List of Conan episodes (2010–2011)

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This list of episodes of Conan details information on the episodes spanning from 2010–2011, of Conan, a television program on TBS hosted by Conan O'Brien. A week of shows were taped at the Beacon Theatre in New York City during October 31—November 3, 2011.[1]

2010[edit]

November[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
1
"Baa Baa Blackmail" November 8, 2010 Arlene Wagner, Seth Rogen, Lea Michele Jack White
[1]
2
"Murder, She Tweeted" November 9, 2010 Tom Hanks, Jack McBrayer Soundgarden
[1]
3
"Dead Men Don't Wear Spanx" November 10, 2010 Jon Hamm, Charlyne Yi Fistful of Mercy with Tom Morello[2]
[1]
4
"The Mummenschantz Conundrum" November 11, 2010 Michael Cera, Julie Bowen Jon Dore
[1]
5
"Hickory Dickory Danger" November 15, 2010 LL Cool J, B. J. Novak Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
[3]
6
"A Fistful of Chowder" November 16, 2010 Harrison Ford, Rosario Dawson Reggie Watts
[3]
7
"The Equinox Equinox" November 17, 2010 Russell Brand, Susan Casey The 88
[3]
8
"Heavy Hangs the Fannypack" November 18, 2010 Jesse Eisenberg, Venus Williams The Decemberists with Gillian Welch
[3]
9
"A Prayer for Dick Butkus" November 22, 2010 Christina Aguilera, Zachary Levi Christina Aguilera
[4]
10
"Wanted: Dead… Or with Chives" November 23, 2010 Christina Applegate, Jesse Tyler Ferguson Maroon 5
[4]
11
"One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Dead Fish" November 24, 2010 Eva Mendes, Bob Saget Neon Trees
[4]
12
"The Turducken Kerfuffle" November 25, 2010 Jim Parsons, Steve Coogan Brendon Walsh
[4]
13
"What the Rowboat Saw" November 29, 2010 George Lopez, Chris Colfer Kid Cudi
[5]
14
"Satan's Kazoo" November 30, 2010 Charles Barkley, Drew Pinsky Bo Burnham
[5]

December[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
15
"Paper or Plastique?" December 1, 2010 Joel McHale, Tim Gunn Cake
[5]
16
"A Jeff Bridges Too Far" December 2, 2010 Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé Kardashian; Kevin Nealon Deerhunter
[5]
17
"One If by Land, Two If by a Slightly Longer Land-Route" December 6, 2010 Nicole Kidman, Charlie Day Lauren Pritchard
[6]
18
"No Time for Tetherball" December 7, 2010 Rainn Wilson, Roberta Mancino Christina Perri
[6]
19
"Do You Want Lies with That?" December 8, 2010 Ray Romano, Arianna Huffington Cast of The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers
[6]
20
"Zeus Was Framed" December 9, 2010 Sarah Silverman, Michio Kaku She & Him
[6]
21
"The El Chapo Cartel Saves Christmas" December 13, 2010 Gwyneth Paltrow, T. J. Miller Jimmy Eat World
[7]
22
"A Sleigh Full of Slay" December 14, 2010 Seth Green, Tim Meadows Broken Bells
[7]
23
"How the Grinch Stole Innocence" December 15, 2010 Amy Adams, Roger Waters Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
[7]
24
"Hairdryer: 1, Frosty: 0" December 16, 2010 Mark Wahlberg, Charles Phoenix Jenny and Johnny
[7]
25
"Fa-La-La-La-La, La-La-La-Murder" December 20, 2010 Aaron Eckhart, Mary Lynn Rajskub Beach House
[8]
26
"A Quantum of Kwanzaa" December 21, 2010 Kevin Spacey, Kristen Schaal Los Lobos
[8]
27
"The Mistletoe Manifesto" December 22, 2010 Jack Black, Erika Nelson Jimmie Vaughan
[8]
28
"Santa vs. Rudolph vs. Predator" December 23, 2010 Jason Segel, Shane Smith Reggie Watts
[8]

2011[edit]

