Dave Chappelle Is What We Needed
Dave Chappelle Is What We Needed

 

I’ll probably give me dissertation about the election on here eventually, but as of right now, my Facebook filled with the pathetic wailing of white liberals bathed in white guilt who just realized racism and bigotry existed without having to just read about it on Slate. Welcome to the party. They can blame the refs if they want, but racism ain’t why we lost. Sorry. Please stop your internal dialogue. Anyway, Dave Chappelle killed it on SNL in this skit that was drowning in white tears.


And in this skit, where a black man┬áhad to tell white people gathered around their laptops in Bushwick that their world isn’t ending.



As far as hateful rhetoric goes, we should bring this back. But probably not any time soon unless you have time to read a 500 word think piece about it.


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Mark Wahlberg Will Punch Andy Samberg’s Big Nose, Part 2



Mark Wahlberg made his guest appearance on SNL this weekend (as telegraphed) , and boy was it hilarious. He basically did everything Samberg did in the first skit, except with way more awkward wooden line delivery and less animals. Man, what a riot! The only thing could be funnier than listening to Marky Mark recite lines would be Frankenstein reading a recipe.

Mark arriving at the Jimmy Kimmel Live! taping last week:

Photos: Splash

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Saturday Night Live Used To Be Funny


I often long for a time when SNL was funny. I anticipated writing a post which listed the reasons why SNL isn’t funny anymore, but since my memory is clouded with malted hops and bong resin [and Tommy Boy quotes] the most recent funny sketch I can think of on command is the above sketch.

While I’m on topic with a Tommy Boy quote I decided I’d share a little story about my personal experience with Chris Farley with y’all. Most of you won’t care, and I don’t care that you don’t care, so you’re more than welcome to fuck off and go play somewhere else. For those of you who do care, keep reading after the jump…


I was juggling two jobs, barely going to school, and not affording to live in Santa Barbara back in the mid 90s. One of my (more…)

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