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Old October 12th, 2015 #1
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Default Saturday Night Live anti gun skit features race mixing.

Did anyone see this garbage with Amy Schumer? It features mocking firearms but also has race mixing with a white man making out with a sheboon and the Jew Amy Schumer making out with what looks to be a white man.

Totally gross but what else do you expect in the KWA?

http://controversialtimes.com/news/s...utm_source=GSL
 
Old October 12th, 2015 #2
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Did anyone see this garbage with Amy Schumer? It features mocking firearms but also has race mixing with a white man making out with a sheboon and the Jew Amy Schumer making out with what looks to be a white man.

Totally gross but what else do you expect in the KWA?

http://controversialtimes.com/news/s...utm_source=GSL
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Old October 12th, 2015 #3
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I used to watch SNL years ago long before it became nothing but a hate whitey pc soapbox.

Anyone else on here old enough to remember when they used to do news for the deaf?
 
Old October 13th, 2015 #4
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Anyone else on here old enough to remember when they used to do news for the deaf?
Yes.
YES!!

I remember that.
I REMEMBER THAT!!

That nigger Garrett Morris would repeat whatever Chevy said in a yelling voice from a superimposed bubble in the corner of the screen like a sign language interpreter.
THAT NIGGER GARRET MORRIS WOULD REPEAT WHATEVER CHEVY SAID IN A YELLING VOICE FROM A SUPERIMPOSED BUBBLE IN THE CORNER OF THE SCREEN LIKE A SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER!!

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Old October 13th, 2015 #5
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[QUOTE=SA Mann;1926360]I used to watch SNL years ago long before it became nothing but a hate whitey pc soapbox.







It always was a hate Whitey Politikally Korrekt soapbox
 
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I haven't watched it since around 2000. I don't think that I am missing anything. The jew producer Lorne Michaels has been there forever.
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Default Hymie, you're an ignorant slut

It should be called Saturday Night Jive. I work Saturday nights, not missing anything there.
 
Old October 13th, 2015 #8
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Here's how old I am: I remember waaay back in 1975 or 1976 when my husband and I were at Panama City and were trying to find something on local TV to watch late at night and we came across Saturday Night Live. They were doing some skit with Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin where they were eating lunch and every time the waiter told them what was available to order they screamed... or something like that.

Back then I thought Dan Akroyd was a hoot. He was cute and skinny too. Everyone was heavily into coke of course. And of course Bill Murray was hilarious. Garrett Morris was pretty much a wash. Of course we didn't think in terms of anyone being jews back then. We were so young.

I used to howl at Second City with John Candy and Andrea Martin. Jesus that was all forty years ago. I was a blushing bride... now I'm a senior citizen. Lol
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I stopped watching in the mid-'80s. It was funny with Murray, Ackroyd, Belushi & even Eddie Murphy; itz been deader than Murray Rothstein's schmuck since. In the early years they had musical guests who were actual musicians, too.
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I used to get a kick out of Weekend Update ("Jane, you ignorant slut!") and The Coneheads with Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin. Haven't watched SNL since the 80s, either, and it doesn't sound like I'm missing much of that hate-Whitey jew-fest.

Oh, and the Star Trek spoof from 1976 with John Belushi as Capt. Kirk and Chevy Chase as Spock was funny, too.
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I used to get a kick out of Weekend Update ("Jane, you ignorant slut!") and The Coneheads with Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin. Haven't watched SNL since the 80s, either, and it doesn't sound like I'm missing much of that hate-Whitey jew-fest.

Oh, and the Star Trek spoof from 1976 with John Belushi as Capt. Kirk and Chevy Chase as Spock was funny, too.
Heh heh....

"Jane, you ignorant slut! Bagged-out, dried-up, slunken meat like you and Michelle Triola know the rules. If you want a contract, sign on the dotted line. Oh, but let's all shed a tear for poor Michelle Triola. There was only testimony that she had sexual intercourse over forty times with another man while living with actor Lee Marvin. But I suppose that sort of fashionable promiscuting means nothing to you, Jane, who hops from bed to bed with the frequency of a cheap ham radio. But hell hath no fury like a woman's scorn, and Michelle Triola, like a screeching, squealing, rapacious swamp sow is after actor Lee Marvin's last three million dollars. I guess what you and Michelle are saying is that when you're on your backs, the meter is running. Well, please spare us, gals, and tell us the rates at the top. Then we can choose which two bit tarts and bargain basement sluts to shack up with.

Then there was the voyage of Miles Cowperthwaite on The Raging Queen:

Miles Cowperthwaite: Oh. Captain Ned.

Captain Ned: [ grinning ] Hello, Miles. Uh.. I was worried that you might be.. "frightened" by the nasty weather.. [ unbuttons the top of his pajamas ]

Miles Cowperthwaite: But, Captain Ned, sir, it is perfectly calm tonight!

