Conan O'Brien has been doing his show live in Chicago for the past week and what trip to Chicago would be complete without a visit to the famous Weiner Circle. The Weiner Circle is known for its tasty hot dogs (and its rude workers who berate the customers). So as an experiment, Conan sent two people to try it out. The nicest person he knows - '30 Rock' star Jack McBrayer - and the meanest person he knows - Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog. Hilarity ensues.
For all you high school seniors about to head off to college after this summer, you may be nervous about the new experience or sad that you're leaving your hometown friends behind, but let me tell you this: college is awesome. You will have a lot of fun. And if you're anything like the students at The California Institute of the Arts, you'll get to see 'Community' star Alison Brie walk around naked.
We have to wait until after summer until 'Downton Abbey' officially returns for Season 3 but if you can't wait that long, Jimmy Fallon brought back his 'Downton Abbey' parody "Downton Sixbey" (named after their 30 Rock studio, 6B). Brooke Shields and Fred Armisen return and bring with them a special guest: Questlove.
As previously mentioned, neither NBC nor 'Saturday Night Live' would formally confirm the departures of cast members Andy Samberg or Kristen Wiig, but last night's Mick Jagger-hosted episode, was all the confirmation you'll need.
In the last sketch of the night, a very loosely staged graduation piece with Mick Jagger playing himself as the principal of...OK it doesn't really make sense as a sketch. But as an emotional goodbye to 'SNL's MVP Kristen Wiig, it was brilliant.
Neither NBC nor 'Saturday Night Live' would confirm (and no specific mention was made on the show last night) the departures of stars Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg and Jason Sudeikis. But by all accounts, last night's Mick Jagger-hosted episode acting as a send-off for the long-time vets. For his last Digital Short, Samberg took it back to where it began with a sequel to the mega-hit "Lazy Sunday."
Last night, Conan O'Brien visited 'The Late Show With David Letterman' - his first appearance on that show in over 13 years and his first late-night appearance since being fired as host of 'The Tonight Show.' Naturally with their combined dislike of Jay Leno, you could see where the interview would be going...