January[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
29
"2011: A Spanx Odyssey" January 10, 2011 Adam Sandler, Donald Glover Guster
[9]
30
"Return to Devil's Condo" January 11, 2011 Javier Bardem, Rashida Jones Steel Train
[9]
31
"Voodoo or Voo Don't" January 12, 2011 Denis Leary, Ice Cube Tim Minchin
[9]
32
"The Monkey's Paw and Then the Rest of the Monkey" January 13, 2011 Ricky Gervais, Kaitlin Olson Cheap Trick
[9]
33
"Houston, We Have a Murder" January 17, 2011 Cameron Diaz, Dax Shepard My Chemical Romance
[10]
34
"A Fistful of Dollars, a Mouthful of Travelers Cheques" January 18, 2011 Jennifer Garner, Gabriel Iglesias Social Distortion
[10]
35
"The Conundrum Enigma" January 19, 2011 Natalie Portman, Chris Pratt Keyshia Cole
[10]
36
"Damn the Torpedoes, Full Greed Ahead" January 20, 2011 William H. Macy, Marc Maron Aloe Blacc
[10]
37
"Hello and Dubai" January 24, 2011 Larry King, Shaun White Iron & Wine
[11]
38
"Something Smelly That Way Went" January 25, 2011 Steven Ho, Patton Oswalt Wanda Jackson
[11]
39
"You Say Tomato, I Also Say Tomato" January 26, 2011 Jon Cryer, Nick Thune Motörhead
[11]
40
"A Renaissance Most Foul" January 27, 2011 Jane Lynch, Joe Buck The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger
[11]
41
"Who Will Cry for the Third Nipple?" January 31, 2011 Amy Poehler, Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim Randy Rogers Band
[12]

February[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
42
"A Finger Un-Pulled" February 1, 2011 Jennifer Aniston, Nick Offerman Peter Bjorn and John
[12]
43
"Rendezvous at Meet-Up Point" February 2, 2011 Kobe Bryant, Camilla Belle Jamie Kilstein
[12]
44
"Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Humor Truck" February 3, 2011 Lisa Kudrow, Mike O'Malley Interpol
[12]
45
"'Whisper,' She Shouted" February 7, 2011 Jeff Bridges, Nick Swardson Far East Movement
[13]
46
"The Unitard Dilemma" February 8, 2011 Craig Ferguson, Kevin Hart Red
[13]
47
"Octoparrot vs. Megakitten" February 9, 2011 50 Cent, Chris Elliott Ray LaMontagne
[13]
48
"Death Takes a Time-Share" February 10, 2011 Seth MacFarlane, Brooklyn Decker Dana Gould
[13]
49
"Beware the Gerbil" February 14, 2011 Justin Bieber, Claire Smith The Black Keys
[14]
50
"How Stella Got Her Car Back" February 15, 2011 Phil McGraw, Ginnifer Goodwin Cast of Jump City: Seattle
[14]
51
"The Asiago Index" February 16, 2011 Martin Lawrence, Fred Armisen Reggie Watts
[14]
52
"The Devil's Email Attachment" February 17, 2011 Martin Short, Chris Bosh Nicole Atkins
[14]
53
"Air Force One 2: Revenge of President Dracula" February 21, 2011 Ed Helms, Carmelo Anthony Chromeo
[15]
54
"If This Van's a Rockin', I'm Having a Seizure Inside My Van" February 22, 2011 Matthew Perry, The Situation Jason Aldean
[15]
55
"Hooray for Scabies" February 23, 2011 Jason Sudeikis, Brandon T. Jackson G. Love
[15]
56
"The Case of the Missing Show Title" February 24, 2011 Cory Monteith, Stephen Merchant Kumail Nanjiani
[15]
57
"The Double-Fudging of Vanessa del Rio" February 28, 2011 Marisa Tomei, Harland Williams Fitz and the Tantrums
[16]

