Conan O’Brien pieced another full cast together for the first time, when the group behind FX’s hit “Sons of Anarchy” visited the Burbank, California talk show Tuesday to bid adieu to their motorcycle gang series.
To fit in, O’Brien even created a new cold open and credit sequence for the occasion, unleashing his inner biker badass … which is about as tough and terrifying as you might imagine. Let’s just say when it comes down to a choice between a hog and a little girls’ bike, O’Brien knows on which seat he belongs.
Later, the late-night host debuted a heartfelt tribute to Charlie Hunnam‘s naked back, which had the ladies of Burbank all riled up. That said, they still were not nearly as vocal as “Sons” fans would be if creator Kurt Sutter used his fantasy ending for the final scene, which we won’t spoil. Watch the third video down to find out how the showrunner kinda-sorta wants to alienate every viewer he’s hooked.
Finally, in the fourth video below, Hunnam shared a tearful, highly emotional goodbye to Jax a day after the show wrapped.
During that touching moment, Andy Richter interrupted the “awwws” to say, “He probably stole some stuff.”
The audience — and “SOA” cast — needed the laughs. And yes, Hunnam did lift some stuff, he admitted.
Watch it all below, and click over to the TBS page for more “Sons” on “Conan.”
“Sons of Anarchy” airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET on FX. “Conan” airs weeknights at 11 p.m. ET on TBS.