Since their first plan didn't pan out, Conan and his crew found a more humble home for the monument - the sidewalk outside Harold’s Chicken Shack, located at 636 S. Wabash. But the bobblehead didn't stay there for long either, according to the restaurant's owners a crew came to take it away not long after they installed it. So much for Conan's "gift to the city."
Conan might not have lived up to his promise to leave his bobblehead behind, but he made up for it when he sent 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer to the Wiener’s Circle in Lincoln Park where he had to endure the stand's famous verbal abuses. Later, Jack returned to the hot dog stand and this time he brought back up - Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Watching Triumph trade insults with the staff at the Wiener's Circle turned out to be the highlight of Conan's Chicago shows. If you missed it, you can check out the full video at TeamCoco.com.