March[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
58
"World War Wheeee!" March 1, 2011 Piers Morgan, Emmy Rossum Nick Griffin
[16]
59
"A Mystery Wrapped Inside a Calzone" March 2, 2011 Chelsea Handler, Anthony Mackie Mavis Staples
[16]
60
"The Rise and Fall of John Reisenphal" March 3, 2011 Emily Blunt, Martha Stewart Taio Cruz
[16]
61
"Captain Facepunch vs. the Punch-Proof Face!" March 7, 2011 Seth Green, Jayma Mays Travis Barker
[17]
62
"Seven Salads for Seven Brothers Who Are Sexually Attracted to Salads" March 8, 2011 Nigel Marven, Gary Oldman Drive-By Truckers
[17]
63
"Everybody Wang but Don't Chung Tonight" March 9, 2011 Pee-wee Herman, Edmund Morris Shane Mauss
[17]
64
"Excuse Me, But May I Murder You?" March 10, 2011 Seth Rogen, Brittany Snow Lykke Li
[17]
65
"Ninjas Don't Wear Corduroy" March 21, 2011 Sarah Silverman, Biz Stone Pete Holmes
[18]
66
"The Spatula Peninsula" March 22, 2011 Eric Stonestreet, Ellie Kemper Teddy Thompson
[18]
67
"And in This Corner… Gingivitis!" March 23, 2011 Vanessa Hudgens, The Miz Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
[18]
68
"The Lion, the Witch, and the IKEA Aspelund Underbed Storage Box" March 28, 2011 Jake Gyllenhaal, Randy Jackson Panic! at the Disco
[19]
69
"Hell's Cul-de-sac" March 29, 2011 Paul Giamatti, Olivia Munn Little Big Town
[19]
70
"Terra Chips at 30,000 Feet" March 30, 2011 Greg Kinnear, Steve Schirripa Mo Mandel
[19]
71
"Where There's a Will, There's a Dead Person" March 31, 2011 Johnny Knoxville, Kaley Cuoco Thompson Square
[19]

April[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
72
"Countdown to Crotchfire" April 4, 2011 Russell Brand, Khloé Kardashian Roy Wood, Jr.
[20]
73
"Grandpa's Secret, Grandma's Shame" April 5, 2011 Tracy Morgan, Charlyne Yi Infantree
[20]
74
"As Time Goes Bi-Curious" April 6, 2011 Danny McBride, Jeremy Wade OneRepublic
[20]
75
"Ding Dong the Witch Is Dad" April 7, 2011 Jack McBrayer, Colin Quinn Hanson
[20]
76
"A Man for 3 Out of 4 Seasons" April 11, 2011 Chris O'Donnell, Lil Jon PJ Harvey
[21]
77
"The Candy Man Can't" April 12, 2011 Gordon Ramsay, Hayden Panettiere Ryan Stout
[21]
78
"The Devil's Pre-Nup" April 13, 2011 Dax Shepard, Anthony Anderson The Kills
[21]
79
"Dr. No, M.D." April 14, 2011 Matthew Morrison, Alexis Bledel Queens of the Stone Age
[21]
80
"On This Day, a Chump Was Born" April 18, 2011 Emma Roberts, Damon Wayans, Jr. Scala & Kolacny Brothers
[22]
81
"Dial T for Misdialed Murder" April 19, 2011 Tina Fey, Sanjay Gupta Plan B
[22]
82
"The Boy Who Actually Used Algebra Later in Life" April 20, 2011 Tyler Perry, Morgan Spurlock The Strokes
[22]
83
"The Brobdingnagian Abyssinian" April 21, 2011 Reese Witherspoon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt The Head and the Heart
[22]

