Conan O’Brien Crashes John Mulaney’s Five Star SNL Club Party

John Mulaney’s touch in Saturday Night Live’Their famous Five-Timers Club was not appreciated throughout His excellent opening monologue this week. But midway through the show, Steve Martin, Candice Bergen and the last five hours Paul Rudd appeared in their special coat to welcome the newest member.

“Congratulations, John, and let me be the first to say, who are you?” Bergen asked.

They were later joined by Tina Fey and Elliott Gould—but the biggest surprise of the night came when Conan O’Brien, who spent three seasons writing for the show. SNL but was only held once in 2001, was taken into the room after Martin complained that the club was starting to become “not special”.

“Someone said” not special?! ”” O’Brien demanded in rapturous cheers from the audience. “Look, John, don’t listen to them. This is very, very special. ”

Unlike Fey, who has gotten into acting outside of being a writer, he explains, “John and I were never supposed to be on TV… Because we’re both disgusting, aren’t we, John?”

And before it ended, even though it was midway through the show, O’Brien took the sketch by the horns and sent a line he never got when he wrote to SNL: “Live from New York, it’s Saturday night!”

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Russell Falcon

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