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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by manziman, Dec 27, 2005.
SNL at it's finest.
you can't deny it's awesomeo-ness
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www.thelonelyisland.com more good stuff from the guys who wrote that skit.
You now owe me a beer for making me watch that.
True comedy, and free on iTunes
Dang, I just finished watching that before checking out this thread. Awesomness at it's finest for sure.
Come to San Diego and i'll buy you one.
It was one of the better spots on SNL in a while. I thought it was great.
I have had that song stuck in my head for the past few days... way too funny.
is it me or does one of those guys look like Cameron from Ferris Bueller's day off????
No problemo. We get down there about once a month. Next time I'll bring the bike.
I read NY Times and Slate articles about this song, which is why I heard about Lazy Sunday.
Apparently, this one song is the sign of the resurgence of SNL. It is that funny and important.
You can call me Aaron Burr by the way I'm dropping' Hamilton’s.
Why can't all rap be this intelligent?
Yep, I heard this lyric the other day on this radio crap song that went something like:
I gots so much ice in my mouf, when I take a deep breaf,
a cold front moves in....
I cried a little bit for humanity that day.
On a more serious note, I think rap music has become controlled and categorized, and very few "alternative rap groups" make it out alive. You better be sporting the bling, the booty, or bullets if you want to sell a rap album today.
A band like De La Soul would not have survived, considering their only gansta song is "Millie Shot Santa Claus".
I doubt Samberg and his writing crew will be making an album off of one joke song, but maybe...
mr. pibb and red vines equals crazy delicious.
This lyric is definately well thought out, as are the rest of them, quality song.
also I found this interesting piece about snl