May[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
84
"Redbeard's Last Stand" May 2, 2011 Will Ferrell, Paul Bettany James Blunt
[23]
85
"The Container Store of My Discontent" May 3, 2011 Steve Martin, Atticus Shaffer Steve Martin
[23]
86
"The Twin Horrors of Professor Blurryvision" May 4, 2011 Eva Mendes, Dan Dunn The Belle Brigade
[23]
87
"The Umlaut Initiätive" May 5, 2011 John Krasinski, Blake Griffin Ian Edwards
[23]
88
"Typo Mysteries Presents: The Haunted Hose" May 9, 2011 Demetri Martin, Kat Dennings Amos Lee
[24]
89
"The Awkward Product Placement. Swiffer" May 10, 2011 Zach Braff, Judd Apatow Al Madrigal
[24]
90
"Untitled Freddie Prinze Jr. Project" May 11, 2011 Jon Hamm, Miranda Kerr, Kesha[A] None
[24]
91
"The Falcon Can Hear the Falconer, Thanks to Miracle Ear!" May 12, 2011 Magic Johnson, Maggie Q Jen Kirkman
[24]
92
"The Indiscriminate Highlighter" May 16, 2011 Zach Galifianakis, Sig Hansen Raphael Saadiq
[25]
93
"Fuzzy Wuzzy, or Fuzzy Wuzzn't He?" May 17, 2011 Norm Macdonald, Todd Phillips The Joy Formidable
[25]
94
"Tomorrow's Episode" May 18, 2011 Bradley Cooper, Chris O'Dowd Ryan Hamilton
[25]
95
"Murder at the Murder Trial" May 23, 2011 Ken Jeong, Rebel Wilson Yeasayer
[26]
96
"Mr. Smith Goes to Hades" May 24, 2011 Topher Grace, Melissa McCarthy Beardyman
[26]
97
"Willy Wonka and His Much Less Popular Beef Jerky Factory" May 25, 2011 Dave Salmoni, Kevin Nealon Ben Harper
[26]
98
"Do Not Go Gentle Into That Pink Berry" May 26, 2011 Dana Carvey, Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson Tinie Tempah
[26]

June[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
99
"Quoth the Raven, 'No Comment'" June 6, 2011 Ice-T, Breckin Meyer Flogging Molly
[27]
100
"Green Eggs and Health Code Violations" June 7, 2011 Flavor Flav, Curtis Stone Tim Minchin
[27]
101
"Is Anyone Paying Attention to These Friggin' Episode Titles?" June 8, 2011 Steven Ho, Peter Sarsgaard Death Cab for Cutie
[27]
102
"Wow! You Do Care About These Episode Titles." June 9, 2011 George Lopez, Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate Jessie and The Toy Boys
[27]
103
"Savage. Fred Savage." June 13, 2011 Noah Wyle, Riley Griffiths Anthony Jeselnik
[28]
104
"She Sells Sea Shells Made Out of Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers" June 14, 2011 Jeff Garlin, Sarah Vowell The Airborne Toxic Event
[28]
105
"It's Getting Hard Out There for a Pope" June 15, 2011 Tom Arnold, Mike Birbiglia Redlight King
[28]
106
"The Title Will Be Added in Later" June 16, 2011 Ryan Reynolds, Simon Pegg Kyle Kinane
[28]
107
"Quoth the Hipster, 'Whatevermore.'" June 20, 2011 Neil Patrick Harris, Emily Mortimer Tom Segura
[29]
108
"A Recipe for Disaster Casserole" June 21, 2011 Larry the Cable Guy, Cat Deeley Reggie Watts
[29]
109
"Me. Coli" June 22, 2011 Gabourey Sidibe, Rob Corddry Alison Krauss and Union Station with Jerry Douglas[30]
[29]
110
"What Happens on Krypton, Stays on Krypton" June 23, 2011 Adam Levine, Nick Kroll My Morning Jacket
[29]
111
"Are You There, God? It's Me—Your Loanshark" June 27, 2011 Jason Sudeikis, DJ Qualls Kesha
[31]
112
"Dragonpuncher 3: The Punchening" June 28, 2011 Elijah Wood, Leslie Bibb Gillian Welch
[31]
113
"An Atheist Named Faith" June 29, 2011 Liv Tyler, Mark-Paul Gosselaar Jon Dore with Rory Scovel[32]
[31]
114
"50,000,000 Connie Selleca Fans Can't Be Wrong" June 30, 2011 Tom Hanks Myron Mixon
[31]

