The longest-serving late-night host on TV, Conan O'Brien, is throwing caution to the wind as he wraps up his final week of nightly shows on TBS before launching a new weekly series on HBOMax.
So much so, that Tuesday night's episode saw O'Brien light up a joint made by none other than Seth Rogen!
"Don't smoke that now!" Rogen exclaimed, "Or do, this will be a great, weird show for all of us."
It all started when O'Brien asked guest Seth Rogen if he had any ideas of how he can "chill" during his upcoming downtime.
Rogen's response was rather unexpected... or was it?
The Pineapple Express actor pulled a marijuana cigarette out of his pocket and handed it to the host as if to say "this is what I do."
"This is the kind of thing you do when you know it's over for you," O'Brien joked, "I really don't know what the f*** I'm doing."
Without a clue on how to even light the joint, Rogen showed the host how to light it and he took what looked like one fairly big-sized hit.
He must have needed it...
"I'm so happy with what just happened," Rogen giggled as O'Brien laughed a little too hard in response.
Rogen and his sidekick Andy Ritcher then joined in by taking a few hits themselves, while in the meantime, O'Brien waited in anticipation to see if he'd actually get high from his drag.
Lets just say, we think he felt that drag...
Back in 2010, Conan O'Brien was fired as host of The Tonight Show...
He was fired after refusing to host the Tonights show if it was aired at 12:05am.
But with leaving TBS, he has a lot more to celebrate, and his last week before he exists the show has quickly become sensational.
The legendary Seth Rogen tweeted about the show:
"I smoked weed with @ConanOBrien his show and was legit terrified that I got him too high haha. (This was a surreal and shocking moment for me and was genuinely unplanned)"
Rogen's comments on his tweet were filled with people celebrating over the celebratory moment...
"I'm not even a weed person and this was still one of the greatest, funniest things I've ever seen on television. A historical moment for sure! Kudos, Seth!" one person commented.
What do you think about the humorous interaction?