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Conan reads a question and then recites the answer that each of three celebrities gave.

The answers of the first two celebrities are ordinary "straight" answers. Simpson wrote: "Murder O'Clock." A reply where Paris Hilton is the final respondent to a question has been used in every segment for at least the last four years, usually about her promiscuous dating habits.

In September 2009 the Audiency Awards hit a 'high' when one of the audience members turned out to be one of NORML's Board of Directors and Missouri NORML Executive Director, Dan Viets - who was also nominated for being ".likely to be the professor at your college who can definitely get you weed." A fictitious new made-for-TV movie is announced, based on a real-life event Conan has mentioned.

Conan then says he has the inside scoop on the movie's casting.

Typically this will always include "best celebrity impression" to highlight lookalikes (as in movie casting), and then a variety of other awards which are achieved with props and superimposed images.

For example, the winner of "Best Foreign Language Audience Member" was shown with a large superimposed moustache and sombrero, and the "Audience Member Who Smells the Most Like Fresh Salmon" was attacked by a man in a bear costume.

The sketch is renamed "In the Year 3000", with the black robe (referred to as a 'ratty smock' by Richter) being replaced with a more futuristic-looking outfit consisting of a large metallic collar with a series of blinking lights, which Conan said were very expensive to make and Andy said smelled bad.

Appearing on Tonight June 3, 2009, it was the first Late Night sketch to be carried over to The Tonight Show.

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The sketch is typically performed with Richter participating, but after Richter left Late Night, the celebrity guest would participate (when Richter was scheduled as a guest, he would again take part).

Quite commonly, the second-to-last prediction involves Conan mocking his guest, while the last prediction involves the guest mocking Conan in return.

This sketch is very similar to one Conan performed with the Happy Happy Good Show in 1988.

Quite often the sketch would include ridiculous phrases which you would not often use in daily conversation, but are common in Spanish-learning texts.

Also, on occasion, the sketch would include long and complicated speeches which are obviously and extremely voiced-over.

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