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Conan O’Brien Says Goodbye to TBS Show

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Conan O’Brien, the host of a late-night talk show, has wrapped up his own show on TBS after more than a decade on television, as announced last month. The last episode aired on Thursday night, during which O’Brien reflected on his experiences from the past 11 years.

During the farewell episode, viewers enjoyed highlights from the show’s history, including jokes and conversations with O’Brien and various celebrity guests. O’Brien was virtually joined by his longtime friend Will Ferrell, who humorously bid him farewell for his upcoming show on HBO Max and any future ventures if they don’t work out.

Ferrell joked, “People might say six episodes aren’t much, but you’ve squeezed enough entertainment in them for eight episodes.”

In a nod to his time as a writer on The Simpsons, an animated version of O’Brien was accompanied on stage by Homer Simpson for what seemed like an exit interview as an HR representative for TBS. When Homer seemed to have forgotten him, O’Brien reminded Homer that he is a talk show host.

“Wow, a dying breed,” remarked Homer. “There’s only like 800 of you left.”

Lastly, actor and musician Jack Black joined O’Brien on stage for some nostalgic moments. Despite nursing a sprained ankle, Jack Black stood up to sing a spontaneous tribute to O’Brien in the style of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way.”

O’Brien’s new show, which is currently under wraps, is set to start streaming on HBO Max next year.

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