PopCultHQ brings you all the best clips from last night on Conan. On Thursday, November 17th, Conan welcomed the stars of “Here Comes The Funny” Tour: Adam Sandler, David Spade, Nick Swardson, Norm Macdonald, & Rob Schneider. Plus, musical guest clipping. performs!
CONAN Monologue 11/17/16: Conan jokes about Donald Trump, “The Bachelor,” Facebook, and more…
Conan Visits YouTube’s VR Lab: Conan is presented with some of the most high-tech, cutting edge virtual reality technology in the world, but he mostly wants to know about porn.
Adam Sandler Sings “My Old Chair“: Adam performs a heartfelt song where he bids farewell to a beloved member of his home with whom he’s shared so many good times.
The First Time Adam Sandler & Norm Macdonald Acted Together: On “Billy Madison,” Adam was astounded by how deeply Norm got into character as a lazy drunk.
Norm Macdonald’s Shaggy Dog Ticket Story: Norm encountered a man who would love to go see the “Here Comes the Funny” tour. But wait my friends, the tale grows stranger from there…
David Spade: Norm Macdonald Tried To Lure Me Into His Hotel Room: After a long day on tour, David just wanted to go to sleep, but Norm would try to entice him to his room with sumptuous meals and lush bubble baths.
Norm Macdonald Accused Nick Swardson Of Stealing His Big Breakfast Idea: Early riser Norm tried to rally the troops for a bite but it took Nick to make the brunch dreams a reality.
Nick Swardson: We Go Easy On Adam Sandler When We Play Basketball: Since Adam is essentially the boss of the “Here Comes the Funny” tour, nobody wants to risk fouling the guy who’s signing the checks.
How Norm Macdonald Repaid David Spade’s Generous Gift: David bought Norm a very nice leather jacket but Norm isn’t the type of man to accept no charity!
Norm Macdonald: Chris Farley Revealed SNL’s Most Shocking Secret To Me: Everyone was gathered around the TV to watch Conan’s very first episode of “Late Night,” when Chris pulled Norm aside to divulge SNL’s darkest secret.
clipping. “Air ‘Em Out” 11/17/16: clipping. performs a track from their album Splendor & Misery.