Eric McCormack, Morgan Spurlock, Jason Mraz. Comedy bits included Pictures of a Typical Day of President Bush's Vacation, "In the Year 2000: The Mr. T Edition" and an audience member requests a Kosher show.
Conan mentioned that President Bush has been taking flak over his five week vacation at his Ranch in Crawford, Texas. In order to dispell the idea that the President isn't working the White House "released" photographs of a regular day of President Bush' vacation.
The storyline began with a private breakfast meeting with Count Chocula at 6 A.M., then from 8-10 A.M. he listens to KTEX's "No Repeats Monday" for repeated songs to win an Applebee's gift certificate. After that until noon he attends a secret daily briefing where Vice-President Cheny reads to him the new Harry Potter book, then at 2 P.M. he tunes in to "The West Wing" to keep up on what is going on in Washington, and other areas, including under the sea. At 4 in the afternoon he drops by Karl Rove's Texas home (which is very reminiscent of a haunted house) and finally at 7 P.M., the President turns in for the night.
Conan was joined by actor "Mr. T" for another rendition of the popular "In the Year 2000" skit.
After the commercial break, Conan began talking to Eric McCormack about a trip he took to North Carolina around Easter time and his cousin's resturant that serves pork. An "audience member" complained that he "ordered a Kosher show" - just like you can order a Kosher meal on a plane. Conan had a helmet where the audience member could "tune into" a Kosher show. Soon, after turning the dials for a while, he finds a "Kosher show" where Conan is replaced by comedian, Jackie Mason. He is joined by a rabbi as a sidekick and his grandson reading next weeks guests in a traditional Jewish Bahmitzva fashion. Those guests included such big name Jewish stars as Dr. Ruth Westheimer and David Lee Roth. Jackie Mason then handed the show to Max and the band, all dressed in Hebrew clothing.