During the monologue, Mayor Michael Bloomberg shows up to recognize Conan's 16 years in New York by presenting him with a key, not to the city, but to the Port Authority men's room. Conan shows a 2002 clip of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog interviewing "Star Wars" fans in line to see "Attack of the Clones." This being the third-to-last episode, Conan removes La Bamba's podium from the set to present to an audience member. Martha Stewart shows up and Conan shows a clip of his visit to Martha's house. Nathan Lane, accompanied by Marc Shaiman on piano, sings a parody of "My Way" as a tribute to Conan. Conan shows a collection of bloopers from the series. Conan shows a montage of sketches involving robots, bears, and Abraham Lincoln. As the show ends, Conan chops up more of the set to give pieces to audience members.