Oh, and Lil Wayne's there too, because why not?
Earlier today, Vanity Fair tweeted out a promotion for their big story on what's so good about current late night programming.
You may notice it's a real sausage fest in there.
To be fair, Vanity Fair did mention the lack of gender diversity in their story:
What's conspicuously missing from late-night, still, is women. How gobsmackingly insane is it that no TV network has had the common sense—and that's all we're talking about in 2015, not courage, bravery, or even decency—to hand over the reins of an existing late-night comedy program to a female person?
And they did mention comedienne Samantha Bee's upcoming TBS late night talk show. She, however, decided to respond directly to the tweet, imagining herself in the picture with the rest of her peers.
And then followed up with the kicker:
Really, a Samantha Bee centaur shooting lasers out of her eyes says it all.
Comedian Bill Burr is crass. And that's putting it lightly.
But for those who know and love his comedy—that is his appeal. Some people, however, didn't get this memo after watching his segment on Conan where he made some jokes about Caitlyn Jenner.
A few people on Twitter voiced their dismay at his bit, which focused mainly on him needing time to "say goodbye" to Bruce (Caitlyn's former name) and her new breasts.
If Bill Burr had an informed opinion on the trans community, it'd be different. Then maybe he could craft an intelligent joke about Caitlyn.— Jillian Gutowitz (@jillboard) August 21, 2015
@billburr I hope you realise how much of a jerk you were being about Caitlyn Jenner. you're a transphobic a hole ok. you're not funny— breanna perkins (@breisapenguin) August 21, 2015
Between Bill Burr on Caitlyn Jenner to Jeremy Renner calling Black Widow a slut, "Conan" remains the talk show to embarrass yourself on!— Tara Ariano (@TaraAriano) August 21, 2015
But if you actually look through Twitter, there aren't actually that many tweets condemning the comedian. This tweet exchange illuminates that fact perfectly.
Real outrage or people not understanding comedy? Meh. Probably a bit of both.
Conan O'brien is on a post-Comic Con streak, here. Especially since he was able to gain access to George R. R. Martin's home camera system.
And lo, we all learn what keeps Mr. Martin busy while his characters remain in some sort of literary limbo.
In a truly unexpected mash up of 20th Century pop culture, Conan O'brien 'surprised' Jack Black and Boy George with The Doors' guitarist Robby Krieger and a couple of microphones.
Without warning, Black pulls out some sunglasses and the two get to work, singing Hello, I Love You.
For such an utterly random collection of musical figures, the cover actually works pretty damn well.
Though, honestly, hearing Jack Black sing just leaves a deep hankering for new Tenacious D.
Looking as grumpy and mysterious as ever, Peter Capaldi plopped his big blue police box down on the Conan O'brien Comic Con stage.
He chats for a bit about his childhood love of Doctor Who and the fan letters he wrote for the first Doctor, William Hartnell.
Conan O'brien's decision to host his show from the San Diego confines of the country's biggest Comic Con provides him with some unprecedented access.
That includes this hidden footage of many actors looking to play Wolverine and replace Hugh Jackman, who's hanging up his claws after portraying Logan in about 2,000 movies.
For the more than 20 years he's been on television, Conan O'brien sure knows how to make an entrance. And this year's San Diego Comic Con is no different.
You can always count on Conan to do two things: Make fun of himself and roll with the times. He and Andy Richter pick the best and most self-deflating way to get from LA to San Diego — the Doof Wagon from Mad Max: Fury Road.