Paul Rudd has been pranking Conan O’Brien for years now, and this week was no different.

Rudd has been busy promoting his new Netflix series “Living With Yourself”, stopping by “Conan” Tuesday to chat about the show.

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However, instead of airing his clip, he pulled off the same prank he’s been doing for the past 15 years — showing a snippet of the 1988 box office flop and “E.T.” knockoff “Mac and Me”.

Rudd first pulled the prank on “Conan” back in 2004 while promoting the series finale of “Friends”.

The actor also spoke about the audience being able to binge-watch his latest show because there are only eight episodes.

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He then admitted to having never seen “Game of Thrones” or “The Crown” because it takes too much work to catch up on all the episodes.