Conan And Jordan Are Co-Hosting A Radio Show | Conan O’Brien Radio

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Published on November 17, 2023

On the premiere of “The Conan & Jordan Show,” Conan and Jordan discuss philosophers, pronunciations, and take your phone calls. Listen to the full episode @ https://siriusxm.us/ConanJordanShow11-15

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20 comments

  • mehdi jouay 3 months ago

    Conan + Jordan = Radio? I’m in!!!!

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  • Brian Boru 3 months ago

    Conan clearly loves having these arguments with Jordan , which is why they’re so enjoyable. Much more entertaining than the “ celeb” chats.

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  • Attila Morvai 3 months ago

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for beeing the greatest team ever!!!!!
    There is no one like you guys!!!

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  • Marcus Hernandez 3 months ago

    Conan…Jordan is right tho. Sorry bro. 🤤😬

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  • Justin Zanone 3 months ago

    this is amazing…. MORE MORE MORE MORE MORE

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  • WaitingtoHit 3 months ago

    I’m familiar with the voice of Richard Nixon because I am an American with a general knowledge of our major historical figures. I never sought out that knowledge. Perhaps I should add that his voice is a Hell of a lot more widely known than the ancient pronunciation of Greek philosophers’ names.

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  • Rainz 3 months ago

    Jordan is the greatest roast receiver of all time

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  • blm 3 months ago

    it’s pronounced ‘fronk-en-steen’

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  • PD 3 months ago

    Please More of this.. all day..every dya

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  • Riley Galitz 3 months ago

    I love this so mucheh

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  • Ace Man 3 months ago

    I was stressed watching both them going back and forth but laughing at same time.

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  • Peeks'n'Pokes 3 months ago

    New Jordan content? Today is a great day.

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  • John Hunt 3 months ago

    I figured they would call it, “Conan O’Brien Needs A Better Friend”.

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  • Endless Forest 3 months ago

    So Jordan’s pronunciation of Socrates and Aristotle sound Italian as hell… but they weren’t Italian.. maybe he’s thinking THIS is how they pronounce those names… but in Italy lol

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  • joram nowak 3 months ago

    Laurel and Hardy. Abbott and Costello. Cheech & Chong. Penn & Teller. Jack Lemmon & Walter Matthau. Conan and Jordan. Yes. This should continue.

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  • Joe Burgett 3 months ago

    To be fair, Jordan isn’t wrong about how you pronounce “Socrates.” In fact, some even spell it differently than we do in America. We do not even need to look to ancient greek to see how pronunciation would be for names or words used in ancient times. Several words or names would be spoken differently. Such as Socrates, for example. Where we say “Sock-Rah-Tease.” But it would normally be pronounced as “Soak-Ra-Tes.” A lot of “S” words followed by vowels had these types of differences. In fact, a lot of vowel usage was different in ancient times or even in present-day territories compared to American English.

    You can see this in several Middle Eastern languages over time, as well as in present-day. On top of some European languages. We say a lot of names or words incorrectly compared to how they should be said.

    We even have problems with words like “Zebra.” In America, we often say it like: “Zee-Brah.” But it’s really pronounced “Zeb-Brah.”

    We know this because Africans gave it the name and still pronounce it the same way they always have. It’s the rest of the world that gets it wrong.

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  • Dan B 3 months ago

    I will say most people under 50 know Richard Nixon’s voice through Futurama.

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  • Zig Ysosrs 3 months ago

    He is actually correct about the ancient greek pronunciations lmao

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  • Steve M 3 months ago

    Jordan thinks rattling off trivia rapid fire means he’s smart, and he’s incredibly insecure so he needs everyone to know he’s the smartest guy in the room.

    Then you’ve got Conan who is a Harvard graduate, which is actually BEING smart, but he’s incredibly insecure and won’t be put into a corner and made to feel stupid.

    And here we are.

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  • Elvis Tran 3 months ago

    Jordan said “So-CRA-tes” and they went on a 10-minute debate about the pronunciation of historical characters

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