Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Funk Me Over Dat Copper Wire, Outta Sight? **UPDATE**

I already wrote all of this in a mass email to a bunch of my friends and relatves. If you didn't get it, you're probably neither and might want to consider how shitty your life is without me in it...

As many of you are well aware, Saturday Night Live sucks. In recent years, it has produced little humor and equipped itself with talentless dipshits like Bobby Moynihan and Keenan Thompson. Similarly, the writing is absolute shit. Sketches go on too long, the premises are awful, the impersonations get progessively worse, and so on. Sure, there are a few bright spots (Andy Samberg's digital shorts, Fred Armisen's bit as Nicholas Fehn, and Bill Hader and Will Forte usually delivering the funny), but all in all, the quality has been god-awful for far too long.

Luckily, SNL has temporarily redeemed itself with a bit from the episode with Charles Barkley. For those of you unfamiliar with the MacGruber sketches, it's essentially a spin-off of MacGyver-like circumstances (if you're unfamiiar with MacGyver, then you probably suck and I hate you). They're usually the highlight of any SNL episode these days, but this particular series was so motherfucking funny I almost shit my pants... a second time.

Alright, enough of my blather, enjoy...


Naturally, embedding the video didn't work because NBC is a bunch of cunts. Seriously, fuck them. Have you seen how they're fucking Conan over in favor of the car-collecting bobblehead? Here's a direct link the above-referenced video. If you happen to meet an NBC executive in person, eat its fucking children.


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