Adam Scott explains the deeper meaning of “Ice, Ice, Baby” lyrics.
Secretariat on Craig Ferguson from 4/12/12 — go to about 3:23 for the horse part (by TVsCraigFerguson2)
An old-but-good clip of Conan O’Brien talking about theoretical physics and string theory with Michio Kaku.
For more videos from Kaku, check out Big Think.
The classic Louis C.K. clip from “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” best titled, “Everything’s Amazing, and Nobody’s Happy.”
Also one of the last great moments for “Late Night” before it went off the air.
Craig Ferguson brings out both Sid The Cussing Rabbit and Wavy The Waving Crocodile — from Sept. 6, 2010 (by TefaDevilAgain)
Have you never seen Craig Ferguson’s Secretariat? Dancing on four legs has never been so fun. (by spdj20)
Jason Segel of “How I Met Your Mother” and the Muppets movie, on how his love of puppets affects his love life.
FERGUSON: To me, America is like baseball. If I swing at a pitch and miss, what am I going to do, give up the next two pitches? If I swing and miss at this pitch, that’s just a swing and a miss. There’s no morality attached to failure. Failure morally has a moral component, but failure in a creative or professional sense is just information. That’s one of the big things for me about the U.S. Our kids, by the time they’re five years old, know that if they can hit a ball three times out of 10 pitches, they’ll go to the Hall of Fame. They know that seven misses or seven failures are no disgrace. That’s just playing the game. Beat that attitude!
PLAYBOY: That’s an infectious argument.
FERGUSON: It’s the core of my patriotism. And it’s a patriotism that has nothing to do with geography or even history. It’s a philosophical patriotism. It’s about “Okay, we screwed up. Let’s try it again.”
Julie Bowen doesn’t wear pants to “Conan” interviews and is testing the local department of child services’ patience.
Conan O’Brien once had a “Baby Debates” segment. Also a good video if you’re unfamiliar with Eddie Murphy’s “Party All The Time.” (by chalomirof63)