Yeah, that’s right, I’m posting Lazy Sunday, you have a problem with that?

Yeah, that’s right Lazy Sunday. Bagging on SNL seems to be a national pasttime, people “think it’s going downhill” as a reflex. They don’t even have to see it to know it’s going downhill. Watch SNL Season 1 and tell me how downhill it’s gone. No season of SNL will ever be better than your generation’s SNL. The Aykroyd fans hated Eddie Murphy, Eddie Murphy Fans hated Dana Carvey, and everybody hated Jim Breuer.

Yeah, that’s right Lazy Sunday. Bagging on SNL seems to be a national pasttime, people “think it’s going downhill” as a reflex. They don’t even have to see it to know it’s going downhill. Watch SNL Season 1 and tell me how downhill it’s gone. No season of SNL will ever be better than your generation’s SNL. The Aykroyd fans hated Eddie Murphy, Eddie Murphy Fans hated Dana Carvey, and everybody hated Jim Breuer. I think the show is pretty damn good these days. Surprisingly good. I saw a show during last season that made me laugh from beginning to end, which I can’t remember happening since the 80’s. Hip Hop Kids is my favorite sketch since Big Businessman. So for a generation where being played = played out, here’s Lazy Sunday, you know why? Because it’s funny and it made SNL relevant to a new generation. Most people wish SNL the worst, but I don’t ever want to live in a time where SNL is irrelevant.

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