Jan 07, 2016 09:10 AM EST
Anytime Conan O'Brien, Kevin Hart and Ice Cube get together, it is a total riot. The three have been known to ride around LA and cause a ruckus but this time around they have brought along one of Conan's employees. And they are teaching her how to drive! The three comedians along with the Diana Cheng, the staffer, ride around LA cutting people off, looking for weed and of course, Conan attempts to rap. Again. The video is filled with lots of laughs, cursing and plenty of incentive to go check out Ride Along 2 when it comes out.
The video starts out with Conan and Cheng driving around and discussing the lessons of being a good driver. When Conan asks Cheng about driving with her hands at 10 and 2 on the wheel, she responds with a joke about Conan's age and how he started driving before airbags were invented. The video is taken to another level of funniness when Hart and Cube get in the car. Hart teaches Cheng how to throw pennies at other drivers & curse them out before they hit up a weed dispensary. Conan hilariously fills up a pinata full of weed and weed gummy bears and they end the video with hitting up Popeyes for some chicken. Like all the other Conan videos, this one will bring you to tears. One of the best parts? Cube's insight on seatbelts, "Tupac was one of the biggest thugs I know and he always wore his seatbelt."
Watch the video and tell us what your favorite parts were. Ride Along 2 is due out in theaters on January 15th and it features Hart, Cube, Olivia Munn, Tika Sumpter and many more.
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