CONAN O'BRIEN'S LAST SHOW
Saturday, February 21, 2009
It's a wrap. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" signed off last night with an amazing finale.
Conan started the show with a huge ovation from some of his biggest fans. He then welcomes "President Bush," aka Will Ferrell. He thanked Conan for years of "humortastical wonderment."
Conan then welcomed his longtime sidekick, Andy Richter. They remenisced over some of the shows funniest skits. Conan's only other guests were The White Stripes, who performed "We're Going to be Friends."
Conan ended the show on an emotional high. He set aside several minutes to thank everyone involved with the show. He also graciously thanked David Letterman and Jay Leno. Very classy. Conan got a little choked up as he told the audience that he "would never grow up" when he takes over Leno's time slot.
As the credits rolled, Conan walked into the audience. He hugged his fans and passed out pieces of his set, which he had chopped up earlier.
If you missed Conan's last show, you can check out the full episode at NBC.COM.
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