Yesterday on Conan O’Brien, Will Ferrell (dressed as Anchorman character Ron Burgundy) sang Loverboy’s “Working For The Weekend” as a dedication to the notorious Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. In case you are wondering… yes, Burgundy brought his infamous jazz flute with him too. After he was done performing, the audience made some LOUD NOISES! Check out the video above.
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Earlier this month, it was announced that YouTube comments will be powered by Google+. This means that you will be required to use your Google+ to be able to make any comments. This move was extremely controversial and a petition was signed against this change. To make fun of the change, Conan O’Brien prepared a skit about it. “YouTube no longer takes anonymous comments, so all the worst ones have gathered in our studio,” says the description of the video.
Comedian and actor Aziz Ansari recently went on Conan O’Brien to talk about his new Netflix special “Buried Alive.” Aziz has already started working on his next special and it focuses on being single in a digital world. During his interview, he talked about the problems of how texting is ruining dating. Check out the video clip above.
Conan O’Brien recently talked about his digital presence on one of his shows. He pointed out that the good news was that he had around 9 million followers on Twitter, almost 4 million Google+ followers, over 2 million likes on Facebook, and almost 1 million subscribers on YouTube.
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Comedian and actor Louis C.K. went on Conan O’Brien earlier this week to do an interview. Part of that conversation steered towards smartphones. C.K. talked about how being constantly connected to a smartphone makes people less reflective and empathetic.
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Conan O’Brien has put together a segment that parodies the golden iPhone 5s. “The 5s is the first iPhone to be offered in the color gold. To achieve this aesthetic, we went outside our core team of designs,” said a fictitious Apple executive in the video. The individual that the video cuts to after that looks like a mafia member that loves to go clubbing. Check out the video above.
Recently on Conan, there was a segment called Senior Tech where a senior citizen explains how to use Instagram. The tutor looked at an example of his “grandson” that was having a lot of fun in college. He pointed out that it may look like the photo was taken by a Polaroid, but it actually uses a photo filter instead. The best part is how he describes what filters are available. Check out the video above.