Conan O Brien has been holding 25-year talk shows and interviewed thousands of celebrities. But there was always one hotel as the worst.
On a recent episode of Armchair Specialist With Dax Shepard podcast, the TV host of the Abel Ferrara, American American filmmaker as the worst celebrity he has interviewed.
"Abel Ferrara was an ecstatic director," said Conan on the podcast.
"He ran during the show before his segment. He ran away, got on the elevators and was out on the street running away and Frank (the segment producer) gave track and capture."
The producer fired Ferrara back to the TV studio and pushed on the stage to be interviewed by Conan.
"He came on a camera against his will and then came out and I think he started rooting with me," said the host speak show.
Ferrara, who did Bad Raglaw (1992) a The Funeral (1996), has slipped his way through the interview and seemed interesting.
"Do you think it's poisoned?" Shepard asked.
"Yes, I'll sure, or not it, it should have been," said Conan. "I remember it was funny. If you ate 15 cloves of garlic, you would not say it was a great experience but you would remember it."
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Conan was less than another guest, and he suggested that a Missed star, who was roaring drunk.
"A member of the cast on a specific show where everyone has caught on the island has had a lot to drink and come out and you could smell it," he said.
"They think they are more insightful, they all laugh at what they say, and they have their paws take too long, but think they're killed.
"There are people who are constantly and reluctantly the form," he said.
Conan said her pet was harassed when actors came on and acted as if they appeared higher on a talk show.
"Only the tail that wears the dog – If I'm tough, then I have to be a genius." No, you is a first genius and then if the side effect is difficult then we will accept it, "he said. He said. "But do not be difficult in the hopes you may be a genius."
And finally, Conan praised actors from the UK who said he almost always made good guests.
"I've always dropped the guests from the UK; there's something in the water," he said. "They tell you a story, they turn yarns and it's lovely."
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