SNL weekend update
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SNL's Weekend Update took on President Obama's decision to exclude Fox News from his Sunday media tour last night. Despite granting interviews to ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and Univision he left Fox off his roster prompting Chris Wallace to call the White House "crybabies." During a long (and generally funny) opening sketch, SNL touched on one of the many reasons the president may have chosen to skip Fox on his media tour: Glenn Beck.
Not only did Beck call Obama a racist, but since then has been on a tour of insanity, upping his already nutty game.
Weekend Update took on specific aspects of Glenn's character: His propensity to misspell things, to use that muppet-like voice, and, of course, invoke Hitler.
I've been wondering of SNL will be able to pull off what they did to Sarah Palin with Tiny Fey in sending up what we now have come to know as the Jekyll/Hyde personnas of Obama himself. Maybe ridicule would move him into action on things.
Sep 27 2009, 06:56 CEST
they could do another katie couric with her interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad after his UN speech
"Why do you keep insisting the holocaust never happened"X5
"listen lady i never said that what i said was..... "
Sep 27 2009, 10:18 CEST
This made me laugh. Keep 'em coming. Torrents are the only way I watch any tv content because the commercials are removed.
Sep 27 2009, 18:27 CEST
I hate commercials so much I canceled my TV 5 years ago and have been downloading my TV ever since. I find I have even more good stuff to watch this way. Because it is always available.
Sep 27 2009, 20:54 CEST
The major torrent sites have this stuff. EZTV is a prime source for US and British content.
Even after viewing a few shows in the eztv style I've begun to drop shows again. The writing is so poor I've
told them via fan sites: 'attention writers: nobody says "basically" in Robin Hood's day. Nobody says "basically" in 1973 (Life on Mars.) I was there, I remember. And finally, nobody says basically in the future either (Startracker or some such which is available with special youtube 15 second commercials.)
Then there's the cell phone fetishism. When I see them snap open one of the devices I turn it off. "Fringe" is particularly offensive for cell phone fetishism.
Now back to our regularly scheduled discussion.
Sep 27 2009, 21:58 CEST