Clips from one of Robin Williams' final four films, Merry Friggin' Christmas, have been released. And while his tragic death on Monday has shocked the world -- his ability to keep us laughing even beyond death is not surprising.

In the yet-to-be released movie, the late actor stars as Mitch, the eccentric father of Joel McHale's Boyd, a man who reluctantly brings his family to his dad's house for Christmas. When Boyd realizes that he left all his son's gifts at home, he has to hit the road with his wacky dad in an attempt to make it back to his son before before sunrise on Christmas morning.

In the clip, Grandpa Mitch (Williams) shows his nine-year-old co-star Douglas (Pierce Gagnon) that the true way to make Santa Claus happy isn't milk and cookies -- it's with a bottle of Bourbon and asparagus.

The film will be released on November 7, and co-stars Lauren Graham, Candice Bergen and Jeffrey Tambor.

Other than Merry Friggin Christmas, Williams' final films are the third installment of Night At The Museum, the drama Boulevard and Absolutely Anything, which are all set for release in the next year.