Conan and Team Coco say goodbye to writer/performer Brian Stack after 18 years

Brian Stack’s last day at Conan was Thursday. Stack had been a writer/performer with Conan O’Brien for 18 years, going back from the current TBS show through The Tonight Show era and back to New York City and Late Night. Speaking of NYC, that’s where Stack is heading to work for Stephen Colbert and his Late Show, which will launch in September.

But not before Conan and Team Coco could send Stack off with some nice words and a nine-minute supercut clip of Stack’s great body of work. Including the Traveling Salesman, The Interrupter, Frankenstein, Brian LaFontaine, the Devil, God, Fan-Tastic Guy, one of the three Slipnutz, the ghost of Artie Kendall, the voice of the Wiki Bear, did I mention The Interrupter?

Roll the clip.

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