Last night on The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien, the Molecular Mixologist Claire Smith paid a visit to teach Conan how to mix some drinks. As expected, hilarity ensues. Conan starts the show by asking the tough questions:
Conan: "So you have actual knowledge of chemistry, is that right?"
Claire: "Well, knowledge, yes, kind of."
Conan: "You just [...]
Following his Top Chef win, last night Michael Voltaggio visited The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien, and less than a minute in he got bleeped out. During the cooking segment, Voltaggio makes a dessert to show off his molecular gastronomy skills. When he breaks out the liquid nitrogen, the crowd gets excited, with Conan proclaiming, [...]
In the recurring segment "Andy'll Try It!" on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, Andy Richter tries random products like Bakon vodka and women's jeans. This time around it was Jones Tofurky and Gravy Soda, but Richter (wisely) passes and hands it off to the trombonist Richie "La Bamba" Rosenberg for a new segment called [...]
Last night on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, Conan tried to lure celebrities on their birthdays (Michael Dukakis, Adam Ant, and/or action movie star Dolph Lundgren) with a birthday cake. When they go for the cake, a box drops, trapping them inside. Bizarre:
What do you get when you combine Paula Deen, Conan O'Brien, Andy Richter (wearing lady jeans), and Gary Shandling into one late-night cooking segment? Conan drinking straight from the bottle and "Grab yer nuts!" jokes from Paula Deen. She also repeats a somewhat off-color joke about Jews that Gary Shandling told her that probably shouldn't [...]
While Letterman had President Obama as a guest, last night The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien had "Chicken" Charlie Boghosian, California's "deep-fry king," the man credited with inventing the deep-fried Oreo.
He made the "Zucchini Weenie," a hollowed out zucchini with a hot dog stuck inside, which is then battered and deep-fried. Conan, of course, couldn't [...]
Last night Megan Fox visited The Tonight Show and told Conan O'Brien about her favorite dining spots which included basically every chain restaurant out there: Olive Garden, Outback Steakhouse, Krispy Kreme, and Red Lobster. Either this is extremely well-placed contextual advertising, or Megan Fox has exceptionally poor taste in restaurants. A transcript:
Last night on The Tonight Show, Conan O'Brien showed off a gift from the Minnesota State Fair: a 200-pound bust made from white chocolate with bacon for hair.
Says Conan, "I've long dreamed of this. But I never thought I'd see it happen."
Update: @BaconCocoaConan claims the bust was made by the Minnesota-based No Name Premium Meats [...]