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That time Jennifer Lawrence talked about all her butt plugs on national TV.

Yo George: It’s great to see you drinking our tears on Conan and everything, but can you please just stop doing TV appearances and write the damn book?

Just in case you were wondering how that magic happens.

Whoa. Guys. We just realized that we saw Retta peform this same bit on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend in 2000. Seriously; here’s the video.

(via televisionwithoutpity)

Oh, Mindy Kaling, you can cast us and then take advantage of us a-ny-time.

In which Sarah Silverman debuts the gross iPhone trick that’s about to take middle schools everywhere by storm.

As Conan O’Brien discovered last night, any yoga is hot yoga when it’s done by Nina Dobrev. Especially when she’s using you as a human wall.

Just when you thought you couldn’t love him more, Parks and Rec star Nick Offerman read tweets from the likes of Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus while wielding power tools.

Less than nine hours until his show returns!

“It’s in the style of Lil Wayne.” - Anne Hathaway

You must stand tall, raise your heads high, and feel proud. Because if Harvard, Yale, and Princeton are your self-involved, vain, name-dropping older brothers, you are the cool, sexually confident, lacrosse-playing younger sibling who knows how to throw a party and looks good in a down vest. Brown, of course, is your lesbian sister who never leaves her room. And Penn, Columbia, and Cornell, well, frankly, who gives a s—.

Conan O’Brien milked Ivy League rivalries for laughs in his Dartmouth commencement address yesterday.

Really, to complete the analogy, Penn would probably be your relentlessly peppy, sorority president cousin, Cornell would be your underappreciated maiden aunt, and Columbia would be your snarky friend who works at Entertainment Weekly and has a Vitamin D deficiency… but who’s counting?

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