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09/13/2014 02:47 pm ET Updated Sep 13, 2014

Here's Conan O'Brien Performing 'The Monorail Song' At 'The Simpsons' Hollywood Bowl Show

This may be the best year ever for "Simpsons" fans.

Not only did we get an epic 552-episode-long "Simpsons" marathon last month and a mini-musical marathon earlier this week, but all weekend long from Sept. 12 - 14 is a "Simpsons" celebration at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl.

On Friday night, Conan O'Brien, Jon Lovitz and Weird Al performed, and apparently Hank Azaria sang "Let It Go" in the voice of Wiggum. Check out highlights from the show and proceed to get insanely jealous that you weren't there.

Conan performing "The Monorail Song:"

Jon Lovitz singing "Chimpan A to Chimpan Z:"

Weird Al playing the accordion:

Yeardley Smith & Nancy Cartwright singing "Minimum Wage Nanny:"

"Do the Bartman" live (yep, this happened):

The L.A. Philharmonic performing "The Simpsons" intro:

If you're still sad that you missed out, no worries. This person made a montage of the whole show:

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