PopCultHQ brings you all the best clips from last night on Conan. On Thursday, November 10th, Conan had actors John Cleese and Eric Idle, actress Issa Rae (Insecure), and musical guests USAF band Full Spectrum.
CONAN Monologue 11/10/16: Conan jokes about Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Billy Bush, and more…
Global Newspapers React To President Trump: Not surprisingly, the Russian paper is pretty thrilled about the whole thing.
The One Guy Who Doesn’t Know Trump Was Elected President: Thanks to a secluded retreat and a soundproof booth, there’s still one lucky man who’s living in blissful ignorance of President-elect Trump.
These Trump Voters Literally Don’t Know How To Be Happy: Ever since Donald won a surprise victory, these Trumpsters’ anger is at a record low—and it’s really PISSING THEM OFF!
John Cleese and Eric Idle’s New Song, “F*** Selfies“: Eric & John are fed up with stupid selfies, so Eric wrote a song to register their disgust
John Cleese and Eric Idle Describe Their Comedy Tour: Conan tries to get a straight answer out of John and Eric but he’s just getting a lot of double-talk.
John Cleese and Eric Idle’s Secrets To A Perfect Marriage: Eric has been married to the same woman for 40 years, and John has been married four times, so maybe don’t listen to both of them.
John Cleese Is Looking Forward To KGB-Trained President Trump: John particularly can’t wait for Trump’s cabinet of menacing pirates.
Eric Idle Leads The Audience In Singing “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life“: John Cleese is a little steamed at Conan for mispronouncing his name, so Eric soothes everyone’s nerves by playing his classic song.
Issa Rae On Growing Up In Africa & Los Angeles: All her African friends assumed her life was like “Beverly Hills 90210” and her American friends assumed she had a lion.
Issa Rae: Trump “Stole My P***y Thunder”: Issa is trying to take the P-word back, including giving it a Scooby Doo voice.
Full Spectrum With Grace Potter “Proud Mary” 11/10/16: The full-time active duty United States Air Force members of Full Spectrum are joined by Conan and Grace Potter performing the classic rock song.