Snack attack Motherf@$&%er

If you haven’t seen the SNL music video Lazy Sunday starring Chris Parnell and Adam Samberg then please do yourself a favor and watch it. This may be the funniest video this year.

Note: Lazy Sunday has been removed because NBC is run by douchebags. Sorry – the video is available for $1.99 on iTunes or for free on the crap NBC website (as long as you’re running Window’s IE).

Also:

Lazy Sunday on iTunes

Merry Christmas Motherf@$&%er’s!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/7286639 suze

    wow. that was really funny.

    merry christmas!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/7287492 Merujo

    I have watched that a gazillion times now, and it’s still so funny.

    Mr. Pibb + Red Vines = Crazy Delicious

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12226909 radiocynic

    Struck me, as a very very “fringe” rap appreciator at best, that those guys were really just as good as Eminem and his ilk that they were trying to parody. I can’t see ads for the damn movie now without thinking of the Chronic-what?-cles of Narnia hook.

    Two best things SNL has produced in years, imo, and they were both on the same night… the other being the Robert Smigel’s brilliant Phil Spector Christmas Record parody “Chrismastime for the Jews” with Darlene Love actually doing the vocal.

    Ah, comedy does live, occasionally.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11887977 Cyn

    I meant to blog about this (Lazy Sunday & Christmastime for the Jews) under a heading of something like, “OMG, I Can’t Believe SNL Actually Had Two Funny Pieces on One Show.” But, as usual, never got around to it.

    The Smigel thing was Claymation in black & white. The song was so freakin’ truly Spector-ish that I would call it an homage as much as a parody.

    Luckily, I happened to record this show on DVD+RW(as it was past our bedtime and I wanted to see Jack Black) — which means I have been able to edit and delete everything except for these two pieces and we now have them saved for posterity. Or whatever…