The former NBC host makes a suprise appearance on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' to check out his old studio and pick up Triumph the Insult Comic Dog that he left behind.
Conan O'Brien has paid a visit to "Late Night" show, which he hosted for 16 years, when he recently had a trip to New York. His surprise appearance on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" that Wednesday night, October 5, was responded with a huge cheer from the audience.
Jimmy Fallon, who currently hosts the NBC talk show, quickly greeted O'Brien. The situation got awkward for a little while when the younger host tried to dig from his predecessor why he left the "Late Night" show.
When asked what makes him return to the Studio 6B, O'Brien replied, "I was back in New York, and decided I wanted to check out my old studio." The 48-year-old comedian went on explaining that he wants to retrieve something important to him that he left in the studio before he packed his bags for Hollywood.
"I left it back here," the "CONAN" host said while heading to a red couch and looking behind the couch pillow. "It's still here," he exclaimed when he found the important stuff which turned out to be Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.
O'Brien hosted the late-night talk show, which was called "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", from 1993 to 2009. He went on hosting "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" on the peacock, but it only lasted for several months.