Conan O’Brien just celebrated his 25th anniversary of being a television host by uploading his very first late night television show on YouTube.
The archived video was announced available online by O’Brien in a Sept. 13 video posted on the channel Team Coco.
“This is a very special day. Get this, 25 years ago today I made my first ‘Late Night’ show,” O’Brien said.
“Since then I’ve taped over 4,000 episodes, nine of which I’m told are quite good,” said the television personality, who served as the host for NBC’s “Late Night” show from 1993 to 2009.
Conan O’Brien was 30 years old back when the first episode took place.
“It looks amazing. The engineers even managed to give me the voice of an adult male,” he joked in the announcement.
The announcement video also revealed that O’Brien and his team will debut a website with “just about everything I’ve ever done in late night,” he said.
According to the archived video release, O’Brien’s first show on Sept. 13, 1993, had three guests: John Goodman, Drew Barrymore, and Tony Randall.