It usually takes some time for a late-night host to get into a groove, but it looks like Conan O'Brien didn't need much time at all to find his way back to glory.

It usually takes some time for a late-night host to get into a groove, but it looks like Conan O'Brien didn't need much time at all to find his way back to glory.

The first episode of "Conan" started with a bang with sketch called "Last Season on 'Conan.'"

Sure, the opening-night interviewees (Seth Rogen, Lea Michele) could have been better, but when Tom Hanks and Jon Hamm stopped by, Conan proved he hadn't lost his touch when it comes to having fun with A-listers.

It's also nice to see Conan's monologues are still filled with self-deprecating non-sequiturs and his signature quirk.

And the sketches so far are mostly excellent - the "Local News Roundup" and "Ted Turner Berates Conan" already deserve a reoccurring spot on the show.