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Running back Marshawn Lynch #24 of the Seattle Seahawks arrives to a Super Bowl XLIX media availability at the Arizona Grand Hotel on January 29, 2015 in Chandler, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Watch Marshawn Lynch Jump Backwards into a Pit of Skittles on Conan O’Brien

Conan O’Brien decided to make a lifelong dream come true for Marshawn Lynch last night.


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Interview: Conan O’Brien, From Cuba to Comic-Con

“We went and we didn’t know what we were going to get, what we were going to find. But I knew going into it that I wanted the joke to be on me, I wanted to see if I could make the Cuban people laugh,” O’Brien says of his trip.


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This Week In Late Night TV: Daft Punk, Earl Sweatshirt, and Joan Jett

This week (Aug. 5-9), the late-night television lineup sees a rare appearance by Daft Punk as well as rocker Joan Jett, hip-hopper Earl Sweatshirt, and country artists Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen, and Florida Georgia Line.


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This Week In Late Night TV: Robin Thicke, Backstreet Boys & The Kopecky Family Band

This week, July 29 – August 2, Robin Thicke sings about naughty parts, Backstreet show they’ve still got it and the Kopecky Family Band represent Nashville’s indie scene.


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Conan O’Brien Points Out That Taylor Swift’s ’22’ Isn’t An ‘Accurate Representation’

“I didn’t see any Ramen Noodles in that video ’cause that’s all you’re eating when you’re 22,” Conan joked


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This Week In Late Night TV: Kanye West, Pistol Annies, De La Soul With The Roots

This week, May 13-19, rap legends will meet when De La Soul perform alongside the Roots; Kanye West will make known his new, possibly screamy material; and Kurt Vile will bring stoner rock to the masses.


Iggy Pop does his thing. (Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

This Week In Late Night TV: The Stooges, Johnny Marr & Kacey Musgraves

This week’s TV lineup reinforces the idea that has emerged over the past month: Late night shows love legacy artists.