July[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
115
"Death Gets a Paper Cut" July 18, 2011 Bryan Cranston, Chris Hardwick Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
[33]
116
"Length × Width = Tears" July 19, 2011 Seth Green, Marc Maron Tedeschi Trucks Band
[33]
117
"Hell Hath No Cell Phone Reception" July 20, 2011 Justin Timberlake, Jon Ronson Myq Kaplan
[33]
118
"One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish—Oh, God, My Whole Life Has Been a Horrible Lie" July 21, 2011 Lisa Kudrow, Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal Nate Bargatze[B]
[33]
119
"Hug Me, Sighed the Porcupine" July 25, 2011 Emma Stone, Jon Benjamin KT Tunstall
[34]
120
"The Devil Went Down to 7-Eleven and Bought a Slurpee" July 26, 2011 Adrian Grenier, Tom Felton Steve Byrne
[34]
121
"The One Where Conan Does That Thing" July 27, 2011 Kevin Connolly, Jeff Lewis Funeral Party
[34]
122
"The LOL from Hell O Hell" July 28, 2011 Jon Favreau, Jayma Mays Brett Dennen
[34]

August[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
123
"The Silvery Thistles of St. Lispmoor" August 1, 2011 Harrison Ford, Marisa Miller Pitbull
[35]
124
"Cut, Cap, Balance, and Boogie" August 2, 2011 Shaquille O'Neal, Brian Posehn Seether
[35]
125
"The Gentile's Bar Mitzvah" August 3, 2011 Olivia Wilde, Novak Djokovic Russell Howard
[35]
126
"I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Karaoke" August 4, 2011 Jason Bateman, Noah Ringer Ron Funches
[35]
127
"Cowboys and Aliens 2: Showdown at Glorb Ranch" August 8, 2011 Piers Morgan, J. B. Smoove, Steve Zampanides[C] Imelda May
[36]
128
"And the Wind Whispered 'Balls'" August 9, 2011 James Franco, Nick Swardson Steve Zampanides[C]
[36]
129
"What If the Title's Too Long for Andy to Successfully Fit It in to the Opening Announce?" August 10, 2011 Aziz Ansari, The Situation, Steve Zampanides[C] Nate Bargatze
[36]
130
"I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream When Our Elevator Plunges 40 Floors" August 11, 2011 Denis Leary, Sheamus, Steve Zampanides[C] Keb' Mo'
[36]
131
"The Decline of Dee Klein" August 15, 2011 Kathy Griffin, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Steve Zampanides[C] Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue
[37]
132
"The Dr. and Mrs. Howard P. Reynolds Foundation Murders" August 16, 2011 Anne Hathaway, Jason Momoa, Steve Zampanides[C] Sean O'Connor
[37]
133
"The Devil Drives Stick" August 17, 2011 Paul Rudd, Jessica Chastain, Steve Zampanides[C] Vanessa Carlton
[37]
134
"Dragon Tamer 3: Dungeon War 2: The Prequel" August 18, 2011 Louis C.K., Jim Sturgess, Steve Zampanides[C] Hugh Moore
[37]

September[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
135
"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Rabbi" September 6, 2011 Kevin Nealon, Aubrey Plaza Lindsey Buckingham
[38]
136
"I Know What You Did Last Lobsterfest" September 7, 2011 Don Johnson, Busy Philipps Band of Horses
[38]
137
"Eat, Love, Lather, Rinse, Repeat" September 8, 2011 Charlie Day, Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins[D] Foo Fighters
[38]
138
"Alex Trebek in Actual Jeopardy" September 12, 2011 Howie Mandel, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Alex Ebert
[39]
139
"The Title the Announcer Didn't Read Right" September 13, 2011 Roseanne Barr, Paul "Pauly D" DelVecchio Baron Vaughn
[39]
140
"A Streetcar Named Dr. Nathan Gluckman" September 14, 2011 Tyra Banks, Glenn Howerton Sklar Brothers
[39]
141
"And the Wind Cried, 'Harriet.'" September 15, 2011 Ashton Kutcher, Jeb Corliss Foo Fighters with Bob Mould[40]
[39]
142
"The One Hour of Footage George Lucas Hasn't Messed With" September 19, 2011 Ryan Gosling, Nicole Scherzinger Tig Notaro
[41]
143
"Quoth the Raven, 'That Is So Me!'" September 20, 2011 Simon Baker, Bryce Dallas Howard Matt Nathanson
[41]
144
"President Björk Saves the Day" September 21, 2011 Jim Parsons, Chris Pratt Grouplove
[41]
145
"The Murdering Murderer of Murdertown" September 22, 2011 Jonah Hill, John Noble None
[41]
146
"The Hunchback of Dekalb County Community College" September 26, 2011 Taylor Lautner, Kevin Hart Neal Brennan
[42]
147
"The Fluffer of Seville" September 27, 2011 Marisa Tomei, Casey Wilson Joe Mande
[42]
148
"The Day the Proofradar Quit" September 28, 2011 Seth Rogen, Kid Cudi Daryl Hall
[42]
149
"It Turns Out Stella's Groove Was on Her Head the Whole Time" September 29, 2011 Patton Oswalt, Mykel Hawke, and Ruth England Portugal. The Man
[42]

