Conan O’Brien made his late-night curtain call on Thursday, which featured appearances and flashbacks from many of his close friends in show business– and also some reflection by the host about his time on air.

Will Ferrell made a virtual appearance to wish Conan off. “Good luck Logan Paul Jr.,” Ferrell teased.

A montage of past interviews then aired including ones with Steve Martin, Jason Momoa, Betty White, Harrison Ford and the “Star Wars” cast. Not to mention one with Sophie Turner, in which the “Game of Thrones” star slaps Conan.

Ahead of his final “Conan” guest, which was Jack Black,  O’Brien leaned into many of his most self-deprecating moments while celebrating the good times he’s enjoyed at the network. Conan has aired on the cable property TBS since 2010.

“I’ve always loved you,” Black sang to Conan. Elsewhere, in the interview, Black explained that for his final appearance he was going to do a skit involving a “fake” injury complete with paramedics.

“The crazy thing is, I actually injured myself for real,” Black, who shot multiple takes, confessed.

During the bit, Black was running back to the theater and while he was running he rolled his ankle.