Bruce Willis, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Dropkick Murphys. Comedy bits included "Late Night Winter Olympics Small Talk Moment," "Late Night Torch of Apathy," and casting for the 2006 Winter Olympics made-for-TV movie.
After mentioning about the poor ratings and lack of interest, Conan and Max converse about the 2006 Winter Olympics that aired on NBC before exchanging awkward stares in the "Late Night NBC Winter Olympics Small Talk Moment."
Continuing on the idea that many Americans were apathetic and indifferent on the 2006 Winter Olympics, Conan announces the passing of the "Late Night Torch of Apathy" from an athlete who participated in the 2006 Winter Olympics to a representative of the World Baseball Classic.
Despite lack-luster ratings the 2006 Winter Olympics provided many great stories and unforgettable moments. In order to capture these memories, Conan said NBC is in the early stages of productions for a made-for-TV movie about games and revealed the cast list. Such figures as American speed-skater Apolo Anton Ohno, NBC skating commentator Scott Hamilton, snowboarder Shaun White, NBC Olympics' anchor Bob Costas, figure skater Michelle Kwan, broadcaster Jim Lampley, skier Bode Miller, figure skater Sasha Cohen, Germany's sharpshooting biathlon ace Michael Greis, male figure skaters Timothy Goebel and Alexi Yagudin and gold-medalist speed skater Shawnie Davis were all featured in the castings.