The November 6, 2021 edition of Saturday Night Live had a wonderfully relatable sketch that did not take a political stance or insult middle Americans. They punched Spectrum Cable in the face with a wickedly funny sendup of the difficulty of trying to cancel cable. Enjoy. 📞🙄 BONUS SKETCH Here's the cold open for SNL that features a vaccine-resistant Aaron Rodgers and a brand new character playing Donald Trump. In previous years, Trump was played by actor Alec Baldwin, who is now spiraling in dismay after shooting and killing a co-worker on the set of his film RUST. A prop gun handed to Baldwin contained at least one live round, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Legendary comedian Don Rickles died in 2017 at age 90. If he were still alive in today's woke society, he would be burned at the stake. Watch his Saturday Night Live monologue from 1984 and prepare for self-righteous heads to explode. Part of the Rickles SNL monologue included this line: "I make jokes about Black people cuz I'm not one." The crowd roared with laughter as Rickles went on to imitate Blacks, Italians, Puerto Ricans, Chinese, and other races and ethnicities. Huge audience laughter. This week, the woke castmates on SNL are upset that business tycoon Elon Musk is the guest host. Why? Because he's a rich white guy. That's his crime. Some SNL "comedians" are hesitant to appear on stage with Musk. When did
Michael Moore thinks American women underestimate White Male Rage. Managing White Male Rage is like the whole thing we're raised in America to DO.— Obelisk of Wokeness 🍩 (@EBlumberg11) June 14, 2020 2020 brought us the coronavirus pandemic, unprecedented unemployment, a near collapse of the American economy, and worldwide #BLM protests of police brutality that attracted riotous side actors. But white male rage...well, that's been here since Cain and Abel. The phrase found rejuvenated viability from a January SNL bit mocking the film JOKER.
Five years ago, commentator Kayleigh McEnany was no fan of then candidate Donald Trump. After Trump gained momentum in the 2016 presidential campaign, McEnany slowly changed her tune about the man would ultimately win the election. In fact, McEnany staunchly defends Trump policies and revels in poking his perceived political enemies. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany torches Vox, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and NPR for downplaying the severity of the coronavirus during the early days of the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/3qQgvuXrYE— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) May 6, 2020 President Donald Trump's administration has sent a fascinating array of talking heads to the podium. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Sean Spicer, and Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramuchi were all savaged by comedians, pundits, and media. Trump
Packers practices are underway. This week features a pair of practices with the Houston Texans visiting Wisconsin. Former Kentucky Wildcat Lonnie Johnson Jr. was ejected by his Texans coach for taking an unwarranted shot at Packers tight end Jace Sternberger. Johnson apparently ignored the no-hitting rule by jacking Sternberger after he caught a pass. Johnson then taunted Sternberger as he lay on the field. Packers players were not pleased. Johnson later tweeted that he's "not trying to hurt nobody." Johnson's UK degree was not in English. Not trying to hurt nobody just wanna be great 🙏🏾‼️ https://t.co/tv734EE9TH— Lonnie Johnson jr. (@Lonnie30johnson) August 5, 2019 Former Green Bay fullback John Kuhn (30) now analyzes team play for the Packers network. Here's Kuuuuuuuuuuuuuhn's
With America transfixed on James Holzhauer and his incredible run on Jeopardy... let's revisit some of the other classic Jeopardy episodes.
cold open – politics from Martin Cizmar on Vimeo. Wait, didn't that already happen?
On a visit to Indianapolis, Peyton Manning explained how his famous Saturday Night Live kids football sketch almost never happened. "I want him to hit my kid in the face." ?Peyton Manning shares how that United Way SNL skit almost didn't happen: pic.twitter.com/gdI6SB6Ybw— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) August 30, 2018 Thank God for that one parent. Comedy gold was birthed. Kids and famous athletes. Always comedy gold. When in doubt, ask somebody.#TOURVault pic.twitter.com/RQ9IUbqhrf— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 30, 2018
Stay classy, snowflake. It's time for President Donald Trump's 2018 State of the Union address. TV pundits eagerly promote that they "will be providing analysis" after the speech. Haha. They mean "analysis" that they've already written in advance. Fox will kiss ass. CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, all awards shows, late night comics, social media, Hollywood, sad newspaper dinosaurs, and vile snowflakes will kick his ass. Now you you don't have to watch! Colbert leads the daily Trump hate parade. Remember the overriding rule in today's grievance culture. Whine, whine, whine. Somebody will eventually give you some attention. American media teaches us the basic rule: If it's a conservative, it is evil. If it is liberal, it is to
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is not shy in his radio appearances. I've had conversations with Mr. Bevin since his 2013 senate primary challenge to incumbent Sen. Mitch McConnell. Gov. Bevin and I usually go long form on a variety of issues. This time we talked about Saturday Night Live's skewering of Kentuckians, expected tax overhaul plans, alleged political corruption by both parties, and secrecy surrounding the governor's new Anchorage home. A few members of the media took offense to a comment Bevin made about Courier-Journal Frankfort bureau chief Tom Loftus. I spoke with Loftus about it the next morning and he simply laughed off the governor's dig. .@TomLoftus_CJ was covering Kentucky before @GovMattBevin knew where Frankfort was on a