As Conan O'Brien prepares for his final Late Night tonight, PopWatch counts down five favorite memories. (By the way, I agree with Alan Sepinwall: Conan did goofy stunts during the writers' strike to emphasize how much he needed the writers, not to prove he didn't need them.)

PopWatch also tipped me off to the "Fred" phenomenon. Apparently if I was nine years old I would be all over this.

I guess I should probably link to the bit about Tracy Morgan's shark tank setting his apartment on fire.

Paste has a guide to the 2009 Oscars.

On the 10th anniversary of Gene Siskel's death, Roger Ebert remembers his former partner in criticism.

Slate has a feature on how ventriloquist Jeff Dunham became the most popular comedian in America.

The Watcher has picks from an upcoming episode of Lost, including the first look at 24 alum Reiko Aylesworth.

The dude from Suede thinks the Blur reunion album is an embarrassment.

Coachella fans are apparently unhappy with The Killers as a Saturday headliner and have some other suggestions.

TV Guide talks TV pet peeves.

Jimmy Fallon's first guests will include Robert DeNiro and Tina Fey.

The Village Voice lists six records that probably contributed to Touch & Go Records significantly scaling back their business.

Back when I was at OU, somebody caused a bomb scare by emblazoning his bicycle with a sticker from Florida house-show punks This Bike Is a Pipe Bomb. It happened again.

Pop Candy linked to Watchmen cupcakes (delicious!) and Watchmen condoms (weird!).

Finally, a new video for Ra Ra Riot's "Can You Tell" for your watchin' and listenin'.