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Late Night: Conan O'Brien pays surprise visit to Jimmy Fallon

October 6, 2011 |  8:32 am

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Wednesday night, Jimmy Fallon was minding his own business when, out of nowhere (or maybe just the green room) Conan O'Brien waltzed onto the set of studio 6B.

"What are you doing here?" Fallon asked.

O'Brien explained that he was in New York and wanted to check out his old studio. "Hey Max, hair looks amazing, man," he said, mistaking Roots drummer Questlove for his former bandleader, Max Weinberg.

"You were here for 16 years. Then what happened?" Fallon asked O'Brien.

"Don't you worry about that, you're a young guy. It all worked out fine." O'Brien cackled maniacally. But enough with the chit-chat: O'Brien was there on a mission.  "I left something here, something important to me," he said, rummaging through the cushions on Fallon's couch. "I think I'm going to need it again."

To find out just what it is that O'Brien left behind, watch the clip below. (Hint: The prop master at "Conan" better stock up on cigars.)

 

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-- Meredith Blake
Twitter.com/MeredithBlake

Photo: Jimmy Fallon, left, and Conan O'Brien. Credit: NBC and Paul Drinkwater / NBC.

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