October[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
150
"God Never Closes a Door Without Laughing at You" October 10, 2011 Ty Burrell, Jillian Michaels Ryan Adams
[43]
151
"The Way to a Man's Heart Is Through My Multi-Level Marketing Plan" October 11, 2011 Will Arnett, Deepak Chopra Brent Weinbach
[43]
152
"Death Takes a Staycation" October 12, 2011 Steven Ho, Michael C. Hall Gary Gulman
[43]
153
"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on Her Face Who Was Unemployable" October 13, 2011 Sarah Michelle Gellar, Simon Helberg Dropkick Murphys
[43]
154
"The Day the Mirth Stood Still" October 17, 2011 Kaley Cuoco, Drew Pinsky Mayer Hawthorne
[44]
155
"Alibi for the Murder Andy's Committing Tonight" October 18, 2011 Ray Liotta, José Andrés Tommy Johnagin
[44]
156
"Karate Kid 9: Return to Nun-chuk Island" October 19, 2011 Tom Selleck, Julianne Hough All Time Low
[44]
157
"The Pretty Girl Waving to Someone Behind You" October 20, 2011 Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Steve Harvey Amy Schumer
[44]
158
"Footloose 3: Footloosest" October 24, 2011 Chris Colfer, Charlyne Yi Matt Braunger
[45]
159
"The Zombie Who Preferred Salads" October 25, 2011 Zach Galifianakis, Aaron Paul Switchfoot
[45]
160
"Enter the Enterer" October 26, 2011 Jane Lynch, Paul Scheer Allen Stone
[45]
161
"The Unbearable Lightness of Light Beer" October 27, 2011 Hugh Laurie, Kari Byron T. J. Miller
[45]
162
"It's the Great Pumpki—, No Wait, That's Just Conan's Head" October 31, 2011 Jimmy Fallon Reggie Watts
[46]

November[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
163
"A Tree with Dutch Elm Disease Grows in Brooklyn" November 1, 2011 Hugh Jackman Cobra Starship with Sabi
[46]
164
"The Mystery of the Recent NYU Grad Who Got a Job" November 2, 2011 Matthew Broderick Paul Simon
[46]
165
"Just Another Typical Gay Jewish Televised Wedding in New York" November 3, 2011 Louis C.K.; Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog; Scott Cronick and David Gorshein[E] None
[46]
166
"The Announcer Who Died at the End of the Announcement" November 7, 2011 Adam Sandler, Christina Tosi Joe Jonas
[47]
167
"Happy One Year Anniversary to Us, and to Lisa and Greg Drucker of Wayne, New Jersey" November 8, 2011 Julie Bowen, Travis Rice Maria Bamford
[47]
168
"Mime Riot" November 9, 2011 Joel McHale, Cheryl Hines Jesse Popp
[47]
169
"The Illiterate Merderer" November 10, 2011 Kirsten Dunst, Chris Hardwick Mariachi El Bronx
[47]
170
"The Postman Always Rings Ten Times. What's His Problem?" November 14, 2011 LL Cool J, Greyson MacLean Christian Finnegan
[48]
171
"Dead Men Tell No Amusing Anecdotes" November 15, 2011 Jeff Goldblum, Adam Scott Childish Gambino
[48]
172
"Siri Shows Her Boobs" November 16, 2011 Snooki, Rob Riggle Pegi Young and The Survivors[49]
[48]
173
"A Man for All Flu Seasons" November 17, 2011 Kristen Stewart, Jimmy Pardo Pete Holmes
[48]
174
"Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Me Your DVDs of 'Breaking Bad' Season 3" November 28, 2011 Jason Segel, Shaun-T Das Racist
[50]
175
"What Happens in Vegas Is Typically Pretty Sad" November 29, 2011 Nathan Fillion, Angela Kinsey Morrissey
[50]
176
"Bye-Bye, Albino's Alibi" November 30, 2011 Claire Danes, Nick Kroll Michael Kosta
[50]

