Paul Rudd, Robert Smigel, Chris Klein, Hawthorne Heights. Comedy bits included Conan talks to a real audience member and "New State Quarters."
Conan mentioned that he has been doing the show for about twelve years and after so long, it gets tiring talking to celebrities who are just there to sell their product. He said that it would be nice to talk to just a regular, average audience member at the top of the show and goes up into the audience to the very back to talk to a person who fits that criteria.
At the back of the row the audience member than Conan picks out ends up being famed icon, Fabio. A brief conversation leads to Fabio listing the things he believes in and added that he "Can't believe it's not butter" as wind blew through his hair. Fabio's promotion was as a reference to Conan's statement of talking to celebrities only there to sell a product.
From time to time, the U.S. Mint releases new state commemorative quarters with something about the state on the back. Late Night managed to get ahold of the designs for other state quarters that will be coming out in the future. The states of Ohio, New Jersey, Utah, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Florida, Alabama, Indiana, Missouri, and New Mexico were all displayed in this preview of upcomming State Quarters.