Captain Ned: Just so.. with the stormy weather we've been having lately, I was afraid this.. sudden calm might alarm you. Because I've seen grown men - manly men, in the full pride of their mahood, grow white with terror on serene, tranquil nights such as this...

Miles Cowperthwaite: Oh, that is very kind of you, sir.. [ chuckles nervously ]

[ Captain Ned blows out the candle besides Miles' bed, leaving the room in total darkness ]

Miles Cowperthwaite V/O: "So dangerously flaccid did that night become, thus Captain Ned remained in my cabin to reassure me until dawn, when we were aroused by a shout from Mr. Spunk.."
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Here's how old I am: I remember waaay back in 1975 or 1976 when my husband and I were at Panama City and were trying to find something on local TV to watch late at night and we came across Saturday Night Live. They were doing some skit with Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin where they were eating lunch and every time the waiter told them what was available to order they screamed... or something like that.

Back then I thought Dan Akroyd was a hoot. He was cute and skinny too. Everyone was heavily into coke of course. And of course Bill Murray was hilarious. Garrett Morris was pretty much a wash. Of course we didn't think in terms of anyone being jews back then. We were so young.

I used to howl at Second City with John Candy and Andrea Martin. Jesus that was all forty years ago. I was a blushing bride... now I'm a senior citizen. Lol
You don't look that old in your portrait though.
 
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I used to howl at Second City with John Candy and Andrea Martin. Jesus that was all forty years ago.
Yes, that was some hilarious shit. Bob & Doug MacKenzie, Stan & Yosh Schmenge, Ed Grimley, Guy Caballero, Count Floyd, the cheap Dracula knockoff who hosted the horror movies & couldn't think of anything scary to say....

John Candy is missed: Planes, Trains & Automobiles with Steve Martin was a gut-buster.
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The show used to be funny, then they got to a point where an actual show was tedious but a 'best-of compilation' could be funny. Now I watch a recommended skit on youtube from SNL, and it is utter crap. I don't even crack a smile most of the time. The only funny shit is when people parody SNL:

Lame, even if you weren't a WNist--



Hilarious for a WNist, for non-WNists at least it will provoke outrage, anything but the nothing of the real SNL video--

http://renegadetribune.com/jews-cele...es-of-control/
 
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Never watched SNL with any regularity but I did discover Norm McDonald on YouTube. I think his dry wit is hilarious. He was fired but returned to host.

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Sorry to disappoint you, but I never liked SNL. I saw bits of it back when it first started, and it seemed like everyone, including the audience, was stoned, so I guess there was the appeal.

I also think Belushi was way overrated. When he started making movies, they were never that great, and that goes for most of the SNL crowd. Chevy Chase always seemed to phone in his performances, but I don't doubt they have talent, but couldn't overcome blah material.
Same with John Candy. I did like him, but his movies all seemed to be one or two stars. Steve Martin...very unfunny, but there are some movies of his where he's actually good.

Also, I get tired of TV shows where all they do is parodies of TV and movies. I like to see reality mocked.

Now it seems to have gone political, which is worse. Maybe I'm just an old Laugh-In fan. it was always funny, quick, and lots of wit, but I was a teen then, so that might make a difference.
 
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I liked some of the skits on SNL in the 70s like the Czech brothers with
Steve Martin and Dan Aykroyd and the Coneheads. I thought Phil
Hartman, Dana Carvey and Mike Meyers were good in the 80s- 90s.
I couldn't name a current cast member now. The only time I hear about
SNL is when they air an anti-white skit.
I was a big SCTV fan in the early 80s. It is hard to believe that show
went off the air over 30 years ago. Where has the time gone? I feel old.
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Yeah, SCTV. I liked it then, but as I get older I like it even more.

I saw the birth of SNL with the original cast and loved it. I was in 7th grade then. After a while I moved away from it as the original cast split up. Hartman, Carvey, Meyers, Ferrell, Farley, and Forte kept my interest from time to time as the standouts but the show really lost appeal when my complete jew awakening kicked in.

SCTV on the other hand has always been consistently hilarious all this time, and gets funnier as time goes on even though there has been nothing new in 30 years. Joe Flaherty's Count Floyd gets me rollin' every time. Eugene Levy (yeah...) as news reporter Earl Camembert is great too. So many great actors/comedians, characters and sketches on that show...


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Eugene Levy (yeah...) as news reporter Earl Camembert is great too.
Credit where itz due, that jew is funny, even though he mostly just plays nebbishy yids: hardly a stretch.
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The '90s SNL cast was very good too: even Ferrell could knock one out of the park sometimes ("More cowbell!") - even though I hate his leftist guts.
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