• @chase_what_matters
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    51 month ago

    I love Conan, but I am fatigued by the amount of “celebrity gets to travel, on camera” shows there are.

    • @[email protected]
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      1 month ago

      I really liked this one though, I learned nothing about any of the places he visited other than

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      Norwegians will sometimes let you lick them out of sheer social awkwardness.

  • river
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    31 month ago

    Some of his bits on the show go on past the point of expiration, for me, and I find myself frequently skipping ahead to when it’s over to the next section. I imagine someone who is a diehard fan of his podcast and doesn’t cringe as easily will do just fine with this show. But I prefer his late night form, or when he’s on the rails, vs this. While I disagree with the article, I thank you for sharing it!

  • @No_Ones_Slick_Like_Gaston
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    I don’t see it guys, powered through the first episode and could be that I’m out of touch, but this wasn’t imaginative and fun. Don’t think will watch the other episodes.

  • @distantsounds
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    11 month ago

    The Simpsons or Late Night is top Conan, but Must Go is alright compared to anything else currently being released

  • @barcaxavi
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    129 days ago

    Can’t disagree more. I feel it’s not even close on quality to his travel shows he made for the late night. The Korean video with the teacher, the German when he’s drinking with Flula, the Israeli one when he’s joining some group of friends… I can’t think of one which is not more entertaining then any ~8 minute segment of this new show. Still ok, but quite far from the best performances of Conan.

    I was already thinking about this before and I think having more tools, more time, more money is actually getting the worth out of Conan. He thrives in situations where it’s less of these and he has to be creative.