Comedian and actor Will Ferrell feels awkward about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.
Will joins Conan along with trusty assistant Sona Movsesian and producer Matt Gourley to reflect on his unmatched commitment to comedy, sharing humble roots with Conan at The Groundlings, feeling good about bad reviews, and remembering the comedy bit Will performed on Late Night that got them both in trouble with Lorne Michaels.
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Will Ferrell’s new movie Holmes and Watson opens in theaters December 21st.
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