Watch Conan O'Brien And Dave Franco Hit The Town As They Get on Tindr

Did anyone make Dave Franco apologize for 'Bad Neighbors' before doing this? Conan O'Brien really likes to surprise people via apps. He's got a track record of jumping in Lyft cars with Ice Cube, and now he's taking Dave Franco out to meet people using the dating/hookup app Tindr. I can't imagine that they really need the app. They could just stand on a corner and scream, "We're Dave Franco and Conan O'Brien. Ladies, come to us!" but that wouldn't really be as funny. This is funny, as you'll see.

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Why? Because life is nice sometimes. Adding more support to the argument that The Simpsons is enjoying a late-life resurgence, the series just completed a three-day run at The Hollywood Bowl, showcasing all its best musical numbers with an all-star cast of Simpsons voice talent and creators. And what would that showcase be without "The Monorail Song?" Not much. And what would "The Monorail Song" be without writer Conan O'Brien? Not much, either. The song was originally performed by Phil Hartman, who was murdered 16 years ago, so Conan took it upon himself to perform the song that he wrote. There's also some fun banter about how the song has been the bane of Conan's public existence. I could go into further detail, but just watch the awesome video.


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