In the latest episode of Conan O’Brien‘s talk show, “Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend,” the host finds himself in need of a third assistant. The episode begins with O’Brien mentioning how well Sona, his current assistant, is doing despite her voice issues. He humorously points out that he’s not saying she’s good because her voice is almost gone, but rather that she is doing the best she can without a voice.

O’Brien reminisces about times when he had vocal problems but still managed to put on a great show in front of adoring fans. He jokes about empty seats in the audience and compares it to the movie “The Godfather Part II,” where Frank Pentangeli cuts his wrist in a bathtub. O’Brien lightens the mood by saying that even with his vocal challenges, he always gave the best show he could.

During the episode, O’Brien expresses his concern about not having Sona, his voiceless assistant, and questions who will look after him in her absence. He mentions David Hopping, the temporary replacement for Sona, but reveals that even David has his own difficulties. David couldn’t come to work because of a mysterious foot injury that occurred after a dance-filled night at a friend’s birthday party.

Amidst the banter, O’Brien humorously suggests that he and David should combine to be one functional entity. He jokes that he could be David’s feet, and David could be his voice. This light-hearted discussion displays O’Brien’s comedic charm and witty repertoire with his staff.

The episode takes a playful turn when O’Brien teases David about his fragile health and mentions the possibility of firing him if his voice doesn’t recover soon. While David assures him that everything is fine, O’Brien’s concern for both of his assistants is evident.

With their comedic repartee, O’Brien, Sona, and David engage in a lighthearted discussion about their health issues. O’Brien half-jokingly suggests that their bodies are giving out from the demands of the show, envisioning an apocalyptic scenario where microscopic versions of himself devour their white blood cells.

Despite the playful banter, it is clear that O’Brien genuinely cares about the well-being of his team. He hopes for their speedy recovery and expresses concern for their overall health. O’Brien’s humor-filled interactions with his assistants highlight the fun and entertaining nature of “Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend.”

The episode ends with O’Brien sharing some humorous text conversations he had with his team, showcasing their casual and humorous rapport behind the scenes. Even in their private conversations, O’Brien’s wit and charm shine through.

As fans eagerly await the next episode of “Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend,” it’s clear that this chat show continues to provide entertaining moments filled with humor and camaraderie. Stay tuned for more hilarious episodes featuring Conan O’Brien and his quirky team.