Conan O’Brien wants you to create an episode of his show

Conan O'Brien (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for WarnerMedia)
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Conan O’Brien is launching another edition of DIY Conan

The longer that the pandemic has gone on, the harder is has been to stay entertained. Chances are you’ve run out of activities to keep busy while quarantining or while on lockdown. But Conan O’Brien is here to change that and he needs your help.

O’Brien announced another edition of “DIY Conan,” a way for fans to recreate Conan moments and be part of the late night show. It will be the second time that Team Coco puts together an entirely fan-made episode.

There may not be a more passionate group of fans in late night television than those who follow Conan O’Brien. Whether they’ve been there from day one at Late Night with Conan O’Brien or have fallen in love with the comedian thanks to Conan on TBS, fans have proven their dedication time and time again.

O’Brien made the official announcement for “DIY Conan” during Thursday night’s show. Fans eager to get going on their own submissions may be excited to know that a familiar face is in the mix of clips that will be made available for reproduction.

Here are some of the moments Conan O’Brien wants fans to recreate

Fans can head over to the Team Coco website to find information on how to submit their clips in hopes of making it on air and possibly winning that year-long supply of Snickers. To do that, they’ll need to show off their creativity in recreating some memorable moments from recent Conan history.

You’ll be able to reimagine Conan O’Brien’s introduction courtesy of Andy Richter. O’Brien’s walk onto the stage at his TBS show is also up for interpretation.

After that, it will be sketches, remote pieces, and interviews that fans are asked to recreate. There are eight pieces of the sketch “Shrub Cop” that will be pieced together featuring content from fans. And in case you need a refresher on what “Shrub Cop” was all about…

For the remote piece, fans get a crack at producer Jordan Schlansky. In what is perhaps his most memorable appearance, Jordan was confronted by Conan for coming in late during a piece that aired back in 2013.

This could be the most anticipated section of “DIY Conan.” Fans absolutely love Jordan and the dynamic he has with Conan. It is guaranteed to be hilarious to see how viewers interpret Jordan from this classic Conan moment.

Team Coco keeps it in-house for the interview as well. Fans will be tasked with filming a version of O’Brien’s interview with his assistant Sona Movsesian. Frequent viewers of the show will recall that Sona became a guest the night that Kumail Nanjiani had to cancel last minute.

The fact that this edition of “DIY Conan” features Jordan and Sona is pretty telling. It shows how these two Team Coco employees have become comedy stars in their own right. And it shows that Conan knows what fans love about the show, meaning that the content they create will be that much more special.

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If you want to be part of “DIY Conan,” you have until Aug. 31 to submit your clip. Find all the information you need at Let us know if you’re planning to enter so we can keep our eyes peeled for you this fall.