Thursday, February 11, 2016

VIDEO Conan goes looking for love on Tinder

Conan O'Brien and Dave Franco use the dating app - with disparate results

VIDEO Conan goes looking for love on Tinder

Conan explores Tinder.
Conan explores Tinder.

Watch out, ladies. Conan O’Brien is available. Very available.

In this video, a romantic experiment goes terribly wrong, as Conan and Dave Franco (Neighbors) sign up for the hook-up app, Tinder. But first they must create profiles. Conan’s Chip Whitley persona, for instance, likes chai lattes and showering.

While Dave is getting match after match, Conan appeals only to a very specific type of woman. And he still can’t close the deal.

Stick around until they set off in their Tinder van, Brown Lightning, to meet a lady interested in Dave. As for Conan the night ends bicuriosuly. Maybe he enrolled on the gay site, Grindr, by mistake.

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