- Comedian and TV star Conan O’Brien have great advice. Sincerely for viewers who say goodbye to nighttime tv.
- The 58-year-old comedian and chat show presenter said goodbye on Thursday (31/1).
He said, “My advice to anyone watching now – and it’s not easy, it’s not easy, but give it a try; try to do what you love with your loved ones. “If you can handle it, that’s the definition of heaven on earth.” Conan laughs early in the evening when he begins the episode with his final opening monologue.
He teased, “It’s hard to say this is our last TBS show. I have watched more than 4,000 hours of television in my life. “And every night, I always say, ‘We had an outstanding show tonight.’ And I must tell you that I have lied many times. “But tonight – we had a great show tonight,” he promised the crowd. “And if not, what will you do? But, yes, I’ve been gone a long time.”
The night’s guests were Jack Black and Will Ferrell, jokingly congratulating Max on his upcoming weekly show on HBO. He said, “Hey, Conan! Conan!” Congratulations on an excellent performance on your HBO Max show. “People will say six episodes isn’t much, but you’ve had enough fun in it for eight.”
The actor and rocker Tenacious D Black remembers making his first appearance late at night on Conan’s shows. He said, “I was so scared. I was freaking out, I’ve never been in front of a late-night crowd, and you’re so intelligent, funny, and kind. “It was a great way to have fun getting into the world of late-night TV, and I will always feel a special connection to you and subservient to you.”