Robin Williams In 'Merry Friggin' Christmas': See The First Clip

Film opens November 7.

As fans worldwide continue to mourn the loss of Robin Williams, there is a small silver lining: the iconic entertainer left behind four unreleased feature films for everyone that loved him to appreciate.

And now the first clip from one of them, “Merry Friggin’ Christmas” is here.

In the film, Williams plays Mitch, the eccentric father of Joel McHale’s Boyd, acting opposite 9-year-old Pierce Gagnon, who plays his grandson Douglas.

In the new clip, which premiered on Entertainment Tonight, Douglas is concerned that there are no cookies or milk to leave out for Santa, so he consults his grandfather, who has a rather unorthodox suggestion.

“I know something that Santa loves a lot more than milk and cookies,” says Mitch.

That something turns out to be bourbon and asparagus.

“A Merry Friggin’ Christmas” opens in theaters and video on demand on November 7.