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The White Stripes 

Conan thanks the audience for the massive applause at the start of this final episode. John Mayer is seen in a video greeting warning Conan in song, "L.A.'s Gonna Eat You Alive." Conan ... See full summary »


Allan Kartun


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Episode credited cast:
Conan O'Brien ... Himself - Host
Max Weinberg ... Himself - Bandleader
Jimmy Vivino ... Himself - Max Weinberg 7
Mark 'Love Man' Pender ... Himself - Max Weinberg 7
Richie 'La Bamba' Rosenberg ... Himself - Max Weinberg 7 (as La Bamba)
Jerry Vivino ... Himself - Max Weinberg 7
Scott Healy ... Himself - Max Weinberg 7
Mike Merritt ... Himself - Max Weinberg 7
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jim Carrey ... Conan O'Brien in 'The Conan O'Brien Story' (archive footage)
Lynn Clayton Lynn Clayton ... Various
Will Ferrell ... George W. Bush
Matt Lauer ... Himself (archive footage)
John Mayer ... Himself
Andy Richter ... Himself
Jeff Ross ... Himself


Conan thanks the audience for the massive applause at the start of this final episode. John Mayer is seen in a video greeting warning Conan in song, "L.A.'s Gonna Eat You Alive." Conan shows a clip in which he releases Abe Vigoda into the wild. Conan shows a clip of his visit to an old-time baseball team that plays according to 1864 rules. Conan demolishes another piece of the set and has it taken backstage to be cut up and distributed to the audience. Will Ferrell enters as George W. Bush and praises Conan, then strips down to a leprechaun outfit. Conan shows a clip of a practical joke on Andy Richter, and then Andy himself shows up. Conan shows a montage of comedic moments from the show and then another one. The White Stripes perform the song "We're Going to Be Friends." Conan thanks the staff and crew, the Max Weinberg 7, Joel Godard, the writers, Lorne Michaels, key people at NBC, David Letterman, Jay Leno, the people of New York City, executive producer Jeff Ross, his wife and ... Written by Anonymous

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21 February 2009 (USA) See more »

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Final "Conan" appearance of Abe Vigoda See more »


Aaron Eckhart: [telling a story about cockroaches in his apartment] ... and we would kill the cockroaches with our thong
Conan O'Brien: [shocked] With your thong? You can kill a cockroach with a thong? You're the coolest guy I ever met!
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References The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) See more »


Opening Theme
Written by John Lurie and Howard Shore
Performed by The Max Weinberg 7
(Opening Theme)
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This final episode of "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" caps 16 excellent years for the carrot-topped host
6 March 2009 | by tavmSee all my reviews

With this final "Late Night" episode, Conan O'Brien said goodbye to Studio 6A, Rockefeller Plaza, and New York as he now prepares to go to California and take over "The Tonight Show" on June 1. During this final original telecast, the tall, pale, red-haired host showed his favorite segment of all: his interviewing and later playing with various members of a baseball team reenacting the sport as it was during its beginnings in the 19th century. Quite hilarious especially when Conan flirts with a shy brunette! As he had throughout the week, O'Brien then took apart his set and gave parts of it to the excited studio audience. The "surprise guest" that was promoted for this particular show turned out to be none other than Andy Richter who frankly was no surprise to me since I thought, well who else but the sidekick from the first seven years who helped Conan get over beginning nerves all those early days? Great to see them together again, not to mention all those clips like when Conan tricked Andy into appearing with Matt Lauer on "Today" stark naked! After final musical guest The White Stripes perform, Conan then thanks all the people who helped him in his success among them: David Letterman, Jay Leno, Lorne Michaels, etc. Our last image of him is of giving every audience member a piece of his set that was just dismantled by various crew members. Oh, and Will Ferrell also appeared during the monologue as former President George W. Bush before again stripping to his leprechaun undies! You've given us 16 entertainingly hilarious years from New York City, Mr. O'Brien. Here's hoping more from you in California in a few months...

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