For the very final episode of "7 Minutes in Heaven," a Web series based on everyone's favorite adolescent party game, O'Brien and Newsom rock out together on a toy keyboard and eat roast chicken.
According to The New Yorker, O'Brien also asked Newsom to act out a piece of "Closet Theater" wherein Newsom would play a "distinguished British matron" and O'Brien a "Southern heating-and-cooling repair man."
"I’ve just done some duct work for your manor, and so we’re settling up, when suddenly we realize that neither of us have pants on. But, we’re both very proud people, so, after realizing that, we regroup and go on,” O'Brien asked.
"7 Minutes in Heaven" has corralled an extensive array of stars into a closet to film claustrophobic comedy sketches and awkward attempts at making out.
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