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Mila Kunis does impersonation of Conan O’Brien when describing their run-in last July

With the Fourth Of July right around the corner, Mila Kunis decided it was the prefect time to share the details of last year’s celebration with her husband Ashton Kutcher during an appearance on Conan this week.

And it turns out the couple’s evening of fireworks with their two young children – daughter Wyatt, six, and son Dimitri, four – along the beach in Southern California included an unexpected run-in with the host, himself, Conan O’Brien. 

The comedian appeared out of nowhere, in the midst of the darkness, and from the sounds of things he was none too happy to be disturbed by the loud explosions going off just a few houses down from his own home.

Reminiscing: Mila Kunis shared a hilarious story about one memorable run-in with Conan O’Brien during an appearance on Conan this week

Kunis, 37, prefaced the story by sharing how it was ‘the peak of the pandemic’ during the ‘July 4th weekend.’  

‘My husband decides to procure fireworks — legally,’ Kunis says while gesturing that the fireworks may not have been purchased legally.   

‘And we’re like, “Listen, it’s for the kids. No one’s here. We’ll just set them off on the beach. It’s going to be safe.” He’s from Iowa. He knows how to do this.’ 

Family affair: Kunis recalled details of last year's July Fourth celebration with her husband Ashton Kutcher and how their family's fireworks seemingly disturbed the late-night host; Mila and Ashton pictured in 2018

Family affair: Kunis recalled details of last year’s July Fourth celebration with her husband Ashton Kutcher and how their family’s fireworks seemingly disturbed the late-night host; Mila and Ashton pictured in 2018

As the fireworks were going off, O’Brien decided to take a walk to the beach to inspect what was going on and who was behind the disturbance. 

‘We are setting off said fireworks and no one’s on the beach; [there’s] nobody there. And all of a sudden, fireworks are like “pew, pew, pew, pew,”‘ That ’70s Show alum continued.

‘And then we see this,’ she added, before doing an impression of how O’Brien walked with a slouch, big frown and his arms crossed, ‘But with a hoodie.’

Tall tale: The That '70s Show alum prefaced the story by sharing how it was 'the peak of the pandemic' during the 'July 4th weekend'

Tall tale: The That ’70s Show alum prefaced the story by sharing how it was ‘the peak of the pandemic’ during the ‘July 4th weekend’

Hilarious: The actress did a slouched over and scowling impersonation of Conan when he confronted her and Kutcher as they were setting off fireworks

Hilarious: The actress did a slouched over and scowling impersonation of Conan when he confronted her and Kutcher as they were setting off fireworks

Conan's turn! O'Brien jumped in to share his own quick take on her recollection of the moment

Conan’s turn! O’Brien jumped in to share his own quick take on her recollection of the moment 

O’Brien jumped in to share his own quick take on her recollection of the moment. 

‘I’m not Mr. Burns on The Simpsons!’ he quipped in reply, to which Kunis then proceeded to repeat her impersonation. 

‘Conan, you literally walked in like this,’ she shot back while doing a slouched walk with a scowl.

Worried: Kunis said she was worried they were going to get into trouble when O'Brien walked towards them as they were lighting fireworks

Worried: Kunis said she was worried they were going to get into trouble when O’Brien walked towards them as they were lighting fireworks

In his defense: 'I'm not Mr. Burns on The Simpsons!' he quipped in reply to Kunis doing her impersonation of him from last summer

In his defense: ‘I’m not Mr. Burns on The Simpsons!’ he quipped in reply to Kunis doing her impersonation of him from last summer

Working it: The actress assured the audience that the fireworks were legally purchased two times, while gesturing that they may not have been legal

Working it: The actress assured the audience that the fireworks were legally purchased two times, while gesturing that they may not have been legal

Using his always funny self-deprecating humor, O’Brien responded: ‘First of all, that’s my usual expression.’ He backed that up by sharing he’s “like the Grinch,’ and then went on to explain that he had been concerned about the ‘major explosions’ going down on the beach. 

The actress, who again assured the audience that the fireworks were legally purchased, explained that when she recognized O’Brien she ran towards him to give him a big hug, but quickly had second thoughts. 

‘All of a sudden, I was like, “I don’t know how to act,”‘ she said with a laugh, in a reference to the COVID-19 health and safety protocols. O’Brien again used himself as the butt of the joke and said, ‘But you know, women were doing that to me long before the pandemic.’

Butt of the joke: The talk show host used self-deprecating humor and said his body and facial expressions can be 'like the Grinch'

Butt of the joke: The talk show host used self-deprecating humor and said his body and facial expressions can be ‘like the Grinch’ 

Awkward: When Kunis realized it was O'Brien on the beach, she said she didn't know if she should hug him, due to the COVID-19 pandemic that was in full rage at the time

Awkward: When Kunis realized it was O’Brien on the beach, she said she didn’t know if she should hug him, due to the COVID-19 pandemic that was in full rage at the time

The comedian proceeded to point out that Kutcher’s fireworks weren’t your average sparklers.

‘He must know people in the military. The reason I came over is I saw major explosions down the beach and I’m on patrol you know,’ he said. 

Kunis noted that Kutcher ‘set up a whole course’ of fireworks, and again reiterated that they were ‘legally purchased.’

Going along with her funny assertion, O’Brien added, ‘These were the safest fireworks I’ve ever seen that’s for sure.’        

Funnyman: 'He must know people in the military,' O'Brien joked about Kutcher and the potency of the fireworks. 'The reason I came over is I saw major explosions down the beach and I'm on patrol you know'

Funnyman: ‘He must know people in the military,’ O’Brien joked about Kutcher and the potency of the fireworks. ‘The reason I came over is I saw major explosions down the beach and I’m on patrol you know’

Witnesses: Kunis said her children - daughter Wyatt, six, and son Dimitri, four - were on hand to watch the fireworks when the comedian confronted them

Witnesses: Kunis said her children – daughter Wyatt, six, and son Dimitri, four – were on hand to watch the fireworks when the comedian confronted them


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