Conan Abruptly Left A Recent Conversation With Al Pacino | Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend

Published on November 1, 2022

Conan explains why he abruptly left a recent conversation with Al Pacino. Hear more from Conan’s interview with Colin Hanks @

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  • michael eli 1 year ago

    Just like his dad, I believe every single character he plays. Was blown away by his acting in Fargo and he stole that season of Dexter he was on. Just incredible!

  • Sanjin Gelić 1 year ago

    I hope Conan gets Al Pacino on the podcast. That would be great to watch.

  • Profound Wanderer 1 year ago

    Who tf is this guy?

  • Bob Kerr 1 year ago

    Tune in next week to see Vin Diesel on Conan needs a friend

  • nope 1 year ago

    Orange County is heavily underrated. Colin and Jack Black are magic.

  • medium sized spider 1 year ago

    They’re trying to defend Richter for his appearance in one of their skits from around 1995ish that recently came up as something someone had a problem with.

  • Ray Timpson 1 year ago

    And here I am still remembering Colin with bit in a Superego podcast over a decade ago.

  • Shoyu 1 year ago

    To be fair, no matter how ridiculous they are, I genuinely believe Vin Diesel can actually perform those car stunts. So he’s a solid actor

  • L C 1 year ago

    Quite the shadow he lives under. Very together. Great actor too.

  • Gizmo Mogwai 1 year ago

    Alex from Roswell High!

  • Em E. 1 year ago

    In the late 90s, an acquaintance and I ran into Harvey Keitel on a street in Tribeca (lower NYC). The acquaintance excitedly gasped, “I love your work!” Unexpectedly, Harvey stopped and stared with penetrating eyes and asked quietly, “Which of my roles did you like the most?” My acquaintance’s face went blank and then red, as she attempted to come up with an answer. Harvey’s expression turned subtly disappointed. He glanced at me and I said, “I don’t know much of your work, but I saw The Piano. You were brilliant in that.” He looked at us, smiled slightly, then said, “Thanks. Have a good day,” then kept walking.

    Lesson learned: actors are people and no one worth their salt enjoys empty compliments.

  • T-Dog 1 year ago

    Orange county was my teenagerdomhood

  • Gilligan McNeuter 1 year ago

    I thought Colin was great in Orange County What a hilarious movie with a great cast I didn’t find out until quite a while after that movie that he is Tom’s son I watched Bosom Buddies as a kid and I didn’t notice any major similarities between the Jr. Hanks and the dude I thought looked good in drag Also we didn’t all have the internet in our pocket 20 yrs ago when Orange County came out so he was just an actor (without an IMDb or Wikipedia page)

  • glenndoverryan 1 year ago

    It’s wild how much you can hear tom hanks’ voice in his.

  • reb1138 1 year ago

    Sounds exactly like his dad

  • MonkeyspankO 1 year ago

    Oh no! Cocohead upstaged Colin with that story. For shame!


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