December[edit]

Ep# Episode title Original air date Guest(s) Performance guest(s) Ref.
177
"Indiana Jones and the Temple of Wait, This Isn't a Temple, It's a Walmart!" December 1, 2011 Zooey Deschanel, Harland Williams Laurie Kilmartin
[50]
178
"The Bourne Ultimate Frisbee Tournament" December 5, 2011 Alec Baldwin, Damon Wayans, Jr. Yelawolf with Travis Barker[51]
[52]
179
"What the Butler Smelled" December 6, 2011 Sofía Vergara, Paul F. Tompkins Tig Notaro
[52]
180
"Tell My Wife I Love Her and Tell My Secret Wife I Love Her Even More" December 7, 2011 Michael Moore, Ellie Kemper Sean Patton
[52]
181
"Armageddon Comes to Quiznos" December 8, 2011 Jeremy Piven, The Miz Blink-182
[52]
182
"Return to A-Hole Acres" December 12, 2011 Rob Lowe, Donald Faison Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
[53]
"The 'Conan' One Hour Earlier Best of Spectacular" December 13, 2011
Compilation special
[54]
183
"It's a Wonderful Life Because of the Internet" December 13, 2011 Bob Costas, Nick Frost Nick Vatterott
[53]
184
"Miracle Whip on 34th Street" December 14, 2011 Christoph Waltz, Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson Deer Tick
[53]
185
"The Island of Misfit Roys: Scheider Edition!" December 15, 2011 Dax Shepard, Kunal Nayyar Dawes
[53]
186
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, But Only to Visit His Mistress Danielle" December 19, 2011 Seth MacFarlane, Elle Fanning The Klezmatics
[55]
187
"Happy Chanukah—I Mean, Hanukah—I Mean, Hanukkah" December 20, 2011 Patton Oswalt, Kevin Lee Joe Mande
[55]
188
"The Stockings Were Hung—To Send a Message to the Other Stockings" December 21, 2011 Charles Barkley, Marc Maron John Pizzarelli
[55]
189
"Christmas Eve Not Christmas Steve" December 22, 2011 Thomas Haden Church, Claire Smith Glen Campbell
[55]

Notes[edit]

A Although she was billed in the opening sequence of the May 11, 2011 show as the musical guest, Kesha did not perform; rather, she made an appearance as a traditional guest.
B Nate Bargatze's scheduled appearance on July 21, 2011 was cancelled. He instead performed on August 10, 2011.
C In the opening of multiple episodes in August 2011, Steve Zampanides was listed as a guest to appear in the broadcast, but in all instances his appearance was delayed to the next episode, supposedly due to time limitations. In the beginning of the episodes, he is billed as having a different unusual skill, such as "font expert" and "shark whisperer". His name did not appear on the weekly schedules posted on the official website of the show and no promotional links that referenced him were provided; given this information, there is no indication that he was ever intended to be an actual guest or is even an actual person.
D Although they only constitute part of the band, Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins were billed in the opening sequence as the Foo Fighters. Later they performed, along with the rest of the band, as the musical guests.[56]
E On the November 3, 2011 show, Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog was billed in the opening sequence as a guest to appear on the show. While the character did make an appearance on the show, he did so only in a video segment and in a cameo appearance during the filming of the show; he did not make a traditional guest appearance.[57] Additionally, Scott Cronick and David Gorshein were billed under the event "The Wedding of Scott and David" and their wedding took place during the traditional musical or entertainment guest segment of the show.[58]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Show Schedule November 8-12, 2010". Team Coco. Retrieved 2011-04-18. 
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