a bunch of classic clips from his stints on Late Night, The Tonight Show, and his current show, Conan. There are dozens of sketches and bits, some of which haven't been available online ever, but they'll only be on the website until November 15th. We weeded through all the Conan 20th anniversary sketches and put all the best ones below, including early work by young comedy luminaries like Bob Odenkirk, Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, and Louis C.K.
Check out all the best clips below:
Conan O'Brien is celebrating 20 years as a late night host this year, and in honor of that impressive milestone, he and his team at Conan have acquired some of the best clips from his two decades on the air. Each night this week, the'll be airing montages of classic moments, while extended versions of all the clips will be available on TeamCoco.com for a limited time. There are plenty of fantastic moments to relive, like Conan's trip to Ireland, and below, his attempts to hit on some of the famous actresses who have appeared on his show.
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