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SNL Weekend Update - Crazy Lady Edition




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Aside from the McCain lady, the rest was lame. Very lame.

I will be happy when McCain/Palin lose, Tina Fey moves on to better things, and we can go back to ignoring SNL.

Say what you will about Dennis Miller, he OWNED the Weekend Update segment back in his day. Anyone else remember the days before he became a raving neocon?

Not only a raving neocon but....not funny, anymore. Yes, he was really funny on the Weekend Update and then something happened to him. I would love to hear what he thinks of Sarah Palin since he prides himself on his brilliance.

Link to blog having video of Miller commenting on Palin before debate - he's on her side, sort of.

There was no link but I found an extremely painful one with Miller and O'Reilly. These guys are so full of it - it was before the debate where they are equating her to Clinton learning about foreign policy and Katie Couric learning her job. They are obviously all about keeping their roles as right wingers....no matter what the cost to the country.

I was hoping you'd get this up. Very funny. Half of the commedy of it is that we're seeing an SNL comic nailing an impression of an ordinary citizen who most people have never even seen except from the back.

"Say what you will about Dennis Miller, he OWNED the Weekend Update segment back in his day. Anyone else remember the days before he became a raving neocon?"

Funy thing is that if SNL went back to that smartass news anchor style of reporting on Weekend Update, they'd be accused of aping Jon Stewart.

This comes off as political humor for people who don't follow politics. The Onion is doing a far better job of faux-serious satirical news coverage (as opposed to the Daily Show, on which Stewart, et al. will openly play comedian/critic instead of just deadpanning mock-news anchor material.)

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