Those who tuned into the final Wednesday episode of The Tonight Show With ¬†Conan O'Brien caught a new spin on O'Brien's determination to slam the door on his way out: the most expensive sketch imaginable.¬† The bit involved a $1.5 million Bugatti Veyron dressed up as a mouse along with the original Rolling Stones recording of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." The car alone was a pricey item (even if it was loaned by a museum) but the real splurge was on the royalties NBC would have to pay for each repeat of the episode.¬† The folks at Jalopnik have noted, however, that NBC.com and Hulu are not going to play‚ÄĒor pay‚ÄĒalong and simply excised the clip from the online episode, even¬†leaving in an awkward reference to it from Adam Sandler.¬† Watch the "full episode" online and you'll see anything but.¬† Fortunately, the keepers of the internet have preserved the bit, even if NBC doesn't want to.

In other news, O'Brien's final show airs Friday and now has a guest list: Tom Hanks, Will Ferrell, and Neil Young. There will, no doubt, also be some surprise guests. Is another Norm Macdonald appearance too much to ask for?