John Oliver Updates Cicadas On What They Missed In The Past 17 Years

Posted: May 2 2016, 5:56am CDT | by , Updated: May 3 2016, 1:22am CDT, in News | Latest TV News

John Oliver Catches up Cicadas With What They Missed in the Past 17 Years

Billions of cicadas will soon emerge after spending 17 years underground. John Oliver fills them in on what's happened since 1999 in a web only clip of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver did not air on HBO on Sunday. Instead John Oliver released a web exclusive clip about Cicadas. Billions of cicadas will soon emerge after spending 17 years hibernation. John Oliver fills them in on they missed since 1999.

The list of must know things for the Cicadas include that since 1999 for example the internet no longer screams in agony as you dial into and that Youtube is a video distribution platform where teenagers become famous for playing video games and opening boxes.

Dr Dre is now a multi millionaire electronics mogul and the curly haired guy from N'Sync is now one of the biggest entertainers in the world. The lead singer of R&B group Destiny's Child is essentially our queen now.

Watch the hilarious clip about the Cicadas below.

The Cicadas are expected to soon come alive and start to make their signature mating noise. Most of the Cicades are expected to swarm in Ohio and West Virginia.

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