Posts Tagged ‘snl’

You’re Partisan Hacks

November 5th, 2009

Both of these first two videos are on the longer side, but both are powerful and hillarious.  Both involve Jon Stewart.  If you only have time for one of these, the 2nd video is much more poignant.

The first video is the Daily Show making fun of CNN because it fact-checked a Saturday Night Live sketch, but does a poorer job fact checking its own reporters.

This second video is when Jon Stewart went on the show Crossfire a few years back.  Do not give up on this video, watch the full thing.  Its awesome till the 10th minute.  It gets a little slow around the 10:00-12:00 minute mark, but he throws a zinger around 12:30.

And this is his follow-up to his crossfire experience.

Moooove

December 21st, 2008

There are other versions of this guy out there on the internet, but all of them that I could find were .wmv files…yuck.

Crazy Cool Medallions

November 17th, 2008

Justin Timberlake is extremely talented–and that could be an understatement.  The man can do almost no wrong.  He even got a free walk during “wardrobe malfunction.”  Not only had he had a succesful singing career–with 2 different groups–, but he is also an actor, great at sketch comedy, a great dancer, and is a 6 handicap golfer who wants to make the PGA tour.  And of course he is good looking.   Like they say about James Bond, “Every woman wants him and every man wants to be him.” He has done a variety of SNL bits and commercials, that I thought I would post them here for enjoyment.

 

The Barry Gibb Talk Show 1
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The Barry Gibb Talk Show 2

Superbowl Pepsi Commercial

Espys:  Intro

Espys:  Why I Love Sports

Espys: The Year in Sports

SNL:  Hosting a Full Show In 2 Minutes

SNL:  Single Ladies

 SNL:  Homelessville

D**k in a Box:  Uncensored Version

The Love Guru:  Promo

The Love Guru:  Sings Celine

My Love Video

My Love & LoveStoned @ Victoria Secret

What Goes Around

NSYNC:  Bye Bye Bye

This Week I'm Thinking About: John Embree