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'Tonight Show' Does Vivid

'Tonight Show' Does Vivid

LOS ANGELES—Conan O'Brien and sidekick Andy Richter paid a visit to the Vivid Entertainment headquarters in a segment broadcast on Tuesday night's edition of The Tonight Show on NBC.

The piece was part of an ongoing series in which Conan and crew are meeting the new neighbors they've gained in the move to L.A. for his inheritance of the late-night talk show's mantle from Jay Leno. In the segment, Conan and Andy arrive at Vivid founder Steve Hirsch's office to find him chatting with Vivid Girls Sunny Leone and Monique Alexander.

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O'Brien then gets taken on a tour of the building by Meggan Mallone and more Vivid Girls, stopping first at the conference room where two actresses are sitting on a table rehearsing a scene. "The Iceman Cometh, I presume," O'Brien cracks.

He also visits the video vault, where he sneaks a master tape off a shelf and tucks it under his shirt, and the editing suite, where Richter turns back up intently watching a video and munching on popcorn.

The segment closes back in the conference room, where Conan distributes Choco Tacos to all the girls, who offer a group shout of "Welcome to the neighborhood!" in return.

"We're all fans of the show and we were delighted that they wanted to visit with us," said Hirsch. "Everyone involved in producing the segment was fun to work with and we're hoping that they visit again since we're right across the street from the NBC studios."

To see the segment, click here.

 






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Posted 08/27/2009 by manuvleeds1-0
The link sucks, I live in Australia and I cant get the video from the site on Connan. I think that the industry on NBC is wrong
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