Watch Artie Lange and Nick Di Paolo talk sports, drugs and art on Conan

By | February 28, 2012 at 9:50 pm | 5 comments | Audio/Video, feature slider, TV/Movies | Tags: , , ,

For months now Nick Di Paolo and Artie Lang have been co-headlining their own sports radio (and comedy) show for DirectTV. It’s been great to see Di Paolo helming a project he deserves and it’s been fun to see Lange clean and sober and enjoying his life. The duo stopped by Conan last night to chat about their show and its future, which includes a televised version. But Lange also talked about his battle with heroin; and it turns out he’s already got a few hilarious minutes on the subject. Check out the clips below.

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  • Cream Boi

    I agree with the dude above. Barely any Stern? Doesn’t make sense.

  • Cream Boi

    I agree with the dude above. Barely any Stern? Doesn’t make sense.

  • Cream Boi

    I agree with the dude above. Barely any Stern? Doesn’t make sense.

  • sternlover

    i love artie and nick. and i love laughspin. i also love howard stern, and often wonder why he’s not talked about more on this site. Stern is the johnny carson of our generation, and i would love to see more articles on his influence in comedy today. i love the articles on carlin and the other great comedians, but i feel ignoring stern is just ignoring good material for the site. also if you ever want to hear the best radio ever google search “artie heroin saga video” it is both funny and heartbreaking. 

    f jackie and baba booey to you all

  • sternlover

    i love artie and nick. and i love laughspin. i also love howard stern, and often wonder why he’s not talked about more on this site. Stern is the johnny carson of our generation, and i would love to see more articles on his influence in comedy today. i love the articles on carlin and the other great comedians, but i feel ignoring stern is just ignoring good material for the site. also if you ever want to hear the best radio ever google search “artie heroin saga video” it is both funny and heartbreaking. 

    f jackie and baba booey to you all