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Oscar Winner Jennifer Lawrence’s Butt Plug Collection

Isn't it an exciting time to be alive? Joking aside, I do really love Jennifer Lawrence for being absolutely unafraid to share absolutely anything that comes to mind. ©Team Coco
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Adventures In Butt Waxing

Justin Bartha, of the hit "Hangover" movie trilogy stopped by Conan to discuss all the details of his manscaping and waxing adventures while preparing for a role in an upcoming movie in which he plays a hairless punk rock singer. You know, casual conversation. Ronald Weasley himself, Rupert Grint, is also in the aforementioned film about punk rock band The Dead Boys and iconic venue and bar, CBGB.


Dave Franco’s First Time

Dave Franco popped his late night talk show cherry with Conan last week, and the results were priceless. I can't single out a certain moment as being more worthy than any other, because Dave is just so goddamned adorable in this entire interview. He's particularly funny when it comes time to pitch his appearance in the upcoming movie Warm Bodies, though. Watch the interview below, in two parts.
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Music Monday: Iron & Wine

No doubt for most people the one and only song they know by Iron & Wine is their cover of "Such Great Heights" which Zach Braff featured in Garden State. I was certainly one of those people when I was younger that only associated that particular song with I&W. The difference was that I was aware of the song before it was featured in the movie, you know, because I'm so painfully hip. (Ha!) At any rate, Sam Beam - the creative mastermind - has released the fourth LP and it's rather fantastic. A week ago, the band appeared on Conan to promote and perform the third track from the album. "Tree By The River" is a wonderful throwback tune to the style and simplicity of late-70's folk. Particularly good use of electric piano and female vocal harmonies, in my humble opinion. There are a few more standouts on the album, particularly the first and second tracks, "Walking Far From Home" and "Me and Lazarus" respectively. Finally, "Godless Brother in Love" is wonderful as well. You'd be doing yourself a favor by picking this album up. I know I definitely have a particular taste in music *cough* indie folk *cough* but I just know you'll like it too!