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Conan O'Brien and Rebel Wilson plan 'Super Fun Night' at CBS

Conan O'Brien and CBS are teaming up for a "Super Fun Night." The network has ordered a pilot for a multi-camera comedy produced by O'Brien and starring Rebel Wilson (Kristen Wiig's Brit roommate in "Bridesmaids"), according to The Hollywood Reporter. She'll also act as writer and co-executive producer. //

Ricky Gervais Shows His Man Breasts on 'Conan' (Video)

In another stop on his Golden Globes publicity tour, Ricky Gervais stopped by "Conan" Thursday, where he shared a naughty story about Johnny Depp, made fun of Conan's cable home and shared an extreme close-up of his chest. //

RHoBH Wedding Planner Kevin Lee Shi Shi Shis on Conan O’Brien on December 20, 2011

The fabulous Kevin Lee (who planned Lisa Vanderpump’s daughter’s wedding on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills) gets Conan to shake his hips and recommends plastic surgery for the Lucille Ball-haired host.
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Conan O'Brien Gives Jon Hamm To Co-Worker As Secret Santa Gift (Video)

Conan O'Brien thrilled a worker on his late night talk show on Thursday by presenting her with actor Jon Hamm as a Secret Santa gift. The TV host joined in the present-giving and drew the name of ... //

Alec Baldwin Reveals Impression of '30 Rock' Co-Star Tracy Morgan on 'Conan' (Video)

30 Rock  returns to the NBC schedule on Jan. 12, but for those annoyed with the wait,  Alec Baldwin  delivered a fairly accurate impression of one of his co-stars on Monday night's Conan . After regaling the host in his cartoonish accents of a cab driver, Mayor  Michael Bloomberg  and a "dinosaur flying over Narnia" that sounded an awful lot like  Jimmy Stewart , Baldwin turned his attention to  Tracy Morgan . Read More... //

Conan O'Brien Officiates Gay Wedding for Staffer on 'Conan' (VIDEO)

In case you hadn't heard, Conan O'Brien decided to " push the envelope " on late night TV last night, when he celebrated the one year anniversary of his TBS show by officiating the marriage between 'Conan' costume designer Scott Cronick and his partner David Gorshein. The ceremony marked the end of O'Brien's visit to New York City, where the comedian hosted 'Late Night' on NBC for 16 years. Apparently, Cronick and Gorshein were already planning to wed while the show was visiting New York, since gay marriage is still not legal in California, but instead of marrying at city hall, O'Brien suggested they perform the ceremony on stage at the Beacon Theater instead. //

Top Moments: Revenge's Double Trouble and Conan's Reformed Bear... Or Not

Our top moments of the week: 14. Biggest Hair-Raising Moment: Just when we had gotten kinda, sorta comfortable with the American Horror Story players — Dr. Charles makes Franken-babies, Constance is the worst mother ever, Rubber Man impregnates attractive homeowners — a mystery pair of hands make an ... //

On the Scene: Conan O'Brien's Return to New York City

To celebrate his one-year anniversary on TBS, Conan O'Brien brought his late-night show to New York for his first broadcast from the Big Apple since he left Late Night in early 2009. And nearly 3,000 screaming fans were on hand at the Beacon Theater to give him a warm welcome. "I have not heard applause like that since they announced I was leaving New York," O'Brien joked at the top of his monologue. //

Conan O'Brien to officiate gay wedding on show, claims it's not a publicity stunt

Late night talk show host Conan O'Brien is trying to breath a little excitement into his low-rated program. And he'll do it with a tried-and-true gimmick, an on-air wedding. When the TBS program celebrates its one-year anniversary next week, they'll take their show on the road to New York's Beacon Theater. It is there that O'Brien will officiate the wedding between one of his long-time staffers and his boyfriend, Vulture is reporting. This follows the recent law passed in New York state allowing for gay marriage, something that is still against the law in California where "Conan" is taped. Show sources tell Vulture this isn't a publicity stunt, but that's hard to imagine given the fact that it's...well...a televised wedding and O'Brien is well behind other late night programs. O'Brien's show is only pulling a 0.4 in the coveted 18-49 demo, half of what Letterman, Jon Stewart and Leno are getting on their respective programs.... //

'Dexter' Video: Michael C. Hall Reveals to Conan His All-Time Favorite 'Dexter' Kill

Did you watch Michael C. Hall on Conan last night? It's amazing how one man can be so likable while chatting about such unlikable things. Conan hit the nail on the head (the HUMAN head? Ha!) when he described Hall's character as "creepy, but engaging at the same time." And the same goes for Hall, at least when he's making a disturbing joke or two about moonlighting as a murderer. When Conan asked which kill from the show has been his all-time favorite, Hall coolly replied, "I think of Dexter's kills as ... I think of my children, if I had them. I love them equally." Conan laughed, "That's the sickest thing I've ever heard!" Hall's been playing Dexter for so long that I don't blame him for cherishing his character's kill moments. As mere fans of the show, we do it, too. But Hall's not made of stone like Dexter Morgan, and revealed his all-time favorite kill was so disturbing that it even haunted his real life dreams. Find out which one in the clip below! Hall also talked about other disturbingly delightful things, like his biggest fan (she's 7), fans who ask him to pretend-murder them in photos, and how he initially researched his Dexter role ... by stalking random strangers. WATCH: //