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May 28, 2014
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American late night TV host Conan O' Brien is a favorite around FHM because he often gets to talk to beautiful actresses that don't mind showing off their long legs, was once a Simpsons writer, and introduced the world to this dance:

Currently though, our continued fandom is tied to a sketch of his that's extremely relevant to today's generation: Clueless Gamer.

Clueless Gamer, as Conan describes is where "I rate videogames, which is ironic because I don't play them well, I have no experience with them, I don't even really enjoy them. But who better than me?" Here, Conan takes on the role of a non-gamer trying to comprehend what today's biggest games are all about. And as you'd expect, the results are hilarious.

Here's an episode that featured a game that no self-respecting gamer didn't play:

 

The currently 17-episode series takes on a wide variety of games, from the big hits like the one above, Skyrim, Tomb Raider, and Resident Evil 6 to retro Atari titles and Kinect games—with the wisecracking O'Brien always having something clever to say. 

The series is a bonafide time-waster, and we encourage you to watch many of the videos for yourself. But if you're still not sold on it, below are some of our favorite hirits from our YouTube Series Of The Week, Clueless Gamer!


1) "Franklin died. You know what, I've known Franklin for eight minutes. Boo-hoo, Franklin died!"

 

 

From the episode "Grand Theft Auto V"


2) "My assumption is its sales are almost non-existent because everyone's waiting for my review"

 

From the episode "Grand Theft Auto V"


3) "You know what I just realized? He has the Catholic cross on his ass"

 

From the episode "WWE 2K14"


4) "I love The Rock's expression is sort of 'What are you going to do about it?' and mine is 'Why are we on this planet? Why are we here?'"

 

From the episode "WWE 2K14"


NEXT: Man-favorite Tomb Raider, up next!


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