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Late-night TV star Conan O’Brien discussed the differences between hosting his talk show and his podcast, “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend,” for Variety‘s cover story. The comedian said the conversations are more intimate and candid without having a camera and audience present. “Big stars come in, they just dropped their kids off at school and you’re seeing them in a little bit more slice-of-life situation